Tomorrow Daily 114: Hospital robots, Amazon's movie plans, an antique podcast machine and moreOn today's show, Bryan Bishop of "The Film Vault" fills in for a sick Khail. Our stories include a fleet of robots at a San Francisco hospital, Amazon Original Movies announced, an antique radio converted into a podcast player and a Kickstarter for an...
On today's show, robots take on the role of candy stripers at a San Francisco hospital. Amazon's gonna start making their own movies this year. We'll tell you how and why. And an old-timey radio turns into a super cool podcasting machine. No time travel, unfortunately. 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 Scott. And joining me on a Monday, wait a minute, you're not hale. Or you shaved your head, and you look totally different. I got much better looking. Oh, so true. This Brian Bishop, you guys. Brian, Kill's sick. Wah wah. Get well soon Kale. Get well soon. Hopefully. Or don't, I'll be here tomorrow. Actually I, you know what, not, I wouldn't, I wouldn't complain if you bombed a little bit cuz I love hanging out with Kale. Right. But you, you seem like an all right guy. I'm a pretty awesome podcasting machine too. That is true. I, you know, old-timey radio or Bryan Bishop ultimate podcasting machine. Yep. I'm not really sure. I think it's an even match. Just kidding. Get well soon Kael. Yes, get soon well Kael, but until then, we have some really fun stories to talk about. Yeah. And you, just before we hit the headlines, you do the film vault. I do. So, so we've got some really interesting stories regarding film and podcasting. Yeah so we're gonna rely on my film. Expertise and, and a story about Amazon's original programming. Real good films. Yes. Super good. So let's have headlines. [MUSIC] We here at Tomorrow Daily love robots, as always. It's a Monday. We love robots every day of the week. But this I thought was very cool. 25 autonomous robots are gonna be rolled out at the UC San Francisco Medical Center in Mission Bay on February first. Okay. Speaker: So, these are them. Here, here they are, right here. Speaker: Ooh. Speaker: We've seen this before. There's actually a hundred and, about 160 hospitals in the US that kind of employ robots. They, they already have robots kind of like this. But UC San Fransisco is the first, to deploy a fleet this large. Speaker: Okay. Speaker: 25 is the most they've ever, most any hospital has seen, deployed at once. So the cool things about these, is that they're. Tasks for delivery Okay. And taking things around the hospital. So they can do food. They can deliver food to patients. They can pick up food trays and take them away once the patient's done eating. They can interact with six of the hospitals 20 elevators, which is pretty awesome. They can interact with an elevator? How, how advanced. Yeah. Like, they can tell it, like, exactly what floor it needs to go to, and all that other good stuff. And the neat thing, is, it's so. Here it is, [INAUDIBLE] well, they're gonna put food in there. And then it takes it to the room. And then, oh, there's your food. It also interacts with the pharmacy. Okay. So you the pharmacy can put in some medication say we need you to take [CROSSTALK] lab or this other pharmacy. Or this patient. Or this patient and then but nurses, specific nurses are only able to open it with a pin code and bio metric. Wow. So, there's actually like a, there it is, like a little fingerprint scanner there. How about that? And that'll open the the, the lock so that they can get those medications out. So, that way, nobody's running around stealing drugs from robots. Of course, of course. At a hospital. You don't want that. Like taking candy from a baby robot. That's, that's, that's exactly right. Drug candy from a baby robot. I don't see those robots transforming into anything. At what point do they transform and start battling evil? You know, actually, I think that is in the 2.0, Morris. Okay, okay. So we have to wait on that. This is a early version, early version 1.0. Okay. But these are super fascinating, and I love the idea that they were saying a lot of people, I'm sure, are concerned about the idea that, well, these are taking away jobs. Right. From people in the hospital. But. I really like that I read that other the people who were [CROSSTALK] with delivering those supplies before have actually just been moved in a new position. I was gonna say someone's got to refill the medication, someone has to clean the robots, someone has to reprogram the robot [CROSSTALK] comes time to. Change the software or update or whatever, so maybe it increases the number of jobs. Right and well and also potentially I really like that it frees up time for, for example, somebody who could be taking care of a patient. Yes. Instead of running something back and forth to a lab or whatever. Yes. So I. I thought that was pretty cool. I, like I said, 160 hospitals about already have robots, but this is a really big fleet. There's 25. Yeah, you really hit the nail on the head with personal interaction. As someone who's spent a little bit of time in hospitals recently. Over the last few years, nothing beats the personal interaction, when something's really going wrong. Or you have a question, or you're scared, or you're nervous, or whatever. And. Well, you don't want a robot. Well, the robots help, if we're delivering, you know? If, if you get your whatever to you on time. Yeah, get me my pain meds. Or, to do the sort, yeah. Get this to me on time, whatever. But when you want to. Ask a question or have some expertise or whatever, you don't wanna be waiting for that nurse or that doctor to be seeing five other patients who have some menial things like please deliver this or please do whatever. Right. Or take this lab down. Yeah, yeah. Or take, you know, take these samples down to the lab. It's like okay, well have the robot do that as opposed to a doctor. Correct. Automate that. Stuff. Yeah, automate the good. Automate the stuff. Yeah. The menial stuff that we don't need doctors and nurses doing. Absolutely. So so yeah, really interesting stuff. But equally as interesting, just on a different, in a different industry. Mm-hm. Amazon. Yes. Had some very interesting news today. So Amazon was a big winner at the Golden Globes, right? Big time. They, they won Best Original Comedy Series, TV. And they won best TV actor in a comedy series for Transcendent. And Jeffrey Tambor. Transparent, Transparent. Transparent. Well either, yeah. We don't wanna give Transcendent any awards. Maybe a Razzie, maybe a Razzie. That's actually a really good point. They couldn't be more on the opposite side of the quality scale, right? Yeah, maybe a Razzie, maybe a Razzie. Transcendent and Transparent? Now Transparent and of course Jeffrey Tambor. And Amazon announced they're gonna be releasing 12 theatrical films this year. They're getting into theatrics. They're gonna become a production house. They're gonna start producing theatrical movies. Like, full on movies. You can see in a theater. Which is pretty cool. Which apparently will be available to be streamed on Prime within four to eight weeks of being in the theater, which. Such a good idea. It's much quicker than the usual month that it takes for a film to- Right. Well, it's like oh it's six months. Like you see a movie and then it comes out on DVD six to eight months later. Yeah. So the, the controversy I think is gonna come from the, the exhibitors. The theaters basically are saying- Right. Well what's the incentive for people to come see a movie here if they're gonna see it in their home in just- In four weeks. In four weeks. Right. That's a legitimate complaint. I mean I don't know about you I go to the movies a lot. I'm actually one of those old-timey guys who likes to go to the theater. And I like the experience, but you can't beat the convenience of watching a movie at home. That's true, but I think that, I think that you actually made your own, made another point there. Well thank you. Which is you love the experience of going to a movie. Right. And I think a lot of people will still feel that way and say. I hope so. And say, I really wanna go to these really big. Kind of event movies. Right. Like, I think a lot of people are still gonna go to these event movies, these experiences. Like, like Avengers. Yeah. You're not gonna, you're not gonna say, you know what? I'm gonna take a pass on this one. Right. And just wait for videotape. That's a theatrical experience. That's an experience, and I think that there's something to be said for Amazon really kind of picking up the baton of Indie filmmaking. Mm hm. Cuz they did say. I love the quote that they're saying, they're looking for unique story voices and characters and they want to get those things from top and up and coming creators yea>> not only are they gonna be looking at, you know, really famous directors and writers and things, but they're also gonna be looking at people who may be, aren't getting looked at by traditional hollywood studios I think so, but that's [INAUDIBLE] one thing. They got Ted Hope apparently to run. The theatrical division was the independent producer executive producer known for movies such as American Splendor, 21 Grams, Adventureland. He did a great documentary called The Devil and Daniel Johnston [CROSSTALK] [UNKNOWN] These are all fantastic films. They're all great movies, so he has the pedigree. He is, he's a legitimate guy in the independent world of movies. So if he's got the eye for those kinds of movies, they could start pumping out some quality material. Yeah, and I think that they're really. Feeling bold right now. Yeah. Because of the Golden Globes wins. I think them and Netflix. Capitalizing on some good, on some good publicity. Yeah, absolutely. And, and one of the things that I thought was very interesting as as kind of a bullet point to this is, both Netflix and Amazon have a huge data, they have a huge data cache. Right. Of information about what their viewers see, what they want to see, who they want to see. When they wanna see it. I mean, they have the, all of this data that maybe Hollywood studios, it's a little harder for them to collect because- Or impossible. Or impossible because it's, because it's not on the scale. Right. And it's not at the frequency that people are watching on Netflix and Amazon. You're right. So I find this very fascinating that, you know, maybe. Amazon is gonna start taking some risks that traditional Hollywood wouldn't. But it's not really that much of a risk, because they have the data to back it up. Just like like House of Cards. I think that's very true. I think that Amazon getting into this kind of business is good. I think it's one more sign that the movies, now this show is. For and by nerds, so people love The Avengers and all that stuff. But I think, I just feel like the sequels, and the, and the, and the spinoffs, and the, and the prequels and all that stuff, it's, it's eroding the quality of these movies like The Avengers. There's no, there's no danger. It doesn't have to be a trilogy. Iron Man's not gonna get killed in Iron Man 2. Trust me. No one's dying in Iron Man 2, because there has to be an Iron Man 3, and an Iron Man, so. The fact that they keep pumping out these movies and expect us to get just as excited about them every time, it feels like we need a little, it just feels like we need a little bit new blood in these movies. Right. And I think the Amazon's of the world will start to produce that. This is a good opportunity. Of course. Yeah, this is a good opportunity. So that brings us to our hashtag of the day, which is #tdamazon. And I just wanna know what you guys out there think of Amazon getting into theatrical production. Okay. I mean, are you guys. Speaker: Are you guys more inclined, now that you know Amazon. Let's say they make a movie. Are you more inclined to see it in the theaters? Or do you say, you know, I'm just gonna wait,' cuz I have an Amazon Prime membership. I'll wait six weeks. Speaker: Sure. Speaker: I mean, how, how do you think you'll use the service? Speaker: You know what they should do, is. Speaker: [INAUDIBLE] Interesting. Speaker: They should, it is interesting. I'm sorry to interrupt. But what they should do, is, they should offer discounts for theatre tickets to prime members. Speaker: That would be amazing. Speaker:' Cuz then they can [INAUDIBLE]. Speaker: I would, I would go to the movies, yeah. Speaker: Yeah. Speaker: I would, I would totally go to the movies more often. Speaker: Get a $5 ticket, if you, yeah. Speaker:' Cuz movie tickets are expensive. Speaker: Get a $5 if you use your Amazon Prime membership. Yeah, and then, and then see it for free six weeks later on your television or you know, or on Roku or whatever. Yeah, [UNKNOWN] Yeah, super good. I like that. I like that idea. Why thank you. You're welcome, Amazon. Yeah, you're welcome. Just take that, put that feather in your cap. They need our help, you're welcome, Amazon. Clearly they're struggling so much. I mean, I don't know if they're gonna make it through 2015. Lastly our, I, I thought this was so cool. You are a podcaster. Yes. I have, dabbled in podcasting as well. This guy Roderick Man loves The Thrilling Adventure Hour. Okay. So if you've ever not heard The Thrilling Adventure Hour, this is, a podcast that replicates old-time-y radio serials. And they have different stories. Like beyond belief and Marshall or I'm sorry, Sparks, Nevada Marshall on Mars. And this guy took an old an old Golden Tone radio, a 1936 Golden Tone radio. Yeah, vintage. So you can see, it looks like a, just a normal radio up front. Looks like an old-timey radio. Like an old-timey radio, but. An old big box radio you could like. Those are like furniture for people. [CROSSTALK] Display piece. So the cool thing is, is that he actually turned this into a podcast player, so. Like an iPod docking station? It's a little bit more complicated than that. So he wanted to. Keep like, instead of, you know, having to open it and put and iPod in and all this stuff. Right, right, right. He wanted to be able to program his own playlists and change the actual dial, Okay. To different playlists. Transfrequency. So let's say, you have a Beyond Belief, let's say you love Thrilling Adventure Hour. Okay. So you make your own playlist for all of the Beyond Beliefs, all of those Sparks Nevada, all of, All the Film Vaults. All the Film Vaults. Speaker: ,all of the, all the different podcasts that you listen to. And then, what he did, was, he used this thing called a Beagle Bone Black to store and play those shows in different playlists. Speaker: Okay. Speaker: And as you turn the dial to each, quote unquote, station, it actually makes the, the changing sound. Like, the static and the fuzz. Speaker: Yeah. Speaker: And then it, and then it. >Fades in to the next playlist. Okay. Of podcasts Okay. That is needlessly elaborate. Needlessly elaborate, but so cool. But very cool, yes. So, so cool. Almost everything that is needlessly elaborate is cool. That is true. I will, I will go that far and say that was true. And I just, I really like that he used,... Like, everything in the back of this, is modern technology. Yeah. So, he's got, he. Oh.iii This is the back of it right here. This is what it looks like from the back. Oh, wow. Which is crazy. Oh, it's just a facade. Yes, it. And that's with it open, obviously. It, yeah, that's with it open. So, he,. So he was saying if there's enough interest. Yeah. That he would make boards that you could just slide into things like this and you could make your own. Yeah you could have your own design, have your own look, have your own space to it. You can't stream podcasts. You can't just like choose one and stream it like you would on your phone and you can't download them directly. You have to actually load them into this [UNKNOWN] black. Okay. To play playlists, they have to be loaded in as playlists to work with the radio dial. Okay, I got you. But really cool. It's a very cool idea. Listen, any way that people can access and listen to podcasts is fine by me. We're all for that. We are cuz people have brought up like, oh, serial's so popular. Are you, are you jealous or what are your thoughts on that and my whole thing was like, hey. Whatever gets. Yeah. More people into the podcast pool, that's a great thing for us. And there's only 12 serials. I mean, you could have. That's right. There's only 12 of those. There's a bunch of Filliball. Bunch of everything. Bunch of everything. Yeah. But I mean, you could listen to Filliball nonstop, just. Which you really should be doing anyway. For a long time. And then, and you would never need to like. Start over again. Yeah. Cereal is like 12 hours, you're done, it's over. Speaking of static, you realize it's not going to be long before kids have no idea what static is or was? Yeah it's super weird [CROSSTALK] Like dial tones. Like dial tones, dial up internet, like what is that weird sound that it's making? You're just like, you don't remember that sound? Like [INAUDIBLE] We're gonna have to come up with a new joke or a new way to end phone calls in movies you know where it's like click, tone. Hello, hello? Or they're like, oh they, they crackle paper and they're like. Oh I'm sorry. Yeah. You're breaking up. I'm, like,. Well if you got hung up on in the movies, it would be, like, dial tone. Like, hello? Hello? I think she hung up on me. It's, like. Now it's just nothing. Why don't you figure out something completely new. Now you just, like, talk for 10 minutes. And then you realize no one on, no one's been on the other line. Let's make a move about people realizing when they've been hung up on. And then we'll pitch it to Amazon. I love it. And they'll put it in theaters. End the broadcast right now. We'll get Kristin Stewart to star, cuz she has that real straight, like. Yeah. Emotionless face. You don't know if she's happy or sad. Yeah, it's just like you don't know. Or awake or not. If you've been hung up on. It's the same. So, well, not now. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back with a really awesome Back It or Hack It. I don't care how dorky you guys think it is. And your user feed back, so don't click away. It's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Speaker: [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show. Every week, we like to do this thing on Mondays, where we talk about crowd funds. Speaker: Okay. Speaker: There's a lot of really good ones. Speaker: Yes. Speaker: Some that are kinda weird. Some? Most. [LAUGH] Okay, a lot. There's a majority that are kinda weird. Majority sort of bizarre. Okay. But but I, I, I'm really curious to see what you think of this one. I thought, and I got very excited. Okay. But some people might find it super dorky. So, that might be you. So this is Back It or Hack It. All right, we're gonna see if this is Brian Bishop approved. Ok. This is called, wait for it, the foot hammock. All right? So far, so good. So far. I love hammocks. Any kind of hammock. Mmhmm. You sleep in it, on a tree. This is actually designed for your desk. Speaker: So, here is the,. We've all been there. Okay. I've lived this. I lived this, this morning, before I even saw this stupid thing. Speaker: Yep, yep. Speaker: I was resting my feet on my subwoofer underneath my desk. And I was getting really uncomfortable, just like this guy. Speaker: Oh yeah, footprints on the wall. Speaker: Just, just fidgety, and I. Speaker: Yeah. Ooh! Speaker: You can never. And this guy's got a foot hammock, look at that. And he's playing World of Warcraft. so, yeah. This is the foot hammock. It is set up they have these adhesives kind of stickies that you put underneath your desk. Right. Right. And then there's some bungee cables and hooks that, that allow you to set up this foot hammock. They give you a couple options. There's a mesh or fleece option. Okay. There's also even a heated option. Ooh, the heated option. You can get a, an electric heated fleece. And I think their stretch goal is that they reach $100,000. You get a, you get like, a cover. So you can like, put your feet in and then it's covered. Oh, like, tuck them in? Yeah, yeah. You. Like a, like, like the quarterback ha, hand warmer that I see in the cold weather? Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's just like that. So there it is. It's all, you know, there's hooks and then it's got the elastic. It rates up to 100 pounds, so it can, it can hold your legs. You're gonna be fine. Oh wow. You'd have to have some pretty strong adhesive cuz he's holding his legs. Yeah, so the adhesive strip, like he's gonna hang on it. Oh. So there you go. So it's a pretty strong adhesive. It goes right underneath your desk. You put it in there. You can actually tighten these up and make it flat. Yeah, yeah. So yeah, he's gonna do that so he can hide it pretty easily, which is nice. If you, don't want it just, you know, hanging under your desk. If you like to adjust to your level of comfort. Yeah, of course. And then, the one thing that I really like about it is you can always see people, like, moving their legs, like, from, bent to straight. And it just keeps your foot in there and then you don't have to worry about, you know, re-adjusting and also...iii. I, I, guys, I totally backed this this morning. Good for you. Like I, I paid money. I'm like, I'm in. Sign me up. I don't even. I'm not even gonna think about it. There it is. Look, there's the cover right there. Yeah, there it is. It's magnetic cover where you stuff you feet in there. That is a cover. I was only kind of in until I saw the heating option. And then it was like, why not? I mean, it seems like a really good idea. It does and I, I don't know. I mean the marketing is towards gamers is one thing. But. There is a big platform for this in like offices and corporate structures. Yeah, well it's not uncomfortable. Yeah well my wife works at, at, at a desk job, and she works at a place that has like you know slate floors. And it's not very warm [CROSSTALK] cold. And that would be a great way to put your, and plus, I imagine you're an exception today, but a lot of women wear- Open toed shoes. Mm. Go sockless. Yeah, they go sockless to work. True. And if you want to kick off your shoes and relax your feet a little bit. It's great. You don't have to worry about people smelling your feet. You can just stuff them in the- Yeah, you got the cover and- Foot hammock and put the cover on. Just cook your feet. And then just tell people, yeah. Cook them. They're good. Is there barbecue here today? Who's roasting feet. [LAUGH] Oh, that's me. I'm sorry everybody. That's me, I'm roasting my feet. Yep. That smell of roast foot, it's my bad. Yeah. It'll be done soon. [LAUGH] You'll ring a triangle. [LAUGH] [UNKNOWN] guys, dinner time. so, like I said, measure fleets, heated options. Ships in June of this year, so not too far out. It's not like, oh, it's a year away. Which I always like. And then if you wanna get a mesh one, it starts at 20 bucks. If you want a fleece one, it's 30. Okay. If you want a heated one, I think it's 40. Which is the one I, I backed. Yeah. Go for the big. Exactly. I go big or go home. Treat yourself. On the foot hammock. Yeah, treat yourself. Treat your tootsies. Yeah. Treat, treat your feet. That's what you gotta do, guys. Wow. It's what you gotta do. That's a good one. So you're in? Okay, so my options are back it. Back it or hack it. And hack it is, is somehow bad? Hack it is like this. Oh like hack it with a-, okay. Yeah. With a hacksaw. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So I'm gonna back this one. All right, good. Two back its. I don't know if I would use it, but I know many people who would. Two back its. Yup. From me and Bryan Bishop of the Film Vault. It's really this is good. All right. On that note you guys we got to talk about you and it's time for your user feedback. [MUSIC] Last Thursday we asked you guys to use the hashtag TD. Cower and tell us what old device you would use to, kind of jerry-rig up something new and exciting with modern technology. Okay. And you guys really came up with some good ones. I love this one from Daniel, he says I want Tiger Handhelds with storage support. I loved them, what if I could have 40 games on one Tiger Handheld? It'd be, you, you'd be living in a Utopia. That's, that does seem like the definition of heaven. That actually seems like that would be a really. I want one. Yeah. Get your Tiger handheld. I, I would also back that. Yep. Just FYI. If you came up with that, it would be really good. Lance wrote in and said, I'd easily take the old VirtualBoy and prevent the headaches it willfully provided everyone with Power Glove, drive laying down. Speaker: [INAUDIBLE] Most of those words didn't make sense to me. Speaker: Yeah. Speaker: But I appreciate his passion and enthusiasm. Speaker: I think, I think, yeah. Driving, laying down, I like that. [INAUDIBLE] Virtual Boy. Like, basically, take away the headaches. You just lay down. Speaker: Right. Speaker: And then you just dr-, with a power glove, you just drive your car, as you're laying down. Speaker: Okay. Speaker: See? Speaker: Okay. Speaker: So it's good. You got me on board. So you don't have to like yeah, you just, you're checking out what's going on out your, out your windshield. Jesus wrote to us and said get an old brick cellphone and turn it into a smartphone. Infinite battery power and guaranteed self defense. You'd be like Zach Morris, the nerd. He's like the perfect man. Yes, that would be really good. I like that. He's like sporty Zach Morris, but also kinda nerdy. Yeah, I love the infinite battery power, and guaranteed self defense. Cuz yes, you could really hurt somebody with a giant. Yeah. With a battery that size, a phone that size, you'd be remiss not to use a huge long-lasting battery. Yeah I would probably have to put like brass knuckle like handle on the back of it. So I could like really swing it at people if I needed to. Well now you're just gilding the lily with the giant foam handle. Am I asking for too much? You are. What if it's connected to a mace and you swing it over your head. That could be an optional add on. It's an option add on. [INAUDIBLE] Like, like the thing from [UNKNOWN] That's it. Exactly. You could just unscrew the antenna and put on like a mace. Okay. That would be really good, I would enjoy that. And then Fabio wrote to us. This doesn't have to do with this doesn't have to do with TD Power, but Fabio wrote us and said I did this for Tomorrow Daily. They didn't like it. He photoshopped us as raptors. Again, the raptor Photoshop from CES this year. I'm so sorry Fabio. I didn't see it and I don't know how I missed it because that is a fine work of art my friend. Well done. And you are a hero for making it. So high five to you Fabio. You're the best. Good job, Fabio. Yeah. Good. Is it Fabio or Fabio? Or does it matter? I think. Well maybe he can write us back and tell us. I say Fabio, but it could be Fabio. Could be Fabio. Fabio. Either way, excellent job with the iPhone shopping. Either way, great work. And then, of course, it's time for your very last piece of user feedback. We do it every day. Phonetographer of the day. [MUSIC] The one and only JL Fox wrote in to us. The one and only. Seems like a Carmen San Diego like henchman. Yeah, J. JL Fox. JL Fox is like, not the Bond villain, but the Bond villan henchman. Oh, JL Fox stole the Smithsonian. Like I feel like that's a thing that could happen. He wrote to us and said a few for phonetographer tablographer of the day. I love that you made it tablographer. locust. iPhone 5. So that's, that's with the iPhone 5 there. That's a locust? That is a locust. It's very, very close. And then he took some other ones, with the iPad Air 2. I don't know if we have those or not, though. But I really like the. I'm. We're gonna say. You know what I think? Because of tablographer, we're gonna skip those and we're just gonna do. Phone-tographer, cuz you took this with your phone. But wow, that is a really up close and personal shot of a locust. Yeah, a little closer than I'd like to get to a locust, frankly. I think pretty much everyone agrees with you in the world, except for JL Fox. That's a biblical creature, by the way. Maybe JL Fox controls a swarm of locusts. To steal places like the Smithsonian. Wow. So it's a little more supernatural. I like it. Okay. It's kinda cool. Dale Fox, use your powers for good. Yeah. Use your locust powers for good, seriously. Because otherwise we're a little, we're a little scared of you. Yeah. To be honest. Keep your windows rolled up. Yeah. Definitely keep your windows rolled up and your mouth shut. At night when you sleep. If you guys wanna submit your phonetography, you can email us, firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to your fabulous picture. Tell us a little story about it. We always love that. If you absolutely hate, hate email, that's fine. You can send you can send us your, your hashtag of the day. Okay. You can send us any other feedback, whatever you want to. 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No, it's, it's about movies and it's a lot of fun. It's weekly. You can check it out. And, and producer Logan also produces the Film Vault. I don't know that name. I fired, I can't, no. Produce, produce Logan, do you fire him? I fired him weekly actually. Wow, that's super awkward. I know. And then you also are an author. Well, that's true. You wrote a book. I did write a book. I wrote a book. It came out, jeez, in April. The paperback comes out in May. It's still available for us on audiobooks, if that's the way you want to listen to it, ebooks. It actually made the New York Times Best Seller List., which I was overwhelmed and thrilled about, and virtually proud of it. It's called Shrinkage. Shrinkage. Not about what you think. No. It's got my big, bald head on the cover. So. But it's, and it's, it's a pretty compelling read. I highly, highly recommend it. Highly recommend it. Thank you. Of course, some little thing called the Adam Carolla show, which if you're not aware of it, how dare you, but you can find that to of course. I'm sure Adam Carolla would have some four letter words to say if you were not aware of what that is. He probably would. He probably would. But that's it for the show. If we wanna find you on Twitter, where do we find you individually? I'm @BaldBryan, Bryan with a y. [MUSIC] Of course. Brian [INAUDIBLE] got it. And I am at Ashley Sketta. We'll be back tomorrow. We, we may or may not have Kale. Who knows he's feeling kind of sick you guys. Send him nice tweets, tell him to get better. But regardless we'll be back tomorrow with a brand new docket of weird, wonderful, awesome, pop culture, future tech, everything in-between. And until then, be good humans. We'll see ya next time. Bye. [MUSIC]