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Feb 01, 2011



But - we only correctly interpret the actions of the furniture because of the responses of the people, there. The thing that helps us interpret their behaviour is the (staged) response of the interactors. A bit like learning to interpret a dog's behaviour in a human context - how do you respond when it drops its front legs and pants? You don't, unless you've learnt that means playful.

How do we train people to react in the right way to these new chattelpets?

Also - http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsukumogami


exactly like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCXeSgY5VwE :)


I get a bloody sledge hammer then a flame thrower to furniture if it started doing that.

dave funkypancake

has anyone tried to correlate the chairs observed behaviour against the beardedness of the approaching human ?

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