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"jack killian" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"Absolutely prime rib upset at such an interesting active, because he is I that ridiculous like he is intelligible or again the word where? Using a fabric understated, but Britney Sarin meet the parents he's. Really before because he's got such a wide range of comic actor in this is a choice of before was repeated. Isn't it yet dodgeball? Grab life by the bull. It's it's a brilliant film. It's so funny. And again it's it's rooting for the underdogs it's. The. Average Joe's gymnasium. Going against this conglomerate, the Global Gin. And you'll rooting for them from the start and you're thinking. How are they GONNA win this? Battle and oddly enough. We talked earlier about the pro skills competition they implemented last season this dodgeball round which was which is fantastic set to see and actually after watching the film. I know it's a comedy, but I was a bit like I would would've played. dodgeball looks like good fun and I've I've seen roughly a nearby where I live whenever we are able to gain is a dodgeball league and I'm Kinda like I'm up for this. Now, you're talking. Maybe she got show team together. Asthma is going to be awesome it also. Of, course he's safe pair of hands literally, but it's. Can you throw it? Can you move I mean it it's. What's his name in industrial. Patches Houlahan actually. If you dodger wrench, you can dodge a dodge bowl like it's. It's the greatest quote that even when I'm out a playing with my mates of five aside or something you just you just able to throw out so many good quotes from the film. So Patch at Hankas area place that young patches when there have brilliant. Path. Could a throwback. Black and white, which was first creative rip torn of course, basically the the present day, the motive, what it be great. A cameo rose in. in. Aden comedy twenty years that they ripped to a brilliant in that role elsewhere. Interesting speaking of Communist Chuck Norris is in it. The well also. William Shatner so that is a Helluva. Attractor there Gary Cole- Plays Espn Anchor Gary Cole who. START, out in a show midnight caller, which look it up together I haven't seen that one. That was a show. Remember where I was a kid where he played love at. Gary Cole- Played Jack. Killian the Nighthawk Y, you've already got me. You've already got me on that in a late night. Talk Radio Show. But was a this is where reaching I don't really remember beyond that, but always somehow seem to get sucked into crime Some something going on in the police. were, always bring in a third quite nowhere. That could I could actually, but he does in the same way that in murder. She wrote you got. Sucked. Wherever? She was that big crowded every episode Jack Gilead, like other. No someone would phone up to show in that. We're going to get into sucks his anyway. That's how Gary Costa at out and then. He's one of those actors bounced around made A. Solid career that you would every will be seen as he seem like Scott occurred from quantum leap same thing like he's beat. He's just been working for for years and years played the vice president in the West Wing in the aforementioned Western as well. And he's great in this just a very slick operators, the solid casper from top to bottom often. So Significant I. think that when you've got an ensemble piece where there is no a weekly, everybody's just on point, and even if it's just a row with three or four lines, it's Catholic own. Yes, that just adds so much more to as well. So sorry now he's. He's also Gary Cohen in Talladega nights the ballot. A Ricky Bobby, which is owed about NASCAR so so yeah, moving onto another sport allocated. That's what haven't hadn't really hadn't. She watched it all the way through and a he loved welfare about never watched it all the way through, but was flicking through channels the night and it came on the scene when. When Sasha Baron Cohen the French? To the off. That's one of the great. Great Seeds for which is brilliant That is a good point actually that you know this this movie. Is Part that phase of American comedy films with Anchorman Farrell Prominent is while we mentioned You know Super Bowl before and shot appetite in over the stuff that that he is brought into the mix i. mean his there been over? When was which was looking to two thousand and five thousand wall. The last twenty years there have been. Serious collection of brilliant comedy films. But it just worked like you're talking about this ensemble of. The cost. They just complement each other. You know the guy that plays the pirate. You'll just like this is. This is incredible and and like the jokes, the jokes. Got The gold, and all of this. You just got to smile on your face, but these. They, just I reckon people right now. Listening to this podcast will be kid right? This is great i. Got Because I'm now going to download dodgeball and what chair? It's one of those films that just that just makes you smile, but it's about sport. Some of the sport films have got it wrong to try and mock it in some way, but this is actually the May just highlights how good and to imagine the email to the Hof when they took kostic. We want you to play the CA- The coach, the German team offsite. What all trying to get Chuck Norris on board? It's about dodgeball just typing away at a computer. I love it. It's a very very choice now. How much she directing the health commodity for that performance? A Lot, and it's not even like he's on the screen for very much time. I reckon enough money fame to fly back to Germany to do an autograph signing a game. Couple of grants. Maybe at least you know what we are running out of time I need is what happens, so we'll get. We'll get a deputy memorials. We'll do one more than what these listeners suggestions as well so which were. Get into. If you don't want to force your hand because you're a couple, let's say you could do you want I'll. I'll retract mind mine going back in the in the ones. You can take the other. All Right? You had a good one I. Which which is great with Matthew mcconaughey? I won't even say which one is. GonNa, save you save. All, right, I am for me. On a plane fly coming back last year, in Taber, just seen the seahawks lose to the Ravens, which was incredible as a fan and watching Lamar Jackson run the show in Seattle. We went on to Vancouver. Flew home the reason I say that is because I watched this film. It's kind of a documentary is called.
"jack killian" Discussed on WSB-AM
"What is news and talk good evening at six o'clock and Jennifer Perry live in the WSB storm center our continuing coverage of the severe weather making its way through metro Atlanta some powerful quake movie moving storms bringing down trees and power lines in the threats not quite over yet WSB meteorologist Kirk Miller joins us live now with the latest from the storm center Kirk and I were picking up about a thousand lightning discharges per hour with his so squall line of thunderstorms as it moves across the area and the WSP tornado threat indexer TTI off the doppler radar is of four on a scale of one to ten indicating a low to moderate risk of a tornado with these storms but a high risk of damaging straight line winds we've already had many reports of damage across much of the area I do have some good news to offer though the tornado watch has been canceled for areas to the west roughly if you're to the west of the Chattahoochee River of the tornado watch has been canceled for your area now however the tornado watch remains in effect for the rest of the metro area until at nine PM officially although it may well end up being canceled early for those areas as well right now WSB stormtracker radar indicating those severe thunderstorm warnings continue officially until six fifteen four Forsyth county hall county Gwinnett county Fulton County the cab county Fayette County into why western Henry and Spalding county until six fifteen severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect I fully expect that additional warnings of will be issued lasting until six thirty or six forty five four counties to our east on the other line of storms moving from the west to the east between forty and sixty miles an hour live in the storm center I'm WSP meteorologist Kirk knowledge I record will check in with you again in just a few minutes here obviously a tough day if you're trying to travel there is a ground stop so it affected Hartsfield Jackson International Airport where the storms are moving through right now four hundred flights grounded so far and expect those flight delays to last throughout the evening hours the airlines catch up once the storms do move through also power outages an issue for a lot of you listening right now more than fifty five thousand Georgia power in St EMC customers are in the dark now most of those in the western part of the state in the northwest suburbs are getting some reports now thousands out in places like Cherokee as well as parts counties we've already seen the storms move through this evening and again these stores have been deadly out to the west the good news is that kind of weekend as they approach metro Atlanta but nine fatalities reported now for this line of storms all the way from Texas to Alabama again we'll check in with Kurt Mellish as well as Jack Killian the WSP traffic center just a moment WSB news time is six oh three at last is whether is changeable but not unpredictable depend on WSB meteorologist our knowledge and his five day forecast early mornings then in the noon news update.
"jack killian" Discussed on KTRH
"Back in a moment on coast to coast AM never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast's own email newsletter available for free it coast to coast AM dot com. your. Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven news radio was seven forty T. R. H.. station from the K. G. R. H. studios driven by joy right dot com helping car dealers daily. Blaine called a political set up by Derek sharp it is ten thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together let's check in with Jack Killian. reminder congestion on the northwest freeway going eastbound going to be between to get well and nine months going to be about a minute or two delay besides that we do have a closure forty five Gulf freeway self damaging Monroe and airport that's gonna be due to road construction that will be going on until five A. M. I'm that Killian indicate here it's go because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center. weather channel forecast of the rest of the overnight shift partly cloudy lows around seventy acres a twenty percent chance of a pop up shower a twenty percent chance of rain will stay through Monday partly cloudy otherwise of highs of ninety two right now it's mostly clear and eighty two with the case year age west side or said Lexus twenty four hour weather center ten thirty what our top story senator Lindsey Graham dismissing the whistle blowers complaint against president trump is quote all hearsay that's how the South Carolina Republican put it on CBS's face the nation Sunday.
"jack killian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Office in Minneapolis I'm Susan Waldman along with Aaron Boone and first of all you got a very happy Jonathan holder in there now what do you look for before someone is brought back up particularly when he's had problems with command etcetera step how he's performing how is thrown the ball what what adjustments he's doing in making are working on monitor his progress he's been thrown the ball pretty well and you know this comes at a time when we needed it you know I have a few guys down you know we need to potential innings down there to start off the series and and John's been throwing the ball pretty well and had a couple days down so he should be able to give us that yeah he said this is his fourth day this would be his fourth day and he's ready to go yes well the first thing I check because I know you're a little too small side yesterday but otherwise he's he should be built up and able to give us a couple innings if we needed it okay if you could look at this Minnesota Twins game I know they've been having some problems with the bull pen right now in there a couple of people that are down but when you look at this team how would you describe what you want to do again so what is their strength well off financially they're really good obviously team that hits the ball out of the ballpark a lot they've got some good athleticism they're very balanced as far as writing left goes good starting pitching the Martine per as tonight for them is is having a really good year form he's kind of gone to another level with cut fastballs become a real factor form and and it's a team that's very much for real and under the understand why they're there early in the central when everybody has and and play those kind of catching up with them and that and did you expect that kind of thing nobody ever just runs away with really division Jack Killian that one well yeah I mean you're gonna have some Evan flows during the year when you're talking about a team like Cleveland that you know has had the level of success that had over the last number of years and they have the pitching staff that they have in some of the elite level players he probably expected them at some point to kind of right the ship and get a little bit of a run and and they've done that and and tighten things up in a big way and when you look at CC chance every time that he pitches it's it's in it's in my mind anyway that this is the last time is going to play in here and here news out there with kids with the boys and girls club today you know every time he's out there what is your feeling when you watch it I ever really enjoyed watching him go about his craft and you know he's in a pretty good place right now feel like the last few times out he's thrown the ball really well you know the biggest thing I just I want to keep them healthy and and feel like if if he's bouncing back in in getting his days in between starts and and more managing the knee I always feel confident he's going to go out and give us a capable outing okay thank you.
"jack killian" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Now. It's nine o'clock. I'm Joe cutter topping our report at this hour, the family of John cookie junior killed late at night last August by a hidden on driver while crossing one Woodbridge is offering a ward of ten thousand dollars for information about the responsible driver. Is that John senior says there's a lot of unanswered questions about this phone, bent down stepped into the roadway or, or the driver swerved? I mean we know it's an accident no-one purposely goes out and run. Somebody cook H was walking home after a night with friends he left behind nine year old son and a grieving family. There's more on the story at nj one five calm, the US solicitor general's office has recommended the US supreme court, not hear the appeal of two convicted defendants in the bridge gate case, Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni have petitioned the court to hear the appeal of their twenty. Sixteen convictions for causing traffic jams. The punish mayor for not endorsing their boss. Former governor Christie for Oni is already serving his federal prison term Kelly reports to prison in the next few months charges have been filed against the daughter of pennsauken. Mayor Jack Killian after she plowed her SUV into a pizza Rio while drunk, injuring several people thirty year old Kimberly Killian a fifth grade math teacher. Pennsauken intermediate was charged with DWI and assault by auto, her SUV went through the front of the flying crust pizza, damaging storefront, and injuring three men inside a small migratory bird has laid her eggs on a youth. Soccer field in Teaneck that's prompted officials to close the field down till the chicks hatch, leave the nest the kill deer laid eggs about two weeks ago on artificial turf near the south goal. Kill deer are not a threat to the species, but are protected under another act put take months for the eggs to hatch soil. Soccer games have been moved to other fields. President Trump unveiled his administration's new plan to reform immigration in the speech and the white House Rose Garden today, it calls for base system that prioritizes skilled workers who speak English against brilliance. We won't anymore. Once we get this passed. And we hope to get it passed as soon as the president said the current system prioritizes poorly educated immigrants, a weekend warm up ahead, the complete New Jersey, one zero one point five forecast coming up. Jersey fast traffic in one minute. New.
"jack killian" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"jack killian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Your favorites. Good morning. I'm jeff. Winton quiets at the editor's desk. Three things to know right now to win were found murdered in a -partment in west NAR in Montgomery County, when police found the bodies the woman accused with the murders was hiding under a bed with their six year old son. Glen mills school is now seeing how various agencies are responding to allegations of staff, physical abuse and administration. Cover-ups Pennsylvania auditor general's office is now beginning its official investigation into the nation's oldest reform school, and it was once a strip of CD motels and gas stations. But for residents of Camden n pennsauken. It's finally a walk in the park KYW's. Mike DeNardo reports. At the long-awaited ribbon cutting of gateway park, pennsauken. Mayor Jack Killian could barely contain himself. Manno Manu Schevitz what a place they says look at this. This is awesome. You got the creek backyard. The river back there this stretch along Admiral Wilson boulevard twenty years ago was lined with rundown. Motels frequented by prostitutes. The strip was level before the two thousand Republican national convention, but the promise of a public park languished in limbo while county agencies transferred ownership and environmental work to clean up petroleum. Deposits went on now nineteen years later, the park is open and Camden resident Martha Chavez of the group. Friends of Cooper river west is eager to finally take advantage. Worsen thing. I'm gonna do. I'm gonna take a nice walk in the park. I am apart Walker. The New Jersey Conservation Foundation will join with the county municipal utilities authority managing the new park in Camden. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. President Trump's out with his fiscal blueprint for next year including wanting almost nine billion dollars for border wall construction requiring major spending cuts that might be hard to get through congress. The four point seven trillion dollar White House proposal calls for saving hundreds of billions with a five percent cut to all non-defense discretionary spending. I can- Pentagon funding to seven hundred fifty billion dollars would be a five percent increase. Russell vote the acting budget director here and to be clear. This is not funding for endless wars. This is for research and development and procurement to fund the most inspiring military. The world has ever known the plan with its five percent domestic spending cuts in projections for strong economic growth, predicts a balanced budget fifteen years from now, but it has trillion dollar deficits for at least the next four years. Bob Costantini, the White House. And congress is apt to look the other way at President Trump's twenty twenty budget plan. It's a budget blueprint that sets the president. Policy priorities for fiscal twenty twenty Republican Congressman Tom Reed, a member of the House Ways. And means committee says the Trump budget does not address deficit spending. The deficits are becoming a problem that is unsustainable. Our national debt at twenty three trillion dollars at some point in time, you run out of runway more than that the national debt is the national security threat that we see at the highest levels of government across the both spectrums. And in the military's perspective where he describes the president's budget has an opening salvo in the budget process, congress he says will offer its own budget. Linda Kenyon, Washington a promising new techniques to detect the serious disease. This study shows doctors may be able to detect signs of Alzheimer's by looking deep into your eyes. Dill Raj Aggarwal headed up the research at Duke University. Using a non invasive scanning technique called OC TA. Initial results are very promising on being able to use this technology and add to our diagnostic tools. Actor Garhwal says the imaging allows physique. To see key blood vessels in the back of the eye that are smaller than the width of a human hair. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news study is published online in ophthalmology retina a journal of the American Academy of ophthalmology. A huge shipment of cocaine was discovered at the port in New York. The find was a historic seizure over four and a half million shipping containers come through the port of New York Newark ever year fewer like the one drug enforcement agents and police officer seized on February twenty eighth. Authorities announced today that it contained thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine. The drug shipment has a street value of seventy seven million dollars. Authorities said it was the largest drug shipment that they'd interdicted and almost twenty five years the cocaine was divided up into sixty large packages. They didn't say where it was shipped from or where it was destined for the port. Here is the third busiest in the US Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Homeland security officials have set up a new task force in Detroit, try to stop the flow of drugs and counterfeit goods. It's a partnership of multiple federal agencies, including homeland security US customs and border protection as well as the DA FDA and department of commerce all. Looking to stem the flow of counterfeit drugs and merchandise coming through Michigan. Jerry Murphy is with homeland security. This task force is predicated on.
"jack killian" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Good evening. I'm Jeff ash. Winton? Fires at the editor's desk. Three things to know at ten. Forty five women were found murdered in an apartment in west NAR. Tim Montgomery county when police found the bodies the woman accused with the murders was hiding under a bed with her six-year-old, son. Glenn Bill school is now seeing how various agencies are responding to allegations of staff, physical abuse and administration. Cover-ups Pennsylvania auditor general's office is now beginning its official investigation into the nation's oldest reform school, and it was once a strip of CD motels and gas stations, but for residents of Pam dean and pennsauken, it's finally a walk in the park. Ws? Mike DeNardo reports. At the long-awaited ribbon cutting of gateway park, pennsauken. Mayor Jack Killian could barely contain himself. Manno Manu Schevitz would a place. This is look at this. Awesome. You got the creek backyard. The river back there this stretch along Admiral Wilson boulevard twenty years ago was lined with rundown. Motels frequented by prostitutes. The strip was leveled before the two thousand Republican national convention, but the promise of a public park languished in limbo while county agencies transferred ownership and environmental work to clean up petroleum. Deposits went on now nineteen years later, the park is open and Camden resident Martha Chavez of the group. Friends of Cooper river west is eager to finally take advantage worsening. I'm gonna do is I'm going to take a nice good walk in the park. I am apart Walker. The New Jersey Conservation Foundation will join with the county municipal utilities authority in managing the new park in Camden. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. President. Trump's reported comment that Democrats hate Jewish people as relayed by donors at a closed fundraiser at mar-a-lago stirring, things up in Washington. Controversy grows out of House Democrats, dealing with one of their own the president accused Democrats of being anti Jewish and anti Israel Friday when leaving for moral Longo, but hours later, the axios political website reports, Mr. Trump told a fundraising audience, the Democrats hate Jewish people press secretary, Sarah Sanders, Kelly, Democrats, he Jewish people. They've had a lot of opportunities over the last few weeks to condemn some comments the president laid out clearly his position on this matter. Democrats have had a number of opportunities to condemn specific comments and have refused to do that house. Democrats could not agree on a resolution criticising freshman Ilan Omar for antisemitic remarks, she made but did approve a resolution condemning bigotry Bob Costantini, the White House. A huge shipment of cocaine was discovered at the port in New York. The fine was a historic seizure over four and a half million shipping. Containers, come through the port of New York. Newark every year fewer like the one drug enforcement agents and police officers seized on February twenty eighth. Authorities announced today that it contained thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine. The drug shipment has a street value of seventy seven million dollars. Authorities said it was the largest drug shipment that they'd interdicted in almost twenty five years the cocaine was divided up into sixty large packages. They didn't say where it was shipped from or where it was destined for. The port here is the third busiest in the US Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Homeland security officials have set up a new task force in Detroit to try and stop the flow of drugs in counterfeit goods. It's a partnership of multiple federal agencies, including homeland security US customs and border protection as well. As the DA FDA and department of commerce all looking to stem the flow of counterfeit drugs and merchandise coming through Michigan. Jared Murphy is with homeland security. This task force is predicated on.
"jack killian" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"And building on top of books. So I'm curious, really, it's not books actually changing the way people move around cities and helping his understand up planet is any kind of scenario is that you will any trends that you've noticed? Yeah, they're they're two stories. I'd love to share here. So the first one we, we talked a little bit about the micro mobility stays and how you know residents of cities are being inundated with all these new ways of getting around from scooters to e-bikes. Back in July of the small you by company called jump was cleared by a massive sharing company called Uber and people were kind of surprised, right? Like a car company, we felt there was Thomas navigation. Why are they buying a bicycle company? And it turned out that jump and and not box had been working together on sort of a pilot research project in San Francisco. The results of which were that most of the trips that were being taken up in vehicles were less than two and a half miles or so. And on each of these trips river generally lost money. The drivers weren't being paid terribly well because it was such low mileage and people actually could have gotten to their destination faster if they had ridden one of these electric jumped bikes. So this informed Uber's decision to get into an alternative mode of transportation and really become a transportation platform company because they realized that putting somebody in a car is not always going to be the fastest cheapest most efficient way to get them. From pointed at point b on the second example of changing the way people move around cities is working with sidewalk labs, which is which is a division of alphabet Inc. So it sidewalk. Labs does is goes in and create sort of a synthetic model of an entire city. And that means everything from -partment building occupancy to land use and permiting to traffic congestion on every single street at every hour of the day. And what they're trying to do is test a bunch of different scenarios. You know, if I, if I build a digital mixed income housing over here, how does that change residency patterns by at a new highway overpass over here? How does that change? You know, my peak commuting, our traffic and what we've done is give them sort of intimate access to our map data that allows them to run a bunch of different scenarios and then create policy recommendations for cities to say, hey, you should change your traffic, stop stoplight, timing over here, or, hey, you should consider turning this intersection into roundabout because it will improve traffic flow. So whether it is from influencing individual consumer decisions, about what. Oh, dally of transport to take or influencing policy decisions about where to build infrastructure. I do believe that we are changing the way people move through cities, not only that you also complacent strategy humanitarian collaborations. I'm also bring Matt books to government. I could tell me expand on that level as well. Yeah, absolutely. So you can. You can imagine that in the same way that large enterprises want to be able to access location data quickly, visualize their date and location context. This is also true for the government, but some of my favorite stories out of the government stays are actually on the humanitarian side. So one of the projects that I was personally involved in was in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, a lot of different Manitoba agencies will landing on the ground in Katmandu and realizing that they couldn't get to the outlying parts of the city because there were literally no Matt's. I mean, there was no data about the roads that would lead you from where you are the places that needed help. So map FOX worked with the open street map community, and specifically the humanitarian open street map team to basically organize a. Nonstop mathathon working with our satellite imagery partners to provide new imagery and basically say, okay, humans, take a look at the satellite imagery trace all the routes you can find. And then we will immediately push those into open street map and math box maps and then deliver them to these humanitarian organizations, the low bandwith environment so that they can start moving physical things to people that need them. I'm so it's that ability to sort of cross the technical and the human divide in order to help people get to where they need to go and make better decisions that I love most about our work in the government humanitarian stays now. Another great story of read about you guys at my boat was it was actually bullying of development sate, and then this sesame to build new tools and platforms to do good in the willed on projects for the World Bank, you know, nice ends. The vet gross, an NGO, another nonprofit humanitarian organization. So can you tell me how that platform evolved and how it quickly became clear that they will the full profit business applications with pursuing as well? Yes, Lutely. And for me to distinction. Wasn't between nonprofit and four profit, but rather between sort of being a consulting company which is how map bucks got started, right. We would take on a project, for example, working with the UN to turn thirty thousand pages of PDF election results from the two thousand nine Afghantistan elections into that that organized that information coherently. We would execute that project from sort of conception all the way through delivery and what we were finding as we did it was that the tools to really work with that location data and turn it into something that was visually comprehensible didn't exist. So in order to complete these projects, we were being paid for us consultants. We had to build new tools and at some point, the tool work just got to be more compelling. You know, projects don't really scale your, you're constantly chasing the next piece of business and when you're done, you're done and and that product doesn't really live on, but the tool piece does, right. You build something, you put it in the hands of one point, two million developers and the reach that you. Can have with it is it's just mind blowing. So not box, split from development seed and decided to focus on building those tools. Now, books also POWs data visualization component of sixty percent of golden as much quadrant vendors. So you talk about how these companies leverage Matt books to serve that customers just shows you how incredibly powerful is yet pretty crazy in this one. This one actually really surprised me. So the first major BI company that we get started working with was IBM cognizant IBM, Watson analytics, and after watching what they were able to do with some of these tools, we've very quickly got traction with the other major players in the states of Tableau Microsoft power, BI micro strategy. Click Domo. I won't go through the entire list. It was really neat to see how in this in this one particular vertical and there's intense feature competition. And also they just recognize that so much of the data they're uses. They're trying to touch has a location. And if they don't give them the tools to visualize it quickly, married up with their other data and and basically derive analysis and make decisions, then they're going to be left behind. And that's really what it's all about in the business intelligence face, right? These applications are designed to help users work with their data, examine it in context and then make decisions. And so the fact that not box maps are fast. We add location and context around the world, and we really let you bake our tools into your application in an intimate way was just a super compelling value proposition for these companies really is. I don't know what what I asked them next question's gonna be is next Matt books. I mean, where of can you go with this? You know, I, it's just fascinating up. Sure. You've, you've still got a long way to go in a lot of missions and a big vision for the future. Yeah, that's right. I'm and for me the sort of edge of the envelope challenges that we're focused on now relate to that first job that I described at the beginning of the conversation, which is. Has to know the world and intimate detail. And here are a really feel like we're just scratching the surface. We owe a lot of credit to companies like Google who showed us what you could do by strapping cameras or other types of sensors onto cars and driving them around the world sort of map things in incredible detail. But what we're trying to figure out is how you do that with help the capital extensive, actually putting humans and cars and driving every mile of road on a on a semi regular basis, and we have some ideas. So one of the things that we just released, it's actually called the vision SDK. One of the challenges in building a very, very accurate map that suitable for navigation is knowing where all of those things are that affect the way you. You drive along the path, whether it's a stop, sign, a no parking sign, a stop light. Markings on the road lane. Markings turn restriction workings at cetera, and is not bucks out about how to get closer to that data. We realized you don't wanna stand, you know, millions of dollars to drive cars around. Can we make this distributed crowd. Outsource problem. So we just did is released an ST k. that allows any application hasn't ignition component. You know, whether it's lift with the driver have in the dashboard or one of these micro mobility applications. As you use the app and the user's looking at a map, the camera of your phone is actually activated to capture images of the world that you're driving through. And then we can actually process using neural nets on the device. Those particular features we care about stop signs stoplights, no parking turn restrictions, and that data flows back into our map so much as are mobilised decay is now being used by millions and millions of people out in the world and sending data back that we used to build a living learning math. This new vision s decay is going to do the same, but but with images that we can learn from. So again, the the challenge for us continues to be, how do we get closer to the surface of the real world and how we baked that. Day into our map is put we as possible. Now people will be listening to us today in one hundred sixty five different countries, and I will be developers, business leaders, startup founders and CEOs, and I'm sure they have their mind blown exactly actress I I of today. So if they want to find out more information wet, can they find you guys online and maybe reach out and contact them if your team, if they've got any questions after listening to our conversation today? Yeah, absolutely. So I would I head over to just not box dot com to get a better sense for what are our who we work with. You can also tweet us at map bucks and they p b, o x. And if anyone would like to reach out to me, it's my last name or when I are w. I n. at meth, ox dot com. From this moment Fullwood everytime pickup more small phone. If I call up a map on any appetite, eleven little slice bile, an avail is Asian or if anybody else looking at a map, he'll be saying, do you know books but seriously, just bake. Thank you for coming on tonight. Shangul stories and. Valuable, the work you're doing and appreciate you showing that story. Thank you. Thanks for the time listening about. They made me realize just how we all take the ability to call up a map and check in on Facebook grubber Nuba or even a tight on Tinder. We take that for granted because Matt books does all that stuff. So developers can focus on building their app and sample into remember that map folks is the foundation for other platforms and enterprises, analyze their data drone companies publish flyovers and even real estate's visuals properties. But he's not all about first world problems of in a cab OMO securing date and checking into Facebook. Matt box was actually born out of a development seed and the necessity to build new tools and platforms to do good in the world for projects, which is the World Bank United Nations. Red Cross NGO another nonprofit humanitarian organisations, familiar personally, great technology, great story. I hope it makes you think the next time you use geo data on an app, but enough of me, Gideon geeky with excitement. Again, why you also and what your takeaways from today's conversation, you know the drill by now. You'll needy podcast hosts once engagement, so fails is not going at speaking into a microphone himself in adult room like Gary Coleman in midnight, caller de. Remember that show every episode ended decide with him saying the law on this is Jack Killian cage. ACM ninety eight point three FM and good night America wherever you are. Oh, man, updo aggressive guy. Never gone off engine with Malays early distracted before I get myself into any multiple with thank each and every one of you tuning gain all over the world and site until next on don't be a stranger. Thanks for listening to the tangle Royce appalled cost until next time. Remember technology is best when it brings people together. This is Jay Killian cage. 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