more more as an alternative to hotel stays in every hotel You go to It's like a nice business travel hotel. You could buy stuff in a hotel room, right? Or even its even the bottled water, the cost five bucks sitting by your bed, like that's a money-making opportunity. So I think it makes sense at her be me, goes down the route and technology makes sense. Well, yeah, And the only reason I believe we were talking about Boudai little earlier because they could probably get it for a lot cheaper in their whole thing was pudding it. It was ill thought out in the way that they presented to the world. But the idea being like you could put this in a building. And have you give you access to these kinds of stuff that you would buy at your local corner store, whether that's like Q tips or a candy bar, Right? And so if the idea being my QBE I thought they I read your article on It's a need little device, and that's a really smart idea. And then it you could expand at out like, Oh, I forgot my toothbrush. You know, then y- you spend a buck and a half on a toothbrush, but you can charge them like two bucks or whatever, and then they don't have to run out and find a store in some neighborhood. They're not familiar with the That's right there. So I knew I mean, that's the kind of thing that I was thinking of that like, I think he's interesting as it dispenses food or anything else you building on what you wrote about UV. I don't the thing about these ideas like, uh, like the smart vending machines, these, these kind of new concepts, just using technology turnout that new. It's just that were applying new technology to its he could do with an app rewrite, Hey, for with Apple pay. Right. You know, the idea like the booze fridge or the dispute, the vending machine that's, you know, twenty five years ago I was probably called technology now we just called a vending machine. So I think we're just kind of seeing this evolution, and we're just new using new technology and make it more easy. Well, it is kinda thing. He interesting to think about what So you know Airbnb didn't exist however many years ago, Right? So there you would have no reason to have a QB But if you have a place that you're renting out, then you know. The smart kitchen and food tech related stop really opens up, you know, not just money-making, but convenience opportunities or whatever, Uh, that you can that you wouldn't have even needed before all these different opportunities for people to provide solutions to new Mark Newmark places. A new business models were that's like churning economy like Airbnb Lake with Uber. You can actually change the color of the little Uber sign in the drivers in the driver's front window by the absolute I was looking for the guy with the yell Uber Sign & Lighting, who knows a thing until the trip to Vegas. So I'm sure someone provided the dead Uber with that technology. So I guess this just to your point, Chris, like with these new ideas And these new apps and sharing common concepts, this new opportunities for entrepreneurs, to bride service products and services to those guys. You know, another thing that you wrote about Mike was his his digital knows area Bella them my pronounced, the every Bay at the French were French are then Adenaur. Yeah. Yeah. The CEO of our ball was at the SAARC at your summit in and Wilson Ross. Man made him uses product to two cents of all things, did the French cheese in and the little centerset French cheese on the company's French, So makes our sense. But the real thing is us as watching as walking. This start starter barrier in the sands. I found another couple called Ruby that actually had another digital knows maybe for wiping with there's like a renaissance around digital knows took tone Jim in in France or something, But it does this idea of using sensor technologies to know what's inner food. Um, you know, with the health aspects, The company that makes the the portable Gunes Setzer NIMA announced another peanut sensor at an SES. So just a lot of techno, They're not water cars, there's some technology. Um, that was, uh, you know, using sensors to detect what tenor food. Um, and I thought that's interesting. So that's one of the transition toward would have been momentum foreign SES year. Well, and that also ties in right with the That's group You had last year about the Amazon Bridge, did not use sensors going to. When booed might be going bad, there is an Amazon To pants that they they filed for. I think they may Benicia that actually detects food spoilage in the fridge by detecting gases, um, that no may be coming up for Mike that lettuce drawer though at a store. So Amazon, think about this. I'm sure that the big appliance guys at the ground, How do we use technology to know the status of our food with an Are we need reorder fresh Israeli heartbreak. It's actually easier to kind of scan package food. Um, you know, there might be like a an arth ID tag on EPA with fresh food Yoma such a Kenan no Hjelmeset to determine what's happening with the food that require Sang-Suk sensors. So I, I think people are working hard on that part while on that on the note about spoilage, There was actually a start-up. They're called Lovie and Naved developed that kinda sensor technology for fresh food is more of a s- you know, this, a scanner early market Tanner, They had this thing. They can wraparound like fresh food, think alike tile The trackers for food Like it's kind of that concept. Right. They're good chip clip, and Yeah, yeah, yeah. Trainer that has ended it Nosaka when with the food in and what it is. It's It's kind of an interesting idea. That's what's another kind of interesting sign up for the coverage. The name used to be called Q, where, Um, and they actually got sued because that name I'm not gonna name who But uh, the had probably have to work unique refugees and they changed their name to Lovie. Um, and they now said, I think about a couple of weeks ago that the change your name. But um Cura I think I always actually not a bad name. It's an interesting, uh, product. But I think these hazardous getting there, their start. So we'll see where goes Cuba good. Merged with Obi navy. All right. Well, I think that we've covered just about everything. Was there anything else, any other you know, let's just recap who at Union everything that we talked about the day. What are your big takeaways? What should people be looking bore out of this year's the S And what does that mean for this coming year? I think that we we definitely see all the big applies case getting really interested in in what's going to happen in that the kitchen. I think. That big appliance guys, if you you know, if you have a whole home appliance brand for retailer, you probably seeing the kitchen of Roy, the center, and I think smart home companies Autoways or seen kitchen, It's the center of the home. And so I mean, even seeing interest in where we're dealing at this market summit from some of these, these companies that are just more broad technology consumer technology, The Kitchen, an old Listen America home American homes. Certainly like a lot of European homes. It's we're audio spend their time. So that's why companies like Samson are trying to put televisions in the in the kitchen because people They know that people spend a lot of time there. It's were over fifty percent of these digital voice assistance go whether selects her Ghergo assistant. The people are just popping them down in the kitchen. So that's why you're seeing a lot of interest from the voices, six assistant guys and doing things that cooking. So that's just that the high level take away. Oh, is that I think Oh, you know, for me, even though I would say that there wasn't as much food took as a as I wanted the kitchen, throw in emphasis Rawda companies and picked particular big appliance brands. All right. Well, And speaking of where people can see the future of the kitchen, uh, we have another. Market in Summit, we announced smirk at your summit Europe a couple weeks ago about a month ago. Now I'm super excited. We're we're going Chris of all places to Dublin, and only that if you're gonna go to Dublin, like you want to go to like maybe the coolest place in Dublin. So we're going to do that. We're going to the Guinness brewery and our vets there on June twelve were actually gonna go to the Guinness Brewing brewery and have an event. Yeah, And they're going to get all kinds of leaders from the Europeans marked, You know, kitchen space And they're talking about the future of the connected Kitchen and all kinds of booed related text up. It's going to be pretty amazing. Yeah, And we have some announcer coming up on that. We have a a really impressive headline sponsor, an and sponsor. You know, it's a sponsor, but like like, I'm really excited to talk about who that is. All wool epochal known in a week or two. That's fantastic. All right, Mike. Well, thank you for braving CES for braving the rain at CES raving the blackout flooding in the by I wasn't actually in the blackout. That would have been weird, But that would have imagined like All right, Mike Well Until next time. Thanks so much nicer. Yes. Two.