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Letting humans crowdsource a message to aliens can't possibly go wrong (Tomorrow Daily 182)On today's show, Khail and Ashley cover a variety of future tech crowdfunding efforts, including an updated satellite time capsule for alien life forms, fabric made by 3D printing liquids onto metal molds, and a basic cell phone that can only make or...
On today's show. A 3D printer that prints out fabric from liquid. A phone that only makes phone calls. And learn how you can help send a message out to alien life. Yeah. It's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings citizens of the internet, welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk show in the known universe. I am Ashley Esqueda, joining me as always is Khail Anonymous. Why so blue? Let's hit to headlines! [MUSIC] Khail is just like, I've had enough. Can I really briefly just let everybody know that before we start, all three of today's stories are crowdfunding stories? So this is almost like a full episode of back it or hack it. But they were all such cool stories that we wanted to talk about them anyway. Okay, go ahead. I'll take the negative angle on that and say that none of this may happen. So true, if you're pessimist, take Khail's point. To start my story, we are a hopeful people. We believe that there is intelligent life somewhere and we would love to give them a message about who we are. And what we do. And we have done this before by setting out little probes and what not, with the Voyager that we sent back in, like, the 1970s. Yeah. I saw these over at NASA. They had copies of these gold records. 77. Yeah. And they had gold records and it has, like, music and some images. Okay. What a human looks like and very basic, basic, basic stuff. Yeah. Well, we also sent one out, I would say back in 2006 That was, of course, the New Horizons. It's like a little. Oh we sent out a probe. Another probe called the New Horizons. Okay. Got you. Well that was out in 2005 and things have kind of changed since then. So what I'd like to tell you about this story is this is a campaign, a crowdsourced funding campaign to update that message and let the people create a message to intelligent life. So that's what they're trying to do. We want to send a brand new message that we all come up with together. Many of us. Okay, so that if any intelligent life finds it, regardless of when that might be, It would be from now and not a bunch of years ago Yeah. and it's an updated thing. So currently the New Horizon probe is nearing Pluto. Okay, wow, that's really far out. Yeah, it's really far out there, but we wanna send some new information, but we wanna kickstart this. Because it's not a NASA project. I don't, so that's, and it's not cheap! Yeah. It's on Fiat Physica, which is a crowdfunding site for physics projects. Who knew? I did not know that existed. Basically they want $500,000 to build a website and develop new techniques to program a message designed to be recognized, decoded, and understood by beings in the far future. So, basically, to break this down They want to send, we can send about 150 megabytes of data. Ok, how much, what's that? Which is actually just as much information as one of the golden records Oh ok. So it's about 100 pictures and an hour of audio. So there you go. [INAUDIBLE] So we want to send that out there. Yeah, so it's not officially NASA approved, so that's why they need the money. But NASA has been like, yeah that sounds cool, guys, neato. That's encouraging. So hopefully we get the money and enough people show support, they'll be able to do that. Just sort of beam out that [UNKNOWN]. Cell phone bill is gonna be really thick. Yeah, Verizon's like woo hoo. So $500,000 is how much they want. They're currently at $13,000 so they're not that close but there's two months left in the campaign on, the web site again is Fiat Physica. Fiat Physica. I guess Physica. Yeah. I didn't know that there was a crowd funding website just for physics projects. Just for physics. I'm going to start trolling that site every day for new fun stuff to give money to. Oh, I thought you were going for the negative. No. I'm just going to start trolling. I'm just going to lurk every day and just look at all the cool physics projects that I want to fund. So, the project again is called, which I didn't actually mention. Oh, okay. Is One Earth Message. One Earth Message. One Earth Message is we all come together. Oh, I like that. And it's going to be from people all around the globe and there's a little trailer shows people speaking in different languages. Yeah. We get one hour of audio so I'm sure they'll send music and voices. That's pretty cool! Stuff like that. It's 150 megabytes, means no video. Memes. We're gonna send some memes. I hope we don't send memes. Let's just send troll face. Can we only send success kid? Because that's a success. Oh man, can we just Rick Roll a million? Or, let's get even more meaty. Darude Sandstorm. Perfect, we're in. I like it. Anyway. Yeah, so there you go. It's a really good idea. I like it. Instead of just something that NASA came up with, having us- It's not a committee, yeah. Create something together as a people. We're going to have to spend some money to do it. Yeah, a little bit. Because I'm sure that website where everyone is going to submit their ideas and stuff, like they're going to have to figure out. What's the majority you want to send? That's the thing we have to send. What's important to the people is going to take a little bit. If you're hand is hovering over your keyboard to type in and check this out yourself, again it's called "One Earth Message" and it's on Fiat Physica but that brings us to our [UNKNOWN] of the day! Oh yes our [UNKNOWN] of the day. That is What part of human life would you want to send out into space? Now we're assuming that there's no limitation. Right. So don't worry about, like, 150 megabytes. Right, don't worry. What would you want to send out from the human race. Out in space What you're sending out. And then somebody, imagine, [UNKNOWN] and they find it and they're like, [UNKNOWN] and then they look at it, and that's what they What's the thing you're sending to represent humanity. So what is it. What do you wanna send. What is the thing for you, and TD message is the hashtag that you can use. Gosh, what would I send? I feel like I would send Am I too inspired by the end of Mad Men? And, I would send out I'd Like to Buy a World a Coke ad? [LAUGH] No, I would send- You would send a commercial? [LAUGH] A Coke ad. No, I would send. Well, that's very indicative of a lot of the globe. No, I would- We'll be right back after these message. I feel like I would send, I know it's old, but I feel like I would send I feel like it would have been like E.T. And be like, look guys we're friendly to aliens. Like I'd send a movie where we're friendly to aliens. I'd send a movie where we were friendly to aliens. That's pretty good. I would not send Mars Attacks, I would not send War of the Worlds, like don't send those. That's cause you're telling them to come conquer us and murder us all Sometimes I think it's like we're cool with aliens guys. It's all good, that's what I would send. My answer is, I would, this is gonna sound weird, I wanna send Elon Musk and just send- I like it. Him at the, if he could just live forever, just some sort of- A hologram. A hologram [INAUDIBLE]. Yeah, just so they can see Someone that's hopeful, someone who has lots of idea, who understands what's going on, has dreams of the future, understand the fears, the desires, has hope and has ideas. Again, has ideas [CROSSTALK] Wonderful world of Disney. Well that was gonna be my second thing is if I can't send a human, I would just send all the tapes of Walt Disney Talking about how he experiences nature, what he thinks of space. Unfortunately that's dated. It's dated, but still, I think the core concept is there, so I think it works. Because even if it's dated, by the time they get to us we'll probably be dead. So it's like, we're gonna be dated anyway. Whatever we send out there is probably going to be dated, by the time- Yeah. Somebody else discovers it and shows up, if they're out there. So I think that's, I like that. Third answer, Grand Theft Auto Five. Also a great choice. Okay, so on that note I have to tell you a little bit about this next story. Which is very weird. It's not as exciting as Grand Theft Auto 5. Yeah, it's not much. But I mean, what is? Exactly, what is. This is called Electroloom and I thought this was very kind of crazy because it's not really like anything we've seen before. This creates fabric from scratch using a process called electrospinning, okay. So what we're seeing in this video is they're going to put this mold in. It's, like, a metal mold. You put it in the electro loom, and this is a alpha prototype. This is a very early prototype of this device, and what it does is it takes these liquids and they spray Spray it onto the mold and using this process called electrospinning and then they have an electrical field that cures them into this fabric like material. So this is electrospinning right here. So they're spraying out that liquid. In very small amounts. Almost like making cotton candy.>>Yeah>>That's what it reminded me of. And there's the guy wearing the shirt. That's the shirt they made.>>Huh>> And it looks like soft, pliable fabric. It doesn't look like some of the stuff like the guy who made the wine dress. It looked like gross fruit roll up.>>Right>>This looks like actual fabric once it's dry.>>What's the material again? So, this is a blend. I think it's a cotton polyester blend, but in a liquid form. And so, they're saying they're also gonna work on silk and acrylic fabric, to be able to make things that are like silk and like acrylic. Yeah. I like this idea. Here's the weird thing about this. It's on Kickstarter right now Now, and they aren't asking for a lot of money, they're only asking for $50,000. Which seems up front like a scam, like to me I was like oh $50,000, but then I saw what they were doing. Really what you're doing is you're being a beta tester, as in an alpha electroloom where you give them feedback to make the finished product much later. So- You get a shirt. Okay, so you can get a few things. So they have different levels of backing, if you do 100 bucks, you get a tank top or a skirt and you give them feedback on like the material and how it feels, and how it fits, and all this other stuff. For $100? 100 bucks. I think 30 bucks will give you a sample of the fabric, so you can at least see what the fabric is like. And then the machine itself, you saw it, which was huge. It's not a small desktop 3D printer. That thing is ginormous. Yeah. It's huge. It's $4500 and it's an alpha version of the electroloom. It's hardware you can print your own clothes at home. It comes in two molds And they have molds in different sizes, based on a kind of small, medium, large kind of thing. And I just find this super interesting. Apparently, they are just about there. They only need about $7.000 more. Their, like, last I checked, they were only about $43,000. So, they're getting there. And it's an alpha version of the hardware. They're kind of doing like, a beta testing or alpha testing thing with this. And I just really like this concept. Right. And it could help a lot of manufacturing in the future. If they could find a way to do this sort of quickly in a few years, like. I can't imagine what that would be like. I have so many questions about this I'm only going to ask a few that are just, like up in the air. [CROSSTALK] I think they're here in LA, can we go find them? I would love to, because I have question about like, exactly how durable is it, is it as durable as an actual T-shirt? Let's email them and let's see if we can go visit. Yes. Okay. Printed images are going to be the next thing that people want. Very true. People don't want plain tee shirts. I mean, [INAUDIBLE]. But could you argue that maybe they would find a way to put dye in some of those looms where they could make It didn't look like a perfect, it didn't look like they were focused on making this shirt. Right. Screen printing. Would you screen print on top of that or would it be that? Or could you? Could you? And so, the shaping, could you make- I'm sure you could make all different [INAUDIBLE] shapes. There are a lot of questions. Yeah. I have a lot of questions. None of them are skeptical. But it looks cool. They're just like, I want to know the possibilities. Yeah. $100 is a lot for a tank top. It is a lot for a tank top, but really again basically you're paying for beta tests, you're supporting us, you help us figure out how to do this. Which is cool. I like that they're up front about it. Yeah. People play broken video games on Steam Very true. And they pay like fifty dollars for it. That is so true. And that's dumb. It is really dumb, guys don't do that. Can I tell you about light phone lastly, like we will talk a little bit about light phone. So I know that like you like being outside, you like hiking. I love being outside I am an outside person yes. What this is Is, it is a phone, that is the size of a credit card, and it is about 5 millimeters thick. Woah. Slide it in your wallet. Woah. That's a phone. Okay. And all it does is make calls. That's it. That's not cool. And it has a clock. There's a clock on it as well. But this is the concept of it. So. Let's say that you are going to an event where maybe you can't take a phone, you can't take a camera phone. Let's say you want to go out camping and you kind of want to have a phone just in case of an emergency, obviously. But you also don't want to be distracted by having your phone and the temptation of wanting to play games on your phone and check your phone all the time, Facebook and everything when you don't really need to. Very noble, but yes. So this is sort of the concept behind the light phone. Now, it can hold a SIM card. There's a SIM card for service, so you don't need to have your phone with you. There are other things like this, but they require you to be near your actual phone. Like you can swap in. Right. It piggybacks off of your phone service. Also that's the goal is to get you to disconnect. Leave the phone at home. To disconnect just enough to enjoy your life. Yes. Disconnect everything except for phone calls. Like, if you've gotta make a phone call or you need to take an incoming phone call, you can actually set, in an app You can actually set your phone to forward to my phone. They want $200,000 people are really into this, they have over 157,000 right now, and it's ships next year, a year from now, May 2016 is their goal.>> I know too many people that text I can't do this. Everybody I know texts, nobody calls me. And even if it was an emergency, people would still rather text me. People would still rather text, yes. See, I think if I was going somewhere where I would be worried that my phone would die and I would need like a backup phone, like just for emergencies, phone calls, like things like that, I Feel like I might invest in it. It'd be a good vacation phone. Cause you could lose it, drop it, if you went on a hike, if you went on an African safari. Like, something like that would be really cool. So this has a lot of perks- I could, travel. I just don't think I need it yet. Like, it's just not a place, I don't need it in my everyday life, but I would like to have it if I traveled abroad. But it is cool. It would be a great thing to have. It's cool tech. Yeah, it's really neat. It's a cool burner for all you drug dealers out there. It is not. Because none of you deal or do drugs. [LAUGH] Stay clean, kids. All right. We are gonna take a quick break, but before we do that, we have play this, which is CNET and GameSpot editors telling you guys what games are playing, so check this out and we'll be back right after the break. [MUSIC] So I'm playing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and I continue to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and then I'm gonna play some more of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Pretty much in every waking free second I have I'm trying to play Snakebird because it is wildly entertaining Entertaining for just the simple gameplay that it is. One of my favorite games last year was Wolfenstein: Then New Order. And now it's got a stand alone DLC bit. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. You can download it for XBox One, PS4, or PC. So I'm playing Bravely Second. The game is about a fantasy world in which you are rescuing a damsel in distress and fighting monsters in an attempt to save the world. You're a snake, you're a bird, you're eating fruit, you're solving puzzles. And it is fun, and hard as hell. And it's more of the awesome, fast-paced, brash, gun shooting fun times of the new And I'm having a blast with it. It's only available in Japan right now. So, you have to import it, or buy it somewhere here and buy the accompanying Japanese 3DS because the 3DS is region locked. So, it's a little tough to get but I would say it's worth it, if you can read japanese, it's also not in english. That was a weird pick. And then maybe [INAUDIBLE] wild hunt And honestly don't even bother checking in with me next week, because I'll probably be playing The Witcher Three, Wild Hunt. [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show, welcome back. We return. Obviously Kale is ready to tell us what he's into and so am I because this is Into It. I keep hearing dinosaur roarings. Noises. What are you playing, I'm sure it has, obviously dinosaurs related. Okay, So, sorry, I'm gonna close that down. So this week, and I mean hopefully only this week, Forever. I'm into Jurassic Jurassic World, the game. Okay. Now this is one of those freemium games, right? All right. But the only reason I've been hooked on this one is, well besides dinosaurs, is because there's a lot to do before you even think about paying. First of all, you get to raise dinosaurs, Train them and then it's kind of like when you battle, it's kind of like Hearthstone. Oh. In which each turn you get an extra point to play. I see. So, it's not just like, attack, attack, it's about strategically, I'm gonna save a move this time. I'm gonna use defense this time, to attack, to defend And also, it's like Pokemon because, you see it on the screen here, a herbivore is not stronger than a carnivore. But a herbivore is stronger against the flying one, and the flying one's Oh. Better against aquatic. I see. So you can switch them in and out- Paper, rock, scissors kind of [INAUDIBLE]. So not only do you have to do this, but you also can breed the dinosaurs. You can also manage the park. Oh, okay. You manage where to put decorations for the park, which raises the stats. You feed them to level them up. There's so much to do- Chris Pratt is in there. and there's terrible storytelling. Oh, good. I love that. There's Pratt being like, Why y'all stuck up, pretty lady? I'll take care of those dinosaurs. Skip skip skip skip skip skip skip. You're like, no. But then there's like the, there's even the, so then there's the microtransactions. I haven't even gotten to those points. Every three hours you get to open a pack, for free. And flop, like flip through. Oh. They want you to buy more. They want you to buy more. I haven't had to. Okay. You can go through this game without doing it. But it's- Okay. So you can play it without buying. Yes. And you can play other people online. As I was telling Ashley this morning, I was like, I totally stomped some fool this morning. Because I woke up, and I was just like, got to do my management. Oh, yeah. And then I played tired, and I destroyed this guy. I took his stupid triceratops down. Anyway, so then, then there's a little bonus. If there's Jurassic Park toys. Okay. In the stores, you can buy those, and they come with an IRQ. Oh, little physical toys. Yeah. You can buy an actual toy. With QR codes. And yeah, and as a bonus you can scan and you can play as the dinosaur in the game. So-, That's really in-depth. There's a lot of work they put into this. [CROSSTALK] It's not just the park manager, or just a fighting thing. It's everything. Park management. You know, the little Farmville. All those games. Or the Simpsons. The Simpsons Tap Out. I thought it would be that. When you said you were playing Jurassic World the Game I'm like okay, so it's like park management. And that's the thing about it, I was never hooked by any of those, but this is all of them. Okay. So this is Clash of Clans and this is Simpsons Tap Out because you get to build things and then collect the coins. And then you have to micromanage, You've got to fight your dinosaurs. You gotta make it, and it's Pokemon, it's Digimon, it's everything. It's really cool, and it's dinosaurs. And it's free, which I like. Free is always good. And it's free. So, I hate premium games, but this one's been a lot of fun. That is delightful. That's my into it. Let me know if you try it, give it a few hours, cause it's like a lot of stuff to learn. So that's what I'm into. And if you ever want to cross Kale in battle. You will go down. You will be crushed. We'll kill you. Speaking of things that will kill us, I have gone back to my roots. Cigarettes! I'm into cigarettes this week. No, this is actually things that will kill you. I have been playing Ghosts and Goblins. I've gone back to my retro roots. I bought it so long ago on the Wii U, on Virtual Console, and I finally have just picked it up and started playing it the other day, and I got so mad. This game is so hard. And it is infuriating, when you were a kid, you know those really sharp edged NEW controllers were generous projectile weapons when you played this game because you just wanted to stab somebody. It's so hard sometimes and that's the other thing, you can't ever get fire. Like when you had fire, you might as well just kill yourself. Like you might as well just jump into a pit because fire is worthless in this game. I think one of the important things to know is if you haven't played a game like this, if you played a game like shovel knight it's kind of like that. It's like that, except 100 times harder. Yeah. It's way easier now like Platformers and these sort of side scrolling 2D adventure games are so much easier in a lot of ways than they were. There's no power-ups. These games were made to eat up your quarters. Oh, yeah. So they're painful and addicting. Yeah, yeah. The first, this guy's got fire. I found this [CROSSTALK] [CROSSTALK] He's brilliant because look at he doesn't stay and fight the first red devil, and which I always do and I- Are you supposed to not? I feel like a food because this guy is like nah I'll just keep going, it's fine. That red devil's got some sass though. Loot it he's got a little dance going on, look at that dance, and do the harem shake. Look at him go, look at him dance, go red devil, go. So I have been playing this, [LAUGH] It is so much fun, I forgot how much I enjoyed and hated it all at the same time. This is a terrible thing to say about a game, but yeah, I hate this game with everything in my being, but I also just love it. Because it's such a, it just reminds me of being a kid, it reminds me of being a kid. So that's what I've been doing. I've been playing ghosts and goblins. Out of all the games I could be playing right now, Witcher Three Grand Theft Auto Five, Witcher Three Grand Theft Auto Five, Mario Kart, the Updated Mario Kart DLC. No. I'm just gonna play some ghosts and Goblins and get really mad. Hey, look, it's actually kind of a quiet time between now and E3. It is a little bit. Time for some retro-ness. Witcher Three is like the only thing coming out in between now And you know. So. But for whatever reason, I don't know why. I opened up my Wii U and I was like, oh I haven't played Ghosts and Goblins. I just tapped on it, and I can't stop now. It's like now I want to beat the whole game, which I've never done. I've never beaten the whole game. Will you show us a screen shot if you beat it? If I do, which will probably when Kale and I are 130 years old And I need to upload my consciousness into a computer. So, if you're leaving comments on this video, somehow, anywhere, just be like, "Good luck, Ashley. You're gonna lose." No, I'm telling myself that anyway. I deserve that. That was a really good catch. That was cat-like reflexes. Okay! So that's what I am playing and that's what I am in to. We gotta talk about user feedback, it's really good this week so let's hit it. [MUSIC] I asked you guys yesterday about Spotify, are you switching? Have you not switched? Stop playing that Dino game! You're addicted! I said we didn't do drugs on the show and that game is like a drug. Your dinosaurs are my drug. That's your new Ke$ha song. Well she has a song called "Dinosaur". But we'll move on. Oh, perfect! We'll do that too. Asked you guys about Spotify, are you using it with the new video features, podcasting, all this stuff? I am very interested in this because the YouTube video had almost no dislikes so it looks like people are excited so I don't know. Matt wrote in and said I actually just switched from Spotify to Google Plus Music for subscription because of the digital locker aspect. New features are interesting though. So somebody just left. Somebody's just like nah, I'm not into it, I'm out. What are the locker? They have a digital locker. The whole thing with Google+ Music, they have a whole bunch of features that are not, I mean, I think there's some that are really similar to Spotify. But I don't use Google+ Music, so I'm not 100% sure. B_king29 said, on the fence. Currently on the three month trial, but so far it's okay. But not sure I need the video features though. That's what I'm saying is nobody needs it, but if they can slowly get you to use it more and more. Integrate it more. I'm telling you. And Jason wrote in and said, already a paid subscriber. Doubt the video service will come to Canada anytime soon. I do like the addition of podcasts. That's one thing we didn't really touch on. It totally makes sense. [CROSSTALK] Because I thought it just made sense. Oh really. Right, video was only here in the US, and I think maybe in those five countries, like Germany, the UK, those ones that you mentioned. I think video is only in those countries, and then the Spotify run is global. So that got launched globally but only the videos because of licensing was only in a select number of countries. Here's what they need. They need to do. You go ahead. No wait. You know what they need? They need to stream Some sort of concert on there, exclusively. So it's like EDC, only on Spotify. Yeah. That'd be awesome. Like I Heart Radio, the shows are on festival. So you could do the Spotify festival. And now you could- Spotfest. Spotfest. You could totally do Spotfest, and it would be like- Festify. Oh, Festify! Festify! Everybody testify. There's more, is there more? Okay. Sorry. John, no that was amazing, John wrote in and said, just subscribed today! Hard to ignore that trial offer, so many of my friends are on it, and the new features look very cool. So I mean a total scattershot of opinions on this. Literally, everybody's all over the shop. And then very lastly, which is another opinion about this, everybody has a different opinion. Tilly wrote in and said I'd like them to make their old features work better first, to be honest. I'm actually with Tilly because they still need to fix their social aspect. Yeah. There's not enough connectivity of being able to share your music. It just has that weird thing on the side, which is cool because I'll sometimes listen to my friend's music to see what they're listening to or laugh at them for it. But there needs to be like a personality kind of like a base. Like a social media-ish kind of thing. Yeah. Like an Instagram feed, almost, where you have like, you know, your friends or whatever. That'd be kind of cool. And that's what's gonna get people to stay, and that's gonna get people to, like, have, like, watch videos on there. they need to get people to stay on it. Stay, yeah. That's sort of like time. Keeping people's time in Spotify. Yeah. So I'm not saying by my opinion that it's the wave of the future but it's a high five to Spotify for giving their all. And I don't know if you heard. Some other news that was announced I think yesterday. With this Spotify is now partnering with Starbucks and they're going to let you help play music inside the Starbucks that you're inside of. Which is cool. Yeah, which is cool. You can vote down songs and potentially suggest songs. It's not like they're gonna play Animals- Turn Down for What from Martin Garrix or whatever or Turn Down for What. Both with a drop. You won't be hearing that inside a Starbucks probably. But Couple that with also the Uber thing, where you can play your own music and [INAUDIBLE] Bonafide's really extending their tendrils out as far as they can in other businesses. I like it. I like that they're trying so many things. It is cool. It is really cool. Can I just say on a tangent. I would love to hear a new Richard Cheese album, where he sings, Turn down for what. So sad that he's retired Oh right, he's retired. That's such a bummer. Logan, would you go to Festify? Are you gonna go? Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. It's a great idea! Festify, guys. Funify, you can have that for free. That's yours. And then, even if they have Festify, And they don't stream it from the video service, but they have the sets or whatever Yeah. On Spotify. Yeah, and they could even do something where you have a space like Austin, has the Austin city limits where they have different artists come in throughout the year, and they just play in that space. Yeah. And then, you could have that type of Space too where it's like, you have Festify, where you have this huge festival and this big thing. And then throughout the year whatever artist you couldn't get to come to the Festify because of the scheduling or whatever. You'd have them come and do their own like little, like miniature sets Yeah, and you can have the video up. It's so good That's what I'm saying is this is a. Huge positioning. Yeah. If they can pull it off. I think they can. They have a lot they can do, but they have to do it all. It's got to all come together. They got to tie up with a little bow. But for right now, it's kind of all, like, pieces of things. Real quick, Logan, you tried it out, right? Yeah. What'd you think? Eh. Eh. Needs a lot of work. Needs work. It does. It was a huge, I didn't do the running thing but I may do it tonight. Okay. You have to let me know what running with the iPhone 6 Plus is like, cuz I know what it's like for me. I don't like it. Yeah. Your leg is going to be heavy. This leg's going to be strong. Super strong, right. Going to kick things. Okay. Last thing. Let's talk about phonetographer for the day. Kills giant Popeye [INAUDIBLE] Naruto wrote into us. Naruto. Naru, that's short for Naruto, obviously. He says, hey Ashley and [UNKNOWN] the team at [UNKNOWN] CNet. I'm from New Zealand And have some cool underwater shots that's taken underwater with using a Sony Xperia Z1 smartphone. It was part of my photography portfolio from college. I really enjoy watching your show and I hope you guys like them. For more photos you can check out my Facebook and [UNKNOWN]. Now how cool is it that he used a phone picture for his Photography portfolio. That is a selfie if I have ever seen one. That is a Facebook photo and I'm just saying. He used- It's awesome. That's how advanced our phones have become. That you can use them in photography [INAUDIBLE] Yeah. It's actually part of this class. So you know, kudos on that, and And what a great picture. Crazy depth of field too. I know it's so good. I really like this picture. I saw it and I actually let out a little audible oh look at how cool it is. Also you have very nice eyes. Yes, you have very pretty eyes. But But it's very cool. The water really brings out the blue in that. I like the, like, how he has kind of dark background. Other than being that kind of deep blue. Yeah! Now. Just so cool. It makes me feel like he's in a scary ocean. Yeah. Like the Loch Ness monster. Look out behind you! Be really careful! So Naru thank you for sending that in. If you want to send in your phonetography you can. You can email us that or you can send in story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you tell us your phone that you took it with and a little story with it, because we like stories. And you can also find us all over social media. We're on pretty much We're on a lot of major social media networks for Tomorrow Daily. Yeah, don't be lazy, look. My favorite social platform is blank and then search Tomorrow Daily. If it's not there get a better social network, be on the ones that we're on. We're not on Spotify though. Don't forget that we have a podcast too. We do. On iTunes. Hi, iTunes. Bye iTunes. Sorry Spotify. I'm smiling and Khail's waving. You can't see that. [LAUGH] Sorry. Anyway, don't forget to also follow us at our personal Twitters. I'm at khailanonymous. And I am at ashleyesqueda. And that is it for the show this week. We actually will not be here on Monday because of Memorial Day, because of Memorial Day holiday. We'll be having this little three day weekend. A little staycation action, maybe you're getting out for the weekend. We dont know. I'll be in Palm Springs That sounds amazing. So we hope you have a great weekend. We'll be back on Tuesday and Google IO's next week, so it'll be a really big week. And we will see you next time guys. Be good humans. [MUSIC]