Tomorrow Daily 103: Man's bionic arms make history, NASA proposes cloud cities on Venus and moreOn today's show, we tell you how one man is making history with dual bionic arms, why a team at NASA thinks we should look into sending astronauts to Venus instead of Mars, and when you might be able to purchase animated statues of your favorite characters.
On today's show, a double amputee makes history with two new bionic arms. NASA proposes cloud cities and air ships on Venus. Ooh, I've- NASA proposes, oh, I'm sorry, just keep going. [CROSSTALK]. Okay, and a Japanese company is working on animating all those cool statues that you see at like, comic book shops. Oh, I love this episode already. Yes, it's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings citizens of the internet, welcome to Tomorrow Daily the best geek talk show in the known universe. I'm your host Ashley Esqueda, joining me as always. My right hand man, literally, Khail Anonymous. Yeah, that's good. this, this actually I think you're right in I think this might be one of my favorite episodes all year. Because of it, because of the story. There's some pretty good stories in here. I can't wait. Yeah, we have stories that will, will left your, will warm your heart, heart warming. We have stories that are like. So crazy and awesome that they can't possibly be real but they are and then we have stuff that's just like whoa, I really hope that shows up in my house sometime soon. Right, and we'll get to them in about 46 minutes. No, in about four seconds. Here's the headlines. [MUSIC] Okay, Khail. Well, thanks for taking that away from me.>> Yeah, I don't want to make anybody wait that long. That's really burying the lead here, 46 minutes. [LAUGH] Yeah, all right, what do you got? Two shows from now. okay. So this is gonna be the story of a man named Les Baugh. I'm gonna call him Baugh. It's B-A-U-G-H, so I think it's Baugh? Bach? Buh, bah, Baugh. Okay. Baugh? I'm gonna say Baugh. Les lost both of his arms in a freak electrical accident 40 years ago, okay? So there he is. And he is now officially the very first amputee in the world to wear and control. Two bionic arms at the same time using just his thoughts. Using his thoughts? Yes. This is, this is literally one, probably one of my favorite stories of the year. 100% it came in at the last minute in December, definitely one of my favorites. So his arms, his bionic arms are from John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, and he had to actually have surgery. That literally reassigned his nerves so he could use these arms. Oh wow, so this has been a while in the making? Oh yeah, this is like, it took, he had to go through a lot of different processes, but there he is using two bionic arms at the same time, using his thoughts. So after he got that surgery done to reassign his nerves to these arms, like to use these arms. He had to then train to use the arms through a bunch of different tutorials, including one that was actually a virtual reality version of his arms, of these, having these arms. And so then there was a custom molded socket, that fits onto his upper torso, which is what you're seeing in between the two. That, it's sort of like. A chest piece that allows him to kind of wear almost like a jacket but they put it on his torso so that it sat the arms in place and those are his arms. Like and, this is the amazing. What can do, can he pick stuff up, like, I mean, has he done This is okay, this, the, that is the most appropriate question you could possibly ask. This is the crazy thing: within ten days. He was able to move objects from one place to another. So, this, right here, is a process that I think they said took, took over eight different functions that is normally taking one cup, and putting it on a different shelf, a higher up shelf, is a com, is a very difficult task for people with prosthetics. And the fact that he was able to learn to do that in just. Ten days is remarkable. Wow. And they were really excited about how quickly and easily he's been able to sort of pick up the use of these arms and Les himself was quoted as saying maybe for once I'll be able to put change in the pop machine and get pop out of it. [LAUGH] What a charming man. It's just like the simple things. Yeah, like that's a really exciting thing for him. He was thirsty the whole time. No but yeah It was incredible Super amazing So what kind of, I mean, maybe we don't have that information but what kind of strength is in the arms? I mean like, what are they capable of, like the dexterity, like how does it They're very, they're extremely capable. I don't have like. Super specific detail. there's, if you go over to our show links, there's, it's a huge article. It has lots of details. You can check it out. Watching the video, just in and of itself, is extremely inspirational. But they're extremely dexterous. He's able, obviously you saw him grabbing a ball and dropping it into a bowl. And that's all done, without the use of any remote controls. It's just him thinking about it. That's crazy. It's pretty great. Just him thinking about it. Yeah, it's amazing. It, it's literally amazing. And I, I saw the picture today and it was like, seeing a guy with two bionic arms [COUGH] in use what, blew my mind. Because it was just like, I'm looking at like,. The future, This is the future. It's such a, it's such a tremendous feeling, so I can't even imagine what all the researchers and scientists and, and [UNKNOWN] himself feels like. Having such a, such an accomplishment happen. And now he, they're saying the next step would be for him to take these arms home and, you know, do his day to day activities with them. We'll see? Way to go science and technology. Yeah, pretty good, high five science! Indeed. [COUGH] And this next one, this next story- Speaking of science- Yeah, is it's- More high fives. It's what sounds like a wacky like idea from somebody that's not in NASA, and it's actually coming from NASA. And that is that. And then it makes sense. NASA thinks we should live in, in the clouds. More specifically, the clouds of Venus. Get me my Land of [UNKNOWN] cape. I'm ready for cloud city. Yeah,feel that it's getting better all the time. So, basically, you know, the plan was initially, oh, well, we're gonna live, we're gonna live on Mars. Well. Yeah, let's all go to Mars. Well, let, let's keep in mind that Mars has 40 times the radiation. Of Earth. Right. Well, Venus, Venus itself isn't any better. There, it's got 92 different atmospheres and, and pressures and temperatures. And it's around 500 degrees Celsius. So not exactly the best place in the world to live. That seems really hot on the surface. I think that's, that is the level of heat that can melt lead. Yeah, so, not a, not a fun place to live. Nope, no good. However, a couple of guys working at NASA's Systems Analysis and Concepts Directorate at Langley Research Center. That's a mouthful. Yes. Have, have pointed out that if we lived just above the clouds of Venus, it's it has just the same amount of radiation as it does if you lived in Canada. Oh. It's, like, pretty similar, kind of. Not, obviously, it's not the same, but it's a little bit less dangerous [CROSSTALK] There's only one atmosphere of pressure and a slightly lower gravity than Earth. How high up is this? So- From the surface of Venus. 500 kilometers. 500? Or 50? 50, sorry. 50, it's 50. Okay, 50. 50 kilometers, off the ground. That's not bad. It's not bad at all. So all these things are making it sound less and less crazy. Yeah. So yeah. There, here, here's the phases. So this is, this is, it's hypothetically if it happened- This is actually plan. Here we go. They have solar-powered airships. Okay? So we'd have airships, check them out. First phase robot explores the upper atmosphere, exploration. Sending a robot in like Curiosity to check it out. Check it out. Number two, crude mission orbits for a month. Okay. So we send somebody, two people out for a month. Scoping it out, spying. Check things out. Number three, crude mission goes to the atmosphere for a month. Check it out like really getting into the soup. Number four. Crew mission stays in the atmosphere for a year. Look at this, look at this airship inflating in the sky. Yeah. This is like how they would do. I think they said, instead of EDL standing for landing. This would be EDI, which I is inflation. You can see the solar panels on it, too. That's amazing. All solar powered. That's cool. Kay. And number five, permanent human presence. Could you imagine living in an air, in a blimp on Venus? That [CROSSTALK] would be crazy! Yeah, that would be awesome. I'm a Venusian, I live on Venus. Is it like I would say, I would like to say that these scientists have their heads in the clouds. Get out. [LAUGH] I, I just, get out. That felt so good. I bet it does. You've been waiting all day to say that, I'm sure. [LAUGH] I just came up with it now. I'm almost offended, but I'm also impressed. But anyways, yeah that's the, it's from NASA, like it's not. That is, intense. It's not from my Uncle Louie that lives in a cabin up in the woods [CROSSTALK] and drinks only turpentine. No, it's like actual Napa. Yeah, no, this is, this is, this is really cool. Wow. So so I mean I'm sure like nobody's really thought about it. Let me ask you, would you. I don't know if there, is that the T of the day? No. No, no. Would you rather, I know your answer, would you rather live on Mars, or would you rather live in the clouds on Venus? Oh my God, clouds on Venus, 100%, a living in the clouds, here is the thing, I believe I read that, if at some point, if astronauts were to settle on Mars, they would have to be underground because of the radiation on the surface. That's terrible! Radiation exposure. So and as far as I read and then the other thing is that I read and I think that was part of the story was that the trip to Venus is actually much shorter than the trip too because of the orbit shape. Oh. They were saying something along the lines of like a trip to Mars would be like, it was 500 plus days. Like this would be a pretty lengthy committment. But they were saying that if you did a 30 day trip, I think it was like 110 days to get there and then another. And then depending on, are 30 days to get there and 110 to get back or something. It's a very much, much shorter amount of time to get there and back based on the orbiting schedule of Venus. And then they also said that they measure days, you can't really measure a day on Venus. Because a year on Venus is actually shorter, or is actually shorter than a day. Cuz Venus rotates so slowly. Did you say? Wait, what? Say that again. So a day on Venus is longer than a year on Venus. Like, isn't that weird? Yes. Super weird. So anyway, [CROSSTALK] fun facts from Venus. And I'd like to, I'd also like to point out that the. The Jetsons lived in the clouds, and they lived just fine. And they seemed like they were doing okay. They had their robot butlers, I'm sure they had they [UNKNOWN] That, look, there's my house. I'm buying that one on the left. That's, that's me. There you go. There's your cloud city right there. I bet it's cheaper than, I don't know, like L.A. That's what I'm saying, it's probably cheaper than living in Los Angeles. Downside, if you're afraid of heights, maybe not a fun time. You're gonna have a bad time. Maybe don't dive out. All right. okay, so we got a. So that's the second cool story. What's the third cool story? It just keeps getting better. One of the things that I've kind of always wished for is, you know, you go to the concept shop and you see like these amazing maquettes, where they're like these statues of your favorite characters. And I have a bunch of them at the house, like. Nerd. I am sick [UNKNOWN]. Yeah, I do too. [LAUGH] We're all nerds here, guys. Yeah, we are. We're all nerds. But I always wanted, like I always wished like, man, I wish they could like move. Like, I wished you could have them move like, not come to life like Toy Story cuz I'm not [LAUGH] two years old, I'm not three years old. But like, just in my heart I'm three years old. But yeah, like I always thought it would be cool to either move them or pose them. Well this company Species, Species, I'm assuming it's Species. They are in Japan. And it was founded by a guy who worked on the robot dog. Ibo, you remember the robot dog? Yeah, yes. Little robot dog. Maybe? If you saw it you'd probably remember it. So they're hoping to kind of do exactly that, so we have this amazing video, so here they are. This is what's called a motion figure system, so imagine over the top of this, the skin of your favorite character. Oh. Okay, so. They are 25 centimeters tall. Whoa. They have 20 joints in them. [LAUGH] Look at. They are connected by wires. [LAUGH] Go back, go back, he's huge. Yeah, connected by wires. And then the wires feed in to the box underneath that has motors, blue tooth, WiFi, speakers and sensors. So here's the thing, Species is hoping that the software that they would include would prompt people. To do things like develop their favorite characters and give them poses to make. Like so Zelda, like let's just say you have a Zelda [INAUDIBLE] different poses for Zelda. Or greet you when you walk past it. Like you can sit down or even like read your emails back to you. Like if you sat at your desk, it would say like here's all your emails, blah blah blah. So, they wanna bring this system to market, but it's not gonna be cheap. They're saying it's gonna cost between five hundred and a thousand bucks, per figure. Marvel, pay attention. But, but seriously, anybody who's a real high-end collector, I'm sure. Would love to have their favorite character that you could program like multiple poses in to, and have it animated. Everybody, if Marvel took this up, Shut up and take our money. Everyone would do, everyone would get one of those. I know. Imagine, if like Spiderman, like, you, you come home after a long day. It would be so good. You throw your keys down. Hey, Spiderman. Hey Kale, what are we doing tonight? Same thing, we're just going to watch TV. Awesome! Cool. [LAUGH] I'm your friendly neighborhood Spiderman, and then he poses. Yeah but those things that you're, you're right. You know like, Spiderman has all these different poses and he can move the poses. Look at the feet and so, I mean it looks so, it's perfectly, it's enough articulation to make it look cool. But not so much that it gets really bogged down in like, in like super technical like oh, it's got you know, 150 points of articulation but no, it's 20, which is enough for a figure. I just think it's hot. Why, why would you say it's so expensive? Because I mean we already have like toys that do kind of move a little bit. True, well, we have action figures that have just plastic points of articulation. Right. This would have a wire system where you'd be able to build characters on top of and then. On top of that you've got underneath it all these sensors, Bluetooth, wi-fi. There it is, yeah. It's all that as well. So, it's the the box underneath the actual doll, or the figure, is filled with technology. So, they're hoping that they would be able to develop a software that would allow people to, like, create their own, ya know character, like not create their own characters but create their own ,. You know, like script or, like hey Carol, Carol Spider Man, he would say I wanted to say hey Carol, blah blah blah, and it's a speech or whatever. I give it two years, I say two years and then. I am into it, like I got really excited when I saw it, which is that is actually our hashtag of the day That's our hashtag of the day. #TD Figure Don't do that. And we want to know what character would you want animated statue of and what tasks or poses would it do? I feel like I'd want Sailor Moon. Just, the hair moving around. Just like really amazing. Oh, that's pretty good. I'd want Bill Paxton, I want a [LAUGH] I want a, I just want Bill Paxton like come in after a long day. Khail, how was your day? Oh it was crappy. Mine was fine. I'm Bill Paxton. I'm like, Bill. Yeah You're a great. I don't know. No, but, I mean, I'd like, like, just a mess. [LAUGH] So weird. Something not particularly extraordinary. That's so bizarre. It would be fun. I know you've talked about, like, being in in Twister and. It just, the only time. Like all the movies he's been in he like, you know one time when i was on the set of Twister. Yeah. Me and Helen Hunt had lunch together and we had cheese sandwiches. Bill, I had a terrible day. Well, when life gives you lemon twisters. Get in a tornado. Put it in a twister. Follow a tornado. No, I, I like the idea of it being almost a companion. [CROSSTALK] Yeah. That seems like where our minds are going. I like that a lot. Your articulation is fun for, like, kids, but with the Bluetooth? That's amazing. I just want it to screech in every time I walk in. But with the Bluetooth and the WiFi, like, imagine if you could get your messages through it. Like, if somebody texts you or something like that, and then they can get the voice [UNKNOWN] Spider-Man reads you, why do I keep calling him Spider-Man? [CROSSTALK] Cuz he's so friendly. Yeah, or Bill Paxton read it. All right, well we're gonna take- I'm breaking up with you. Now I got a text from my girlfriend. [LAUGH] On that Bill Paxton note, on that sad, sad Bill Paxton note, we're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back with Into It, and your user feedback, and our Phonetographer of the day. Don't click away, it's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show. I know it it only felt like 30 seconds but really it was a lifetime. Yeah. It was like Interstellar where- No, don, don't spoil it some people haven't seen it. Well no just. You know, Yeah. We got closer to the singularity. You could have said inception, where it's the lower level of inception. Yeah, we're seven years ahead now. Oh, wait Christopher Nolan has oh, they're all kind of alright, gotcha. I think they all happened in the same universe. Oh, did they? Yeah, I'm just going to guess. A very scary, scary universe. Weird, bizarre universe. Okay, so. It's Thursday, which means- It means we're done. No, not yet. We gotta tell everybody what we're into. It's Into It. I, I want to go first just because I don't want anybody to even pay attention to what you're gonna say. Because. They never do. Once I say this, they're just, everyone's gonna shut this show off immediately and just run off to the, to the, to the website of Steam. Because the Steam holiday sale started today, and that's what I'm into. I know, buy, even Kiel is off, I mean. But here's the thing, really awesome people like yours truly, have already gone online to the Steam sale and bought games. I think last year I bought 12 or, 12 to 15 games, like, a ridiculous amount of games for less than $100. Dollars. There's always really good deals. Like, do you see anything right now? [COUGH] Are you, are you [CROSSTALK] anything? Yeah, yeah, Meadow Gear ground zeros is on sale. Yeah. I'm a big Meadow Gear fan. Rocks, no, not, we stayed at a cave. I No wait, here we go, Sid Meyers. Civilization: Beyond Earth. Okay, I would use, I would use the Steam Holiday Sale to buy, like, indie games. Like, I love buying a pile of indie games that I've been thinking about or that I've read about over the, you know, course of the year. I just like buying a whole bunch of indie games and I just spend all year kind of catching up and playing them. So it, I mean, the Steam Holiday Sale what's it all about guys. That's what I'm saying Yeah. And fun fact, 31% of the games that we buy on Steam we don't play. No, that's actually, that's a 100% accurate in terms of my account, like there's still stuff I've never ever opened. Yep. That's an actual statistic by the way. Yeah. That's an actual, it was like a Steam- So go give Steam your money, and then, and then don't use 37% of it. They're so poor. Yeah, no, I'm gonna buy so many games. Yeah, Steam is really hurting. You guys. You got help prop them up. [CROSSTALK] Euro Truck, alright. But it changes every day, the sales change every day, they're even having a thing now where it's like user voted three games are user voted to go into the Steam holiday sale, so, so like starting tomorrow is the first. Oh. They're going to have these like sort of. People's choice sale, which is kinda nice. Okay, what are you into? I'm into a little thing called the Black Mirror. Oh, I've heard of that. The Black Mirror is this show, this show in the UK, it, it's basically the Twilight Zone, but addressing like, issues now a days. Twilight Zone was all about like about social issues, like challenging, you know, like social concepts and- Mm-hm, mm-hm. And like how would you deal with a situation type thing. This takes that to the next level. Of course, it's gonna have to sensationalize it even more to match what's on TV, and it also addresses sensationalism, too. 'Kay. So, let, let me, let me put it to you this way. The name of the show is called Black Mirror. Got ya. That, that means it, the meaning of black mirror is. Your devices. Right. Your cell phones, your computer screens, your television Oh. They're all black when they're turned off but when they're on, they're a reflection of who we are today. Gotcha. So this is a twisting of that. Taking all of those things and showing what can and might go wrong with all of these. Oh, all the creepy and weird things that could possibly go wrong. Yep. So for instance, one of my favorite ones is called The History of You. In which your memories are saved to, like a small hard drive that you wear, and you can rewatch them, and you can show them to other people. So, people become obsessed with their memories. Ugh. And it becomes like, it's. It's great, you've got to watch it, you can, just watch the history of you, and you know. Maybe I'll watch it this weekend. Also a holiday episode just came out yesterday, it starts John Hamm, and they just premiered the trailer for season 3 yesterday, it's coming out in May, so thank you UK for doing something that. We should have done a long time ago, which is create a new Twilight Zone. I just hope they don't like do that appropriation thing, like where they pick up a UK series and bring it to the US. Like, you know how they did Broad Church? It's the exact same show. Oh, please don't do that. Grace Point and Broad Church infuriate me because Broad Church is literally, it's a great show. They did it to the Inbetweeners. [CROSSTALK] Starring David Tenant. Wait. Starring David Tenant, and then they were like, let's bring it to the United States. And rename it, and have it start [INAUDIBLE] ton. It's like why, why. Oh that was weird. It still stars the same guy. It's so bizarre. I don't [CROSSTALK] It only worked once, and it was the Office, and that doesn't even technically count, cause it was a different show. Yeah I don't know guys. Just watch Black Mirror. The Black Mirror, okay good. Love the people from the UK, cause they're making good stuff. All right, I like it. This, this is, I'm a huge Twilight Zone fan, huge Twilight Zone fan, this is. Modern day Twilight. It is modern day Twilight Zone, it's not like you're just saying, well it's kinda like the Twilight Zone, you're like no. Twilight Zone [UNKNOWN] Exactly, and somebody asks me would Rob like this show, and I said absolutely. Cool. He would, he would love this show so- If Rod Sterling, if you think Rod Sterling- Yes. Would give it an okay, then i'll watch it. We've had that, we have a Rod Sterling graphic that comes up whenever I say that. No we don't. Let's talk about user feedback. [MUSIC] All right so yesterday we asked you guys to tell us whether or not you thought Netflix should have an offline mode. Using the hashtag #TVNetflix. Oh it's fighting time. It is. Our very first, our very first tweet came from al, Abdulrhman, I think is the right pronunciation. I hope I got that right. He says, Let me have the service first and then I'll complain about everything. Oh, no! [LAUGH] I'm in Saudi Arabia. Australia's getting it, like, next month, I think. Well played. Well played. We, we often do not consider the fact that. Things like Netflix are not available in other locations, sorry. Sorry Ricky wrote this and said I have 2 gigabytes of data on Verizon so offline Netflix would be great. Yeah, that's nice, that is a good point That's a good point, yeah Glenn wrote to us similarly and said offline Netflix wouldn't be necessary. If LTE plans were unlimited. High speed Internet is saturated in my life. Yeah, yeah. Agree. But a lot of people are watching these on the go. Like, I don't really watch Netflix on the go. I don't, I don't either. Unless I'm waiting in a line for something. Like, or, I don't know. Even then, I like to observe the outside world a little bit. But, Yeah. Because I'm in front of my computer all the time. That's true. Anthony wrote I think Netflix should let users watch offline original content that is only on Netflix. There you go, see that's' the, there's the correct answer. That's good. Because then more people are going to watch the Netflix originals. Yeah, that's really good, I like that. Business savvy answer, I love that. Someone on Netflix needs to give Anthony a job. Yeah. That's what we're saying. For life. Congratulations Anthony, you've just been hired at Netflix. Yes! . [APPLAUSE] According to us. I don't and of course that brings us to our very final piece of user feedback. Our phonetographer of the day. [MUSIC] Our phonetographers today, they might frighten you a little bit. It's it's from Adel A. and he says. No. Hey, Ashley. No. Kiel, don't touch your microphone, don't leave. No. I took this picture using my iPhone5 back in September when me and a friend of mine were talking about how small cameras, how small cameras have evolved in the past years. I saw this little spider on a sidewalk. And gave the phone a chance to demonstrate my point. Although I've never been good at taking photos, my iPhone did not disappoint me, and took this great shot. I hope you like it, love the show, keep up the good work. And Ashley, I hope you get better soon, missed you last week. Adel from Dublin, Ireland. Get, get, get up. No. Get up. No, I'm not gonna look. Is it up? Is it up? Look at the nice picture of the spider. No, it's not up anymore. You know, when it's up. It's not. The, look, there, you're, you're, you're literally you're face. Okay. Aah! [LAUGH] You screamed right into the mic, and you just made people drive off the road right now. Please don't drive off the road. Please don't. Please take the spider off the screen. Oh, God. Also I forgot to tell you. It's really ugly looking, too. It's like a- No! It, it's a, it's a spider and it's an ugly spider. Spiders are so good. [CROSSTALK] Why are you afraid of spiders? Because they have a lot of. A lot more powers than I do. No, they don't. They can, they can, they can make a web. They can jump way higher than I can. You could, you could smash them. They can hide under stuff. Like. They're like literally a 100 times smaller than you. They can run faster than me a lot of the time. Well that's cause we're out of shape. There's a lot more of them, than us, too. That's true. If the spiders ever decided to rise up against humanity. And didn't you ever see that movie from the 1960's with the giant spiders that were crushing the building. Or arachnophobia. That's based on a true story. [LAUGH] Just like the Blair Witch Project, based on a true story. Oh no, don't start coughing. Okay, well thank, thank you for that photo. You're my favorite user now. No, you're absolutely [UNKNOWN] new favorite, officially, because I am decreeing it so. You're my new favorite. That's rare. No, that was a really nice picture. I thought it was great. I like spiders, so, spiders are helpful. Don't kill spiders, guys. Unless they're those really big ones that live behind clocks, like the one I got you for Christmas. And on that note, if you wanna send in your phonetography, you can email it to TOMORROW@CNET. COM. You can also send us your user feedback, if you wanna email that to us. If you hate email, that's cool. You can head over to Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. We are @TOMORROWDAILY on all of those platforms. And we're also on Google+ as Tomorrow Daily TV and we have a new Tumblr. If you go to TommorowDaily.Tumblr.com you can check out our photographer of the day and also we'll have a link where you can check the article on CNET where you can get all the show notes and all that good stuff. We also have a subreddit now. We do have a subreddit. I posted on it. Because of enterprising viewers who are delightful. And if you're a spider do not subscribe to our YouTube channel but if you. Wait, you are a [CROSSTALK] If you're a fighter and you can take some phone-tography, please send that to us because I feel like that might be a little bit [CROSSTALK] It'd be hard for us to process since they have so many eyes. Yeah. Another advantage they have over us. That's true. So, so that's great. That's true. And, so, and, and also if you're listening on iTunes. Serial's over so you can spend the rest of your time with us! [LAUGH] You can subscribe to us now guys You can you can listen to us give us a good rating, and subscribe to us and yeah And all the things And all the things If you want to tell anybody about the show just send them to tomorrow daily dot com. That's the easiest way to find us. Send you right to our show page over on CNet and, that's it for the show for this week. We'll be back next week. We only have three episodes next week, and that'll be it for the rest of the year, cause we're, we're on break until CES, and then we're gonna come, we're gonna come stormin' in to the. Convention center at CES in Las Vegas, [CROSSTALK] and we're gonna be on stage at CNET. We're gonna be checking out the future. [INAUDIBLE] hoverboards and everything. On that note, guys, we'll be back on Monday. Have a great weekend. Be good humans! And we'll see you next time. Bye. Aah! Why'd you show that spider? [LAUGH] [MUSIC]