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Brian L. Keeley
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Very sad to hear this. Several decades ago, when I was an undergrad in philosophy at the Univ. of South Alabama (where?), I had written a summer research paper for which I had interviewed (via phone) Bert about and had eventually mailed him a copy. A few months later, I was passing through Berkeley on a family trip and on a whim, I showed up completely_unannounced at his philosophy department office door. He not only recalled who I was, but he dropped everything he was doing, took me on a tour of the department, and gave me some pre-prints of some papers he was currently working on. He was a real mensch and his inviting spirit strongly encouraged me to apply to philosophy grad school. He left me thinking that if this is how famous, big name philosophers act, maybe this is something I should do, too. R.I.P. Bert.


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A couple pix from my recent trip to Southern Africa (South Africa, Botswana & Zimbabwe), visiting Pitzer's Study Abroad program there.

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A dramatization of Dan Dennett's classic "Where am I?" The resolution is pretty poor and the production drags at points in the narrative, but it's an interesting time capsule. Anybody know where this comes from? I don't see an entry for it on IMDB.

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Somebody has made a documentary about slime mold. How cool is that? 

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A short 4-day piece of the John Muir Trail, from Agnew Meadows (near Mammoth) over Donahue Pass to Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite. The day after we went through, they shut Tuolumne Meadows campground down to spray for the Plague... life in the Sierras, I guess.
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JMT 2015
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For fans of Being John Malkovich and iconic photography.

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My second gamecam supercut. It's a bit boring this time around; mainly featuring squirrels, foxes, etc., but that looks like a bobcat at the end.

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A recent book review by me on the meeting of American Philosophy/Pragmatism and the Neurosciences.

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Just a few collected shots of iPhoneography from the past year or so. Not much to see here. Move along.
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Randomosity
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A hyperlapse of my morning commute. Mountain roads, ftw!
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