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"maki maki" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Band. I went out. Watched him didn't nice job there over enough. Where were we way with the dugout bore over and Fletcher Voice of the Fourth of July. I'm in Fletcher Place or in Found Square square. So funny is it was an event like that. That's like you go into one of your grand kids Football games. Only this time you got here. Somebody playing drink a beer. It was pretty cool. Beth and I were thinking about that when we met your parents. Again. That You know, like you. That's one thing you miss us, your adult Children. Now Then you get start watching your grandkids. We kind of missed. You know, Joe played rugby and Andrew played football and there was revelling wrestling and, you know, cross country. I mean, all the sports that you have got to follow your kids and then when that's all over Kind of sucks, And that's why this virus thing, a lot of seniors that didn't not only for the kids with the parents and the families What I was thinking about Beth. I think Beth said. She goes in that great Kevin's parents get to go still watching? Yeah, for warm Whenever I thought about it. That's nice. I hope you didn't insult his mother was very glad to meet you. I've always wanted to meet you because you met her. You know, six months earlier. I would just say if you want me to get to know you. Your name just introduced yourself. That's the time that's one of my time for about six years of the worst thing when people come up to you. Do you remember me? Yeah, William, and just and you got it all though. Is it trick? I swear, Maki Maki says I should help me. Remember my issue? No. What Very sweet about it. I will tell you that, and people don't people are I believe in the goodness of people. And I don't think they mean anything by it, but they don't realize that that's kind of an awkward. I don't want to be rude thing to do. But walking up to somebody. Hey, remember me now I have no idea. No, I don't wear talked about funerals. Earlier, I went to a funeral for one of our old coaches and one of the ladies came up and she goes. I bet you don't remember me. And I gave off her phone number. She goes well, That's my phone number. But do you remember me and I'm thinking I just gave you your phone number and I haven't seen you in 15 years. I really do know who you are, but she didn't get it. Now people are sort of silly sometimes. All right. 239 93 93. We've got Rod joining us on the program here, Rod. Thanks. So for the call what you were talking about coolers earlier and you haven't brought up cooler corn. So throw in some corn and some hot water and shutting a cooler and nice way to make you wait a minute. Wait a minute, saying to get back No, slow me. I've never heard of cooler corn. Never. Oh, my goodness! Way we do it. A normal whatever sites cooler. You want small group, a group? And then you if you roast here, shut beers. Throw the years in the you know, try to clean the Celts stuff off and then the throne in a cooler, You know, yet he would be great but any most any cooler works and then boil some water. Oh, the hot water in whatever's appropriate you want to make sure there's enough water, Tio kind of quiet. I float plane moisture in there and then shut the lid for about 15 minutes. And while I you've got great form. I've never heard of this. This is really neat stuff. Where have you been? All our lives? You should be. I've been eating pork chops and tenderloin. You should actually that sounds like a pickup line should really be asking him out on a date to be my co host. Hey, Hey, I'm right here. Sorry. Good cooler, cooler corn. It's been around for a while. I'm not the first guy so other other collars and maybe they've got their own special recipe. And, you know, but anyway, you, deacon. If you just go ahead, you gotta check it first, Throw it in the corps, throw hot water in, throw it in. Shut it, And And then the beautiful part is if it's if it's an outdoor picnic or festival than the corn is going to be good for a good couple hours. You know, it's not like it's going to get cold. Come here. So if you're running late to a picnic You just put the water in, dump the boiling water in and put in the car and go. Exactly. You're you're a genius. I I am impressed. I've never heard of them. You'd be waited, You'd be way more interesting on their show than we are. Oh, yeah. I've listened to you guys for years. I'm graduating high school in 72. So I'm old and got gray hair and I got grandkids in Poughkeepsie, New York. In fact I was just downtown. I picked up some lasagna right across the circle from you guys and the kind of in my opinion, the world's best lasagna that's made just right over Giorgio's Oh, George is nice. Yeah. All right. Well, cool. My question is about ground hogs. Because my son in New York has some ground hogs that have invaded is what pile Fortunately, it's not underneath the house. But he was wanting to know how do we get rid of him? I think the easiest is the live travel. And then then it's the same question. How do we get rid of them? Once you live, trapping? Well, I think I could handle the but he's put out some lives tracks, you know they have a heart traps. But unfortunately, the one he caught basically just busted out of it well, and that's what you know what they're pretty, because that's what I had said, And then we had a caller and that's why I kind of backed off he goes. No, they don't bust out of those tracks. They do there. So maybe he had a so the trance have some pickups to them. And if you're if it's been used a few times in the wires bet a little bit. Sometimes that catch wire that's holding the release and You know, isn't it can't be put on correctly. You almost have to wire it in sort of thing. We just can't get him in the traps, and they just they just laying out there in the yard. Like they own the entire property, mowing the grass and taking care of things. And you just look at him and say You're not pulling your weight, buddy. How far out of town is your son? Unfortunately, is less than a mile from vast your university in a pretty populated area. No, obviously no shooting. I'm from the country and a little 33 30 would just be wonderful, but I can't do that where I am. Are there are there and also on the farm. There's a few other things we we've used, but I'm not going to repeat him on the program. Are they are they underneath the shed? No. Said the wood in the work shed. No would buy. All right. So if you can find the to the entrance and the exit or the the emergency, escape hatch and get some smoked the called giant destroyer. Kind of a gas bomb in just Chuck. Want light it chuck one of those in there than covered over with this queen. If you can get to that part of it, and That that sometimes we'll take care of what it does. Certainly it gets rid of all the oxygen in the hole, and with any luck, they just go to sleep and die. It's got essentially have to make sure that you keep it sealed. So yes, I'm back in the hole. Correct. You don't have to mean that. I mean, they'll get enough of it, even if it's no don't have to be like You know? Airtight. And I could.

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"maki maki" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This is like a kind of a bubbling of myself away from my friends and family and I can't I can't do there so many question marks still like what is shocking Murphy if there was no NBA played off with that shock you it probably would she which would now would we all thought they're gonna play right yeah but you don't seem like they're on their way that's why I'm kind of surprised if it's going backwards now that's the thing you really got to wonder now where the city is only said it was players from teams that probably feel like they're not in it you know kind of like if you're I don't know the kings or whoever I'm just tired of these teams on the like we gotta go to this I got to live in a bubble now yeah where is like lebron and Yanis they won't nothing works like for you like would you like if if Jeremiah that's our policy at a J. C. where C. if somebody said to murmur from Indonesia to relocate to Orlando I'm easy to do shows down there or not yeah Hey by the way no no kids no worry no Declan Candace and I'm gonna need you to stay there for several months start packing check campus I feel like I I don't know about that yeah yeah he is a key phrase are the check's gonna clear I gotta put food on the table buddy you know I mean you got to put that last night we had how they got to put the helmet on the table Pollock did you have but I had my money last night it's been a great right we had a little Asian chicken rice dish to Paul you got to put the Asian chicken rice dish you know you got to put the Maki Maki on the table gotta put the mahi mahi on the tape one okay to me that the mahi mahi if I went to Orlando I get the money yeah but if I didn't go to Orlando there's no mahi mahi yeah I mean right I wouldn't think that he works all day for I'm putting I'm trying to put some money in in my kids mouths.

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"maki maki" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dealership and number three when do you think the Bronco might actually make it's appearance yeah I'm tired of the Bronco questions I last I heard on the Bronco we would actually see those right after the first of the year I'm not I'm not seeing the December and I don't know if the time lines change that's been a while corvette goes into production now it goes in this is the first week production right now we'll start to see those of dealerships in a few weeks however the first I mean the only thing you're going to see in a dealership is a car that somebody turned down because the whole first year sold out so but as always weather's tests were weather's Chevrolet this marquees gonna be the same way people order to put up a deposit by the time the car gets there specially the corvette taken so long because of the GM strike then some people the situation has changed they found out they got a baby on the way maybe they lost your job maybe change jobs maybe robin for them so they'll be a few out there in inventory there that people can drive and look at but there won't be any big numbers I mean they're already taking orders for twenty twenty one right now wow what was the third with you said you were tired of the Bronco when you answer my question about the corvette and the all the Maki Maki yeah yeah yeah.

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"maki maki" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:04 min | 8 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Maki Maki yeah yeah yeah marquis is here at the use now shows here in the Houston area and you want to see this thing it's it's it's a good looking right I gotta say I got handed to four I have a problem for not only the Stalin but the technology that goes into this and I got to invite me along miles I'm sweating bullets right now and help with that this didn't come out real soon yeah so we'll say all right let's go back to the phones and talk to Donald in California hello Donald one one no welcome all right let's start Chris online one Christian book Hey good morning how can I help you I've got a reservation on one of the bodies and minds what I think is concerned is the the distance I know that the four wheel drive or the all wheel drive and the rear wheel drive said there's not a big difference between the Max distant planets around or miles right do you have any input as to what's going to be better which would be there the all wheel drive or the rear wheel well I think that's I mean for me all wheel drive is always a more enjoyable vehicle the way it handles away rides and drives weather is going to use more energy I mean you would think and look where I'm guessing here the gun issues a logic but if you get a situation where you need the all wheel drive it's bound to use up more battery power so where do you live Chris your California okay the do you do any off roading nope okay I would are you are you into performance and handling and that sort of thing or you just looking for transportation mainly just transportation then I would mess with our driver under those circumstances you know I think you are going to use some energy certainly it's gonna it's it's almost like an all wheel drive verses of front or rear wheel drive car as far as gasoline all wheel drive will cut right will cut the gas mileage by one to two miles per gallon typically and and and I think there's got to be some energy years from the batteries of this marquee the the performance version now that's the one that our and that three how drops down to about two sixty I'm told so yeah and in the electric car you gasoline car it all has to do with how you drive and it really is that simple it has to do with how you drive and I'm not taking it you can be tempted with this marquee to stick your foot in it all the time because unless you've driven a electric car and understand how much more direct the power is and how much more responsive and no lag it just instant pure raw power going to four wheels are two wheels at the same time man is like your cars get gonna be for those of us who like to go fast if you cannot run the range is going to be a lot of fun okay that good luck to you I appreciated Chris thank thank you I appreciate the call greatly I've got a roof do a little inside to Mike in San Antonio Jerry all right let's talk to market center thanks for taking my call looking the family car we got to know each I let it go under water been good to us but I looked at two different cars we look looking at a.

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"maki maki" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Right now wow what was the third with you said you were tired of the Bronco when you answered my question about the corvette and the all the Maki Maki yeah yeah yeah Marty is here at the Houston Auto Show here in the Houston area and you want to see this thing it's it's it's a good looking right I guess I I got to hand it to four I have a problem for not only the Stalin but the technology that goes into this and I got Dave on the lawn mowers I'm sweating bullets right now and help with that this doesn't come out real soon yeah so we'll say all right let's go back to the phones and talk to Donald in California hello Donald a lot no welcome all right let's start Chris online one first book a good morning another I've got a reservation on one of the lucky and my one of biggest concern is the the distance I know that the four wheel drive or the all wheel drive and the rear wheel drive that is not a big difference between the Max distance on a grander miles right do you have any input as to what's going to be better what would you go to the all wheel drive or the rear wheel well I think that's I mean for me all wheel drive is always a more enjoyable vehicle the way it handles away rides and drives weather is going to use more energy I mean you would think and with a look there I'm guessing here the guns use a larger but if you get a situation where you need the all wheel drive it's bound to use up more battery power so where do you live Chris your California okay the do you do any off road nope okay I would are you are you into performance and handling and that sort of thing are you just looking for transportation each mainly just transportation then I would mess with our drive under those circumstances you know I think you are going to use some energy certainly it's gonna it's it's almost like an all wheel drive verses of front or rear wheel drive car as far as gasoline all wheel drive will cut right will cut the gas mileage by one to two miles per gallon typically and and and I think there's got to be some energy years from the banners of this machi the the the performance version now that's the one that our and that's three how drops down to about two sixty I'm told so yeah and in the electric car you gasoline car it all has to do with how you drive and it really is that simple it has to do with how you drive and I'm a day you're gonna be tempted with this marquee to stick your foot in it all the time because unless you've driven a an electric car and understand how much more direct the power is and how much more responsive and no lag just instant pure raw power going to four wheels are two wheels at the same time man is like your cars get gonna be for those of us who like to go fast if you cannot run the range is going to be a lot of fun let's say that good luck to you I appreciated Chris thank you very much thank you I appreciate the call greatly I believe do a little inside to Mike in San Antonio Jerry all right let's talk to my consent only a little mind.

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"maki maki" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Are your professional part three alright hello that Jerry people keep coming up to me and they say okay I've heard about him I've seen pictures of data there are demonstrations out of that without as we about three vehicles number one wins the Ford Maki electric much thing going to be out number two when is the corvette going to actually be a dealership and number three when do you think the Bronco might actually make it's appearance yeah I'm tired of the Bronco questions I last I heard on the Bronco we would actually see those right after the first of the year I'm not I'm not seem in December and I don't know if the time lines change that's been a while corvette goes into production now it doesn't this is the first week production run now we'll start to see those of dealerships in a few weeks however the first I mean the only thing you're going to see in a dealership is a car that somebody turned down because the whole first year sold out so but as always weather's tests were weather's Chevrolet this marquees gonna be the same way people order to put up a deposit by the time the car gets there specially the corvette taking so long because of the GM strike then some people the situation has changed what I really found out they got a baby on the way maybe they lost her job maybe change jobs maybe robin for them so they'll be a few out there in inventory there that people can drive and look at but there won't be any big numbers I mean they're already taking orders for twenty twenty one right now wow what was the third with you said you were tired of the Bronco when you answered my question about the corvette and the all the Maki Maki yeah yeah yeah.

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"maki maki" Discussed on Ed Tech Smart

Ed Tech Smart

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Ed Tech Smart

"A part of the website. There's a few different ways of program at one is more of a simpler way than another but It walks you through that. I won't I won't get quite into that because that's rather than explain it in in confuse you. It's probably just best to that if you looked at it looked at the pictures and looked at the description on there but cubits are are really nice again. They kind of span the go-to gamut here where you can use it really simply with younger kids and then and they can go a little bit higher with the that again that middle school maybe lower high school age kids. The next thing is and you probably heard of. This is the the first robotic stuff and in mainly Lego. I'll talk about. I know in my class. I use the products for robotics and again. It's if you've never used it the it's it's legos with a with a control with the control board odd the the current one is the EV. Three The US that you can program the one before that was the annex t and I think before that that was our art our seat team it. I'm not sure there was one before that I'll Miss Alma. SPEAK IF I if I try to say. Yeah so the third one which is the three You either through Bluetooth or or USB you can plug it into to your computer or are they even have an st card slot Where you can put a program S. D. Card and throw it in there? You can use the Lego software earthy. You can download for free. A nice thing is they haven't for chromebooks they have it for windows and Mac and all sorts of stuff Even they even have apps. Yes for your mobile mobile devices. You can program those you can. You can do all sorts of stuff with them and they have light sensors they have. They have the sound sensors. They have color sensors. They I mean they have all sorts of stuff that that you can get into. If you haven't taken a look at Lego robotics they do get pricey. You mean to invest in one kit L.. Say It's a few hundred bucks but the Nice thing about it is you can use is regularly goes with them. So I mean everybody's got legos laying around. Probably you can use with the three stuff. The only thing you really got to invest in is the motors in the sensors and stuff but as far as the actual building parts there legos. So I mean you can. You can work with them. Some of them are a little are little specific to robotics. Most of the time you can pretty much pushes US regular legos. And then it'll work out fine so that's my probably incomplete list of of stuff. If I know there's other things out there Like little bits and Maki Maki which can cover more of the The I was going to talk about him. And I'm like the probably more robotics and programming or coating but they call all output links to them in the show you can take a look at them But those are also also things you might want to take a look at the last thing that I wanNA post. There is a a blog. Post that you'll see it in the show notes that it's kind of like what kind of kind of a weird looking link but it is by far the most complete list of computer programming and coding stuff that I've seen sixty something things on there that resources for coding. And that runs the gamut. I've just touched a few of the ones that I use in class lass but that list is is by far the most complete thing that I've seen Skill crush dot com is the website that it was on and like I. I said I'll put the specific link in the notes on the show notes for you so a couple other.

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"maki maki" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"They clipped her wings that that's a good reason not to clip wing so that words can visit us at the studio we can interview them was on the witness expand. One time for that murder wasn't the actual period or is it was it the series was on. They wanted to get the parrot but then ultimately the judge was like no. You can't bring in the parents maybe it maybe it was like an echo or something. I don't remember echo that isn't that so sad. That pair that comes from the Amazon had to be replicated by an Amazon product. That's true injustice so the end the Swedish conversations they would often describe young men as promising and young women as inexperienced yeah. Doesn't that sure doesn't have every fucking thing yeah. It's like the thing it's a different but the thing on red carpets when there's that thing where they ask if you're a successful man you're the man who's a star. They usually ask the woman he's worth like a real excited or were you excited. If it's the woman who's a star and she's successful baseball. They usually ask her date like. Is this hard for you. Are you doing yeah notice it next time. There's a big red carpet thing because that's what happens I will be like Oh oh God. Is this how you doing is this tougher. You're getting all this attention. Do it all the time it's crazy. I hate everything I truly like and that's it yeah and you call someone. I don't do that and here's the receipts maybe not. I just did it that one. Are you so excited to be here for the woman into the man. It's like how you doing or doesn't doesn't she. Look so pretty. Did you watch always be my. Maybe I haven't they do that and that Oh they do well. It's not as act they actually under they undercut a lot of trophy stuff which I like but it's a good movie yeah I think so here's the thing if you hear an industry whining about ethical practices that are being forced on them just know that this is a straight up tell that they're not doing the right thing right so just be like oh because here's what you do if it was me and was like hey you have to invest in more women founded businesses. I'd be like no problem dude because I'm already fucking doing it if you're sweating it. You're not doing it Maki. Here's what you should do. Maki Maki Rain Ladies K. That's my best advice. I can give to shore yeah absolutely absolutely so from the mouth of Birth County Salvini or whatever Salvini my favorite leader presidents that'd be me at your service. You know I have a friend Mike in the Sierra name but I got a friend and her mom went to therapy once and she came back and she said how mom how is therapy and she goes the therapist..

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"maki maki" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

17:09 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"The does this and so thanks that show the fees and I'm that month so this in fact if you and can Regis started off I was talking to you soon well it's been nine and there's no reason we should something Regis Regis ten hours to some flowers in the now I'm on the you we just number one hit music station because the new the new the new you can go in because he knew that I knew that yeah this is you can you ninety two point five knowledge not when some easy money and nine minutes the phrase that pays new music first right now post Malone goodbyes mean conscious sanctions pleasures nine changing you something to change need to check out the and good it could music station point please yeah thank I think both faith so so so so you can I'm not and the he the room he still see this so you thank you the music station it is good I'm going to take my the book and get away to fun storming Victoria BC see castles Darden's and more save big I clipper vacations when you book clipper round trip and hotel together plus kids are half price at clipper vacations dot com a triple a have sweet nonfat caramel Maki Maki adult Hey Johnny that thought a hamper stock is trying to tap mac is Seattle light so I can tell you about stock his creations.

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"maki maki" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"What we did with our Lynn's on this on this friction Reagan, so on just proved that those ideas were the way to go. It cost a lot to produce the front strat of a Volvo eight fifty but it was worth it. Now, you, you don't have the choice you have to use whatever it is. And nothing every everybody in touring Caro, British touring. Carney way, is, is using similar similar parts think I even know that now but. You take away the, the imagination if you like, and I think that's bad getting. You can't make still make a difference, though, given if you parachutes into the Brits, turn contract and champion and you with, I mean, I'm thinking a couple of years ago you away Romeo Ferraris when you in Taseer, and he's done quite a tale. What reason they in? That's a similar situation where extensively the packages is tried to be kept as, as close to spec as possible compared to something like the TC one. While touring car project the on with Honda. How much can you play about there? And say okay, actually, I know that this is going to work is. I you mentioned the alpha, I mean, that was quite quite an interesting job for me because. For me you have to evaluate what you've got first of all, you have to understand how the car is where is you've been taught with the drivers and so on and so forth, but you have to work with it a little bit to understand it. For, for me on that God, there was some areas which were week. So you once you understand, which areas you want to, to change, or in you, you can suggest it to the team. Normally they, they are positive. And that's what was happening with the TC are alpha. I think if you, if you talked to Andrea belief, for example, he, he drove that car for us in Macau. And he I known Andrea through the rebellion endurance racing team. Fantastic driver. Very, very good driver for me. And when he kind to drive for us in Macau. He said, look this car is as good as any of the other cars out there. But because it was maybe not a high profile team. If you like people look down on a little bit. In the beginning. We had Michaela routine Maki Maki was very good. She's a very good driver. I worked with her in auto GP with supernova, and then she was driving the Ferraris alpha so that relationship was good. That was no doubt about that working with Mickey was good. And. I'm Patiala that she felt the same way, but we have to define, what was what we were able to improve on that car, not downside say what was wrong because. Unlike to say this is all wrong. You know you have to do this, that something else. But if you can improve something then it helps a lot and in that car there were some areas that we focused on and did improve the car is we went through the season. People be amazed by the amount of. You say many teams were for insolently categories, so I worked even signed up in formula. Liane as well. It was it was interesting erica's. That's another one where there is technical innovation. But his all would, let's call so blackbox innovation, if you like is the power train side while the car is kind of there and sat. Yeah. Phone from Nuri. And I got him. Full got involved in formerly with the Ventura team. We had Nick Heidfeld and Stephan. Sarah's Zan in cars. Good. Drivers very good. Drivers. But for me it was it was. I didn't enjoy it. I didn't enjoy the way form. The Ray was. I think it. We couldn't do anything with the with the chassis, if you like okay, the normal.

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"maki maki" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"There. You should have trusted service. It's like George back there behind you're saying don't get mad. Right, right. Yeah. You got to stay home. He's like he's like the guy then Rocky's corner. Yeah. Maki maki. Sure. Get up. Yes. Stay calm. Danny. You can't you can't you can't take the bait. I I think I don't know. Like, I don't know why Dany doesn't have a response to this like. Kazan's right on like, we fought for our independence because this thing all went bad. And we wanted again, are you going to congress? Like, what are you mean to do? I think it's tough question for Dan to answer because her goal her entire life has been take this fucking thrown. Right. And that has always kind of implied. Take the throne and rule the seven kingdoms, right? Not rule the six kingdoms minus the north. Yeah. I wonder if the other thing that might happen is because I've been talking like this prototype democracy with this title night at the seven kings emphasizing seven kingdoms, do you think another way to kind of give the small folk better life that representations to go back to the seven kingdoms? Now, like, the Maistre said that the time of the seven kingdoms was near constant warfare and fighting and struggling and and turf wars and things were were not like all roses when. Everybody had their own. But I wonder I don't know after three hundred years of being unified. Maybe I don't know. I don't know how that works. Yeah. I think there's probably a piece would come about temporarily after everybody said look we banded together. We did this amazing thing we're all going to kind of rule ourselves for a while. There will be peace in the land. But as you see with even the night's watch like the most important of goals and the best of intentions are forgotten over time. And then you kind of go back to businesses usual, and I think, you know, within a couple hundred years, maybe even just a few generations people would be fighting and killing each other again over at rule of the land. So I thought as interesting that. Did appointed Dany constantly being played like she's like really stumbling over pride and choke in anger like when Danny asks or when sands asset like what happens next, what is an entirely reasonable question. She removes her hand from saying like she recoils from Santa's touch like I think the play the B would be like squeezed Santa's hand and be like, hey, we'll figure all that out afterwards sister. But the because that just tell Santa like, whatever you're imagining it's going to probably over version of that. It's a little finger. Inter you're imagine the worst thing she could want right. And that's as soon that's the truth. Yeah. Yeah. It's too bad. Because it would be a lot of fun watching these two Pao around just to slay over the seven kingdoms, but it doesn't seem like that's that's going to happen. But I don't know like Danes got a lot to learn Santa's got a lot more experience dealing with the politics of the seven kingdoms Danny's guy. Oh, yeah. But then again, you drop sands into slavers. How well would she navigate that world? So good question. I do like that. She has been learning by watching, you know, she saw her brother. Murdered essentially for love and she realizes oh this manipulation. And these poor decisions. Are you know, something that men do when they're, you know, they don't have their heads about them, essentially. And she's learning by looking and I think that's what makes a really intelligent character is someone who can grasp things that are happening around them understand the patterns and figure out how to use those things like Tyrian does, bro. And which may be a really great reason for Tyrian in Santa end up together. But I don't know. We'll see. Right. It might get in the way actually because when he returns from winter fell or returns to winter fell to fight for them. Science gives him a teary eyed hug as big thank you. And this is a big moment for theon. I think he's finally accepted into his family at winter fell. Right. You know, he he may he may be an iron born. But he's also a stark..

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"maki maki" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Because that's just very important to me. I've always I've always thought that art should be interactive frustrating that not everything is I brought my daughter to see one of your exhibits at the Carrick in Denver that. Yeah. Since she was thrilled out of her mind. Oh, really that. She could while she could touch the work in she's old enough now where she doesn't have to touch everything that she sees like a toddler would. But the fact that she had permission to interact with the art was thrilling for her, and it was a load off of my mind as well because it had to constantly monitor. It's like, it's okay, you can actually interact with this. What do you think the interactive feature does for the people who are experiencing your art? It's really interesting because the I saw a noted difference between the way children reacted in the way adults reacted consist, probably not gonna sound very surprising. But kids once they were made aware that they could do this would just jump right in there and do it and sometimes to like, I tried to build things to be really durable. But sometimes to a degree where like they would break things. And that's okay. I was fixing things every day. Totally fine. A one parent was like mortified that his kid like Brooklyn at my sculptures. I was like no seriously. It's gonna take me like five minutes to fix us. Like, no big deal. But adults for the most part have had huge amount of trouble. Even when you tell them you can touch it. They would still hesitate. And so then you would sort of like demonstrate for them. So that they could see the cause and effect. It was gonna be before they would feel comfortable enough to touch it or interact with it. I guess it's because we're taught that when you go into a gallery or museum yours, look, you're not supposed to take photos with your phone. You're not supposed to making any noise. And suddenly, I'm like, oh, no, you have to make noise you should use your phone, and you need to touch the thing or nothing's going to happen. Like, you could look at it and take it at face value. But like believe me, it's way more interesting. If you kick it or. Or like wobble it with your hand or so adults much more hesitant kids. Kinda like once they figured it out. They kinda got in there, which was very interesting, and I don't have kids. So I don't know how to I don't know how to relate to them as well as people who have Kim's, obviously. So it's it was interesting to sort of interact with kids in that scenario because I just I don't interact with kids that much in general. And how does the painting come in? Because you said painting, plus technology, those kind of were a started. I had this idea. This was the you know, the beginning of smartphones. Like, I guess the first iphone came out in two thousand seven it was two thousand eight that I started decided to start painting. It was like two thousand eight two thousand nine when there started being apps for the iphone. I I noticed the QR code thing that was happening like people were trying to make it a thing with marketing using it for product information and stuff like that. Which still really hasn't really caught on very well. But it was a really interesting thing. Because like encode whatever information I wanted to in to a bar code that. I could then scan. And once I scan it I can tell the phone, you know, once you scan this make this thing happen. Make noise took you to video give you a procedure or instructions to do something. So suddenly this thing that like at the time not everybody had became became a tool that could be used to interact with art like you can look at it or you can go deeper scan it retrieve more information instructions media audio do more with it. So I thought that was really interesting because again, I'm a nerd, and I hadn't seen anyone do that before I have seen some people do that since. But for the longest time, I didn't see anyone trying to do fine. Art QR codes in it. It just seemed so obvious to me. But I you know, I was I was always looking online for other people that were doing something similar and couldn't find it. So that that was interesting to me. And then part of that is that encoded data can be visual and the QR code is a visualization of encoded data. And so what else can I do with visualizations of in coded data. I can do something that doesn't require a smartphone. Like what I did next breaking music down into components that I could then develop a like a visual vocabulary for to express the musical information visually as a painting, and I could tell and I can have multiple methods. I have I have four methods. That I've used of different sets of vocabulary. So that I can tell you this is what these symbols mean in this is what this Keller means in this is what the size of shapes mean. So that if you look at the painting, you can actually like imagine, oh, it's like a lower note and then a higher note and then a higher note. But then it comes back down to a lower note. So you can get an idea of what this piece of music sounds like just by looking at the painting. It's like going directly from the through your balls into your brain bypassing your ears completely. You are translating what people here into visual art. But the here at the same time is that right eight they may like an in the in this most recent exhibit at the Carrick in June, the music visualizations that I did as paintings. I also gave the visitors away to like either just look and figure it out and read with the you know, how to sort of interpret or there were ways. That they could actually play the paintings using one of the lake numeric methods. There was using the circuit board. That's called them. Maki Maki that you can like hook up to any app on your computer that can be controlled by keyboard, which like the keyboard like the court keyboard, I found a tool that was like a piano that you could control with Gortat keyboard, the circuit board lets you control the keyboard to control the keyboard to make music, but the way the user interacted with it was that there was painted spots on the wall of conductive paint. So that basically

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"maki maki" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Because that's just very important to me. I've always I've always thought that art should be interactive frustrating that not everything is I brought my daughter to see one of your exhibits at the Carrick in Denver that. Yeah. Since she was thrilled out of her mind. Oh, really that. She could while she could touch the work in she's old enough now where she doesn't have to touch everything that she sees like a toddler would. But the fact that she had permission to interact with the art was thrilling for her, and it was a load off of my mind as well because it had to constantly monitor. It's like, it's okay, you can actually interact with this. What do you think the interactive feature does for the people who are experiencing your art? It's really interesting because the I saw a noted difference between the way children reacted in the way adults reacted consist, probably not gonna sound very surprising. But kids once they were made aware that they could do this would just jump right in there and do it and sometimes to like, I tried to build things to be really durable. But sometimes to a degree where like they would break things. And that's okay. I was fixing things every day. Totally fine. A one parent was like mortified that his kid like Brooklyn at my sculptures. I was like no seriously. It's gonna take me like five minutes to fix us. Like, no big deal. But adults for the most part have had huge amount of trouble. Even when you tell them you can touch it. They would still hesitate. And so then you would sort of like demonstrate for them. So that they could see the cause and effect. It was gonna be before they would feel comfortable enough to touch it or interact with it. I guess it's because we're taught that when you go into a gallery or museum yours, look, you're not supposed to take photos with your phone. You're not supposed to making any noise. And suddenly, I'm like, oh, no, you have to make noise you should use your phone, and you need to touch the thing or nothing's going to happen. Like, you could look at it and take it at face value. But like believe me, it's way more interesting. If you kick it or. Or like wobble it with your hand or so adults much more hesitant kids. Kinda like once they figured it out. They kinda got in there, which was very interesting, and I don't have kids. So I don't know how to I don't know how to relate to them as well as people who have Kim's, obviously. So it's it was interesting to sort of interact with kids in that scenario because I just I don't interact with kids that much in general. And how does the painting come in? Because you said painting, plus technology, those kind of were a started. I had this idea. This was the you know, the beginning of smartphones. Like, I guess the first iphone came out in two thousand seven it was two thousand eight that I started decided to start painting. It was like two thousand eight two thousand nine when there started being apps for the iphone. I I noticed the QR code thing that was happening like people were trying to make it a thing with marketing using it for product information and stuff like that. Which still really hasn't really caught on very well. But it was a really interesting thing. Because like encode whatever information I wanted to in to a bar code that. I could then scan. And once I scan it I can tell the phone, you know, once you scan this make this thing happen. Make noise took you to video give you a procedure or instructions to do something. So suddenly this thing that like at the time not everybody had became became a tool that could be used to interact with art like you can look at it or you can go deeper scan it retrieve more information instructions media audio do more with it. So I thought that was really interesting because again, I'm a nerd, and I hadn't seen anyone do that before I have seen some people do that since. But for the longest time, I didn't see anyone trying to do fine. Art QR codes in it. It just seemed so obvious to me. But I you know, I was I was always looking online for other people that were doing something similar and couldn't find it. So that that was interesting to me. And then part of that is that encoded data can be visual and the QR code is a visualization of encoded data. And so what else can I do with visualizations of in coded data. I can do something that doesn't require a smartphone. Like what I did next breaking music down into components that I could then develop a like a visual vocabulary for to express the musical information visually as a painting, and I could tell and I can have multiple methods. I have I have four methods. That I've used of different sets of vocabulary. So that I can tell you this is what these symbols mean in this is what this Keller means in this is what the size of shapes mean. So that if you look at the painting, you can actually like imagine, oh, it's like a lower note and then a higher note and then a higher note. But then it comes back down to a lower note. So you can get an idea of what this piece of music sounds like just by looking at the painting. It's like going directly from the through your balls into your brain bypassing your ears completely. You are translating what people here into visual art. But the here at the same time is that right eight they may like an in the in this most recent exhibit at the Carrick in June, the music visualizations that I did as paintings. I also gave the visitors away to like either just look and figure it out and read with the you know, how to sort of interpret or there were ways. That they could actually play the paintings using one of the lake numeric methods. There was using the circuit board. That's called them. Maki Maki that you can like hook up to any app on your computer that can be controlled by keyboard, which like the keyboard like the court keyboard, I found a tool that was like a piano that you could control with Gortat keyboard, the circuit board lets you control the keyboard to control the keyboard to make music, but the way the user interacted with it was that there was painted spots on the wall of conductive paint. So that basically

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"maki maki" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on OnEducation

"Experience where kids are working collaboratively onto even different levels. You'll have some of the more experienced kids as project managers, and that's been out. It's going to be really cool. Oh my goodness. So it's Monday. It's monday. I think and and you guys just finished back to back toback sessions all in the same room. Thank god. You didn't have to like go places like like to the north hall, which is like to walk from here. So tell everyone a little bit about what you just talked about. If you wanna go through the three three sessions a little bit. All right. So I guess the three sessions were part of the CS firehose. I guess Microsoft. It's parched. It's part has something to do with Microsoft. And I forgive me for not knowing exactly what it is. But so the first session was bringing physical computing to any classroom. Second one was creating in Minecraft you though, Muslim Mike captain code Bill coat builder. And then the third one was our big cooder make code, arcade. Like, what was that called? It's an arcade something. Yeah. And so that's the latest piece of the my make code family. So really it was all about make code which is Microsoft's learn to code tool, which is fantastic, it's free. It's available cross platform, which I love on the physical computing side. I mean, like Cathy was able to show you know, what you can do with the micro bit and the circuit playground. And there are other devices that you could program directly with make code, and then, you know, bridging that next session on Minecraft the things to do with coding in Minecraft with make Kotor pretty awesome. So like think of it, you know, we've got kids already super excited about mine craft. And now, you give them this environment. We want them to learn to code. But why not you know, let it be super relevant to them. So they're coding things to happen in the game. Yes. Which is great and then make code arcade, dictators. Really dug though, we passed around a prototype of a little arcade. Looks like a GameBoy that you can flash the programs too. So kids are. Creating arcade games and actually being able to play him on a physical device. So we're gonna talk about that in a second. But I wanted to talk about I've seen you do this before on Twitter, by the way, we should talk about twitch. This is blowing my mind, but the chickens falling from the sky right is something you've done before. And I think it's so fun. And it was great that everybody. Lively, you get them with that crowd crowd-pleaser for sure. So nothing's purposely save that to the end. Thank you and good night. Without falling from the sky. I was sitting beside Noah, and we were thinking about other frogs and Minecraft no frogs not yet. Because then you replicate that that makes. That's good. So bizarre. So cool, but the device that little little controller those are super cool. Yeah. Yes. Super cool. It's kick it over. And it's so it's so simple. Really? You know, what I mean by today's standards, but it makes so much sense that they were smart enough to make one. But I mean like because it's kind of like, you know, coming. Some like almost like a Maki Maki type thing. But it's, but the beauty is with the screen built in game on it and handing it to your friend. This is the game. I made. I mean, that's just cool. Yes. Yes. So that the vice if people are listening right now, I don't know what we're talking about is basically like a little mini GameBoy. Hey, it's Ross form. Yeah. It is. I mean, there is one available. The brain ring pop. Not pump. No, bring party rain, something not pop. We love brain pop up. But it's not that's not the company that makes this that they do have. So it's improta type..

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"maki maki" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"We have a Trump update very proud of myself. Oh, always. What credible really amazed? I'll be still. You're not again. I don't wear. Donald trump. A couple of things over the weekend. We saw the good commander in chief flipping the coin at the army navy game. The Nacho good over the weekend. Mike Pompeo made the mistake of speaking negatively about the president which lead to this this tweet from the president which we were kind of laughing about over the weekend. A Mike Pompeo is doing a great job. I'm sorry, Rex Tillerson said something negative about the president. Right. Mike upon Pao's. Doing a great job. I'm very proud of him his predecessor and Tillerson had some negative things to say about the president. So he gets this from the president Rex Tillerson didn't have the mental capacity needed. He was dumb as a rock, and I couldn't get rid of him fast enough. He was lazy as HEW L. Now. It's a whole new ballgame great spirit at stake. So Tillerson mistake. So different. Okay. Saying, you know, hey, president. Hey, Tillerson's out there run you down is he gives me somebody bring me a computer. I've got a tweet me my phone with me my Twitter feed. And so when you guys I know the good the bad ugly. This is the president. The president is calling somebody dumb as a rock and lazy as HEW dumbest. Iraq does not have the mental capacity for what was needed pales here to new game. I'm glad that stupid dumb as rock lazy. Tillerson who's gone. Point out. But in truth, alone it hard on this. Well. Don't that's inconvenient. Maybe it wasn't all appeared. Well, based on your point it almost looks like you just made me mad. So anyway, but there you go. All right. So but then on the good side. You know, everything Trump says that he touches and comes into changes making it great again. Well, how about this? Good news. The Trump administration is making school lunches. Great again. I know this is a story today. I thought he'd already done this. Well, I I don't know. Maybe it's this is about to be implemented. Maybe coming. I don't I don't know. I'm like you. I thought well, maybe he said he was going to do it. And now he's done. Well, when does here's the store said he's done it when Michelle Obama was in charge, and they had decided to make school lunches healthier, and they'd cut the caloric intake back, and we it had calls here. Some of our kids and even been involved with the the athletes that we're not getting enough calories. They were starving today. So much the food was being wasted. I mean, we got call after call some kids from parents saying, look, I get my lunch tray just dump it in the garbage. It's just a bunch of carrots and things we're not gonna eat and Trump points this out. He said kids are not eating what's being served. They're not benefiting the food is being wasted. Or actually Sonny Perdue the agriculture secretary. So they have slash regulations. And they are rolling back the school healthier lunch initiative. Now, of course, the Daily Mail dot com. Whoever wrote this article their whole twist on the article in some of the things there's an I have to go back to this. When you're dealing with really anybody because we're all flawed to some extent, but especially dealing with someone might Trump. There's plenty of things that you can hold the president accountable for I disagree with him on that are legit. You don't have to golf from chasing these ridiculous deals because now this story is trying to claim that because he and healthy. He's now have. The whole story of diet coke McDonald's and KFC. Yeah. Like now, the Trump is going to try to make kids eat the way heats. Yeah. That's not what the story. The story is look what Michelle Obama did. With the school lunches was just not thought out. I'm sorry. I mean because we ended up like Bobby said, and this article said speedy said we were talking about with their own kids. You know, if you had a kid government school. I mean, they weren't getting enough to eat. I mean, she didn't take into account those that were staying for athletic after's, and then you know, in the band after cheerleading after any after school activities, and they weren't getting enough food. We were starving kids under the guise of let's make them healthy. And once again, the government saying they're going to be your parents. Did you see all the way keep in mind? This is the same government to develop the department of education said we won't get involved with the daily routine that the scope, right? We're just here to. What do you say about that statement? You won't hear a skier. The government. I'm here to help. Yeah. No, thanks. You do remember all the kids taking pictures to their plight. Trae and put it on social media. It was just it was a not mayor. Look, I know we all need to eat healthier. I, but I don't know that taking a captive audience and giving them a bunch of beans and carrots are going to be the way to get there. Look at the serving sizes we were well that that's part of it too. Well, so now, but this is the same group that I if I'm not mistaken, Rick didn't we cut out PE classes mandatory stuff like that too. Now. Don't miss this. Stay with me. I'm not trying to get ahead of you here. But you stay with me. So here's what we're saying. We we told a whole generation that that playing is too dangerous. There's too much out there that's main and ugly. And then we cry on TV about why kids are fat. I mean, we got to be the only country. They could literally say we're trying to make it work. And then we start telling kids to go out and play again and start trying to get play for sixty minutes. And then they're looking around. I thought. I mean, it's all you took away all the games that are made us want to go out and play play, tag, dodgeball. Can't play this game play hide and seek. I mean, what are we gonna do stand around? And look at each other. Let me tell you do red Rover glisten, I learned a lot of lessons. I learned a lot of lists from being there shaking in fear when Martine scream red Rover red Rover, sin big male. Rod. Just praying did not run between you whoever you are. Taught me a lot about life. Can I tell you? How many times in life big has been running throughout life? You got to be able to stand in there and take it. Right. And then somebody said raise your arms up close lined big male. He can't get three right? Let me tell you something. I don't slow him down. We're then we've said it's a thousand times thousand make it through but the head mall. You know, what I think children can survive having a launch it feels. Okay. And now we've added now we've added back we're noodles. Controversial noodles on each row. So so so noodles biscuits and tortillas can now be put back in. And of course, the Daily Mail dot com. Wants us. No, no. These are mainly RA RA. These are these don't have much nutritional value. Luke Trump's doing pretty good. What's he seventy two seventy three? Me in pretty good health wing dead asleep listening this week. I can't believe that they're saying. Yeah. I'll bet you gun right there. A tortilla you you know, what I mean to be ready to go. He's denied himself noodles and biscuits. And absolutely not. No. I've told Greg to be nice because he's not going to get anything if he acts. Greg don't get on the naughty list. Guess waste waste your breath. Greg Burgess has been on the naughty list. It's not seventy nine. I mean what a waste of time now. So anyway, so anyway, making lunches great again. That's that's that's that's what the article said. We used to have great launches. Well, I don't know are very healthy for a captive audience. I mean when we got the ability to go off campus, we went just without sharp to do that. But I was not I was not. So you know, course, isel traumatic me talking about launches ruined. Our our our school lunch format for generations with the with the food fight also nineteen seventy nine which is where Greg one on the knowledge, but but I will say this. I remember telling a friend of mine that thoughts he said, and I really I really don't know. Everybody's upset about western staking gravy. And you know, what you know, what I finally had to tell him Maki Maki. We disliked the gravy. This is not meet what we're eating here is I think he's made on cereal or something that this is not make every Friday had fish. You know, you need. The catholic. Right. And, but you know, the thing I like was the instant potatoes. Oh, yeah. That oscar. And it went on went on the west. Now when they came up with all the cartel land. You remember? We we get two pieces of pizza and French fries. That was good because you know, me. As a little jumps to get over. I like the regular format. They once they have. So we had mystery me Winston. Pretty standard. That was it. That would be enough gravy will make it out abroad. But you watch up getting shorter. What do you mean? Bobo? Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent lightning storm here to describe the event a TV tray. I was watching football and holding a plate of Meatloaf win. Bam a bolt of lightning slams into the.

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"maki maki" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"maki maki" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Been be taking is this mystery animal we'll guy rose ever learned to walk casually find out in two of this episode next week brought to you by blue cereal the only real that makes you say ooh i don't feel good we'll be right back this messages sport you support for this podcast and the following message for parents come from stony field organic kids if you like organic stuff and your kids like yummy stuff stony field makes it easy with a whole bunch of organic yogurt treats like convenient cups pouches smoothies and tubes they're always ready to go best of all stony field is made without the use of toxic persistent pesticides artificial hormones antibiotics or gmo's if you're ready for yum visit stoney field dot com slash npr support also comes from maki maki an invention kit for everyone by turning everyday objects into computer controllers maki maki teaches kids how things are made and how to build their own ideas maki maki encourages you to think of your world as a construction kit and inspires you to create with everyday objects learn more at maki maki dot com i'm linda holmes there's more stuff to watch these days than you can ever get too that's why we make pop culture happy hour twice a week we give you the lowdown on what's worth your time and what's not find pop culture happy hour on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts that's it back to the show.

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"maki maki" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"maki maki" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Action or keystroke in this case to unlock some action on your computer. So specifically, Maki Maki lets you hooking alligator clip to banana, and when you touch the banana, it pushes the a key on your keyboard if you've hooked to the a part of the Maki Maki. Well, now you can Google the word piano. And if you go the word piano or online piano, you'll come up with all kinds of websites with online pianos built into them. And if you type onto your keyboard a SDF G you'll play like though Ramey you'll play the major scale. Well, now if you touch that banana, that was hooked to the you are pushing the key. In fact, the computer or the laptop, it doesn't. No, you're not pushing the achey. It just thinks you're pushing the achey. So you touch the banana, and you play Doh and then you hook up five more bananas and now. Now. Piano. Oh, Mike, Jay. Why? Bananas? How did the idea of a banana piano enter your brain? It's so cool. Are the apple of the creative, playful world and so-. Banana is our symbol. Oh, I love that. Also, bananas are what happened? You know, bananas represent mistakes. They represent silliness, and that's how you make these discoveries. So you know better a banana piano. Then then something that it's supposed to be, you know, better than you know, piano, piano. Pinot Pinot fixed medium. China's right. You can rearrange them and now you're you're out of order or you can stack them on top of each other. What if he put Domi? So on top of each other and you touch that stack, you've played accord. So this is rearrange -able and reconfigure, and it could be forks instead of bananas or instead of a piano, you could pull up your favorite video game by googling it, and then you can take some Plato and hook them up in such a way that represents a game controller, hook up the arrow keys to the Plato. And now you've made your own Plato game controller. 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Then when they hit the blocks above their heads with their fists, a connection, electrical connection was made, and it gave them points and played a sound effects of them rowing or planes. Oh my gosh. Just like a real life like Mario brother slack line platformer slack line. Mario? Yeah, that's. I was having a time. Apparently I'm hungry because you as we're talking about banana pianos and all I could think about was like what happens when the bananas go bad. And then I was like, oh, banana bread. So I was very excited that music could turn into banana bread of sizes. Isis. A bread, slice it into slices in a wack arrangement, and now turns out banana bread is conductive to because we've set the conductive threshold at twenty mega Ohms. Oh my God, half of the things in the world are less than the whole world is a circuit. Okay. Mic my mouth is just hanging. So I. So I have to draw at least a connection in my mind. You tell me whether it's a real one that you're PHD is from the MIT media lab, lifelong kindergarten. And I just I feel like banana pianos and intendo controllers out of Plato feel like something that I would have maybe come up with in kindergarten, and then you know, had shaken out of me by by middle school. What is that lab? What? What brought you there for your PHD and lifelong kindergarten? Is that a thing? Yes, it's the sense. Incredibly alab is just a, it's like a mistake. It's like all of the misfits came together with nNcholas Negroponte's crazy idea. And Jerome Wiesner is crazy idea and created this lab where you don't publish. You don't publish Paris. You demo. Or you die demo or die. You're there in the middle of the night with other people trying out your crazy idea and laughing. When I, I dropped out of electrical engineering PHD program at MIT. I was going to just stop going to MIT, but I got introduced to rosbif heart at media lab and she said, oh, well, what do you do for research? They said research, I'm done with research. I don't do research and she said, well, she, but she was pretty smart professor. So she knew the right question. She said, well, what do you do at night for fun? Well, I created this really cool like computer vision like face manipulation face worker, the call, the emotional DJ and I take it the clubs, and while people are spinning point, the webcam at people's faces and tweak their facial expressions in real time by recognising where their mouth and eyes are, and then bending them with like a meshwork like algorithm. And so I. Around with with fun, the digital media apps and creating my own digital signal processing application. She's like, she's like, whoa, you realize this is research, right? This has applications and autism has applications in emotional research and effective. In fact, my group is called affect of computing. I'm like, wait, you do say, this is research and she's like, yeah, I'm like, no, this is just me messing around. So I'm like, we'll sign me up and for the next eight years. Join lifelong kindergarten. Like you said, headed up by mattress, neck and lifelong kindergarten might sound like just for fun, and it really really was fun being there, but it's actually really a serious discipline where the question is, okay, if building blocks finger paints are so good for six year olds, developmentally appropriate there, generative and creative and open ended, and emotional and healing, and also forms the intellect and forms the connection to the hands and and all these things. Then why don't we have more building blocks and finger paints for nine year olds, and sixth graders, high schoolers and people in the working world. And for people in colleges, lifelong kindergarten is trying to answer the question is what would be the building blocks and finger paints for older people. I love that so much. I need to go back because I heard a very juicy phrase which is dropped out when I dropped out of electrical. So can you just take take us back to that point where you pursuing electrical engineering at MIT and then and then just said, research is not writing. Well, electrical engineering assist, beautiful discipline where you move electrons around a now. Electrons have become digital, and so you're, you're analyzing information, music videos, the most beautiful things we've created. All of art can be digitized in some form or other most of it can. And now you get to manipulate that basically manipulate art on the fly. So it's this beautiful discipline. However, the cultural culture around, it just wasn't a fit for me. And I had interned at Lincoln labs and I had made this really cool robot that could. I'd helped make this really cool robot that could walk through the forest autonomously and I'm like, what goes on top of the robot and they're like, oh, you know, like probably a gun or something, and I'm like. Are you serious breezy as. And there's other, you know, there's this culture of corporate corporate profiteering which isn't always bad. But as we've seen in late capitalism can often be really terrible and this culture of of warmongering that electrical engineering enables in in many of its applications and and there's also a culture of right and wrong, multiple choice answers and fishing see over beauty, and that just didn't work for me. So I couldn't be in the culture as beautiful as the art west. So I'm so fascinated about this idea of Plato for adults because I feel as though and so much of my own creative profession I have had to unlearn so much of what I learned in school, and I was someone who was really good at school and then became an adult and found out that some of that's useful. A lot of it's not so useful. So I'm so fascinated. You have gone into companies and you have given workshops to practice the idea. Of smashing, electronics, and everyday objects together. You were the first ever maker research scientist at Intel. What have you discovered J about company culture and creativity and how we can pull some more of this into our adult lives will. There is a lot to permission and there is a lot to people feeling some sense of wildness. There's an intuition that comes with an undomesticated permission to try something new. And if you want people to discover something, it's almost cliche. Now you have to fail, you have to find dead ends. They're part of the map. And like I said before. And what I found is that the culture is created by the people in the company and by the leaders. And I guess if the leaders are willing to be vulnerable, if the leaders are willing to try new things, but but these things are hard to maintain in large companies and overtime. So you know, you know, the phrase is, oh, it was cooler last year. Well, yeah, things are cooler last year because as organizations age, they're inherently less flexible, less less provocative, they have more at stake, you know. So this is just the nature of things that's not necessarily bad. We don't need to change Intel. If you enjoy being at Intel, then work at Intel. If you enjoy the spaniels between jobs at Intel, then then start your skunkworks do things without asking for permission, and if someone finds out about it, well, you'll either get fired or promoted depending on how the work. So you know, always do your best work and always create beauty and people will appreciate it. And if that means you need to get fired from your existing job. Well, I mean, assuming that you know your mortgage is in like two tight or in your don't have too many kids. That's actually totally fine, right? You're pushing you to the next place you. You need to be there helping you demagnetize from that place. And then if you're open to it, then there's new magnets everywhere, new cultural magnets, ready to suck you into a new adventure. I love that too. I have to ask. What was your childhood? Like was there ever question that you would study our science in college? How did you land on electrical engineering? What did your parents do? I just I need more information. My parents are like mission driven, so there I was born to a pack of hippies. My dad started on food co op. And and their mission. And literally the mission statement of that coop is food for people not for profit, and they believed that you could awake in your body and awake in your mind and feel better and create community by buying an eating like it didn't used to be called organic food because also it used to be somewhat or going in. And sharing organic and healthy foods that help build your body and build your mind and don't wear you down. So and my mom is

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