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Clue #2 - Direct Communication From Hanso Foundation!

Here is what we've been sent today:

We got a note - not sure if this is real or not - from Hugh McIntyre, Director of Communications from the Hanso Foundation saying the website was going back up (on May 2) and that there is a new advertising campaign. This makes sense - ABC's been saying that the first clue would/could happen during commercial breaks in the show May 3rd.

I've got a lot of people that are eager to explore the new website. Check our blog for updates.

We're looking for a press release that someone told us that Hanso will be releasing in conjunction with their website. We'll post as soon as we find it.

EDIT:
In case you're confused about the Lost Experience game. We're basically looking into the background of The Hanso Foundation. They are a group that funded the Dharma Initiative...the guys that made all the hatches on the island. This game (masterminded by the creators/writers/producers of Lost) will give us clues into some of the mysteries things going on in Lost. They game will probably last months.

Remeber this video...

6 Comments:

Blogger Lazygun said...

I've looked around and I haven't seen anyone analyse the name drops in the orientation video.
He clearly mentions 'visionaries' such as B.F Skinner.

B.F Skinner was a famous behavioural psychologist who, following Pavlov (Pavlov's dog, anyone?) helped form the theory of Operant Conditioning. Essentially, learning through reinforcement. Eg, a rat is in a cage with a lever. The rat accidently presses the lever and a reward appears. The rat subsequently learns to press the lever to get a reward and does so. Fundamentally, our behaviour can be controlled from the environment questioning the role of free will. Replace the word 'lever' for 'button', and perhaps there are similarities. I don't know how accurately or how much the writers have incorporated the idea of behaviourism. But, to me it sounded like a very intentional name drop.

5/09/2006 08:19:00 PM  
Blogger Lazygun said...

B.F Skinner was, in fact, a 'radical behaviourist' who believed that all of our behaviour is learnt, influenced and 'controlled' by our experiences and environment.

Maybe Alvar Hanso is too?

5/09/2006 08:23:00 PM  
Blogger TT said...

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5/24/2006 01:12:00 PM  
Blogger R2K said...

I wonder how he lost his arm...

6/11/2006 07:49:00 PM  
Blogger Izzyjman said...

top five 2 months later alright!!!

7/21/2006 05:43:00 PM  
Blogger Friday's_Child said...

To Lazygun:

That was excellent info about B.F. Skinner! I'd forgotten that he'd been mentioned.

Since I'm posting this near the end of July, I've been observing the Pavlovian effect as we all madly search for the codes to Rachel's video. Ha ha!

Yep, find the code, pull the lever, and collect our reward: a 3-5 second video blip, which leaves us salivating for MORE! Geez, we really ARE Pavlov's dogs!

7/25/2006 10:37:00 AM  

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