Philosophy from the Yukon: "Human Feedback Systems" (at an abandoned roadhouse)





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Published on Oct 2, 2011

Glenn Campbell talks about the difference between natural and artificial feedback systems. Recorded with iPhone at a Bear Flats, an abandoned roadhouse along the Alaska Highway in the Yukon Territory. Nov. 20, 2010. At the end of the video is a brief tour of the roadhouse itself.

This is an image-stabilized version of the original video at http://youtu.be/tsqHYKqt6ew - Stabilized with the YouTube editor.

Also see:
-- Photos from Bear Flats: http://Glenn-Campbell.com/album?bearf...
-- Glenn's Philosophy Works: http://Glenn-Campbell.com/philosophy
-- All Photos/Videos from Canada: http://Glenn-Campbell.com/photo#canada
-- Glenn Campbell's video index: http://Glenn-Campbell.com/video

Correction to last part of video: I wasn't here in 1994. The roadhouse was last used in Sept. 1995 (according to calendars on the wall). My previous visit was in July 2009. I may have visited here in 1981 when I took a bus to Alaska or 1992 when I drove by. (It feels familiar but I can't be sure.)


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