17 Burst results for "Marc Newson"
"marc newson" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Pounds sled. and. Viper one, thirty, three addition. Ta. Thirty one, eight, I think. P One and this motherfuckers doing it five thousand pounds crazy and. Turbo just seven, twenty, nine, hundred. Mattis with. This thing was barely tuned. The guys driving are the engineer. Like they're you know? Not. That I know how to grow in Laguna that. Well, what I've sat in the passenger seat Randy does it and I'm like Oh leaving five seconds. The second. They're leaving a half second. They're you know they don't take the racing the rate, the pro driver long. Suicide, line around the track there is. Two. Wheels are always off the track. Yes. Well, I was telling the Guy I'm like look intern six. You see that Green Cement on the wrong side of the rumble strips. That's. Anywhere. You put cement down pavement. They drive on it you go inside the corkscrew now. visine Nardi Line is just the line. So. Crazy, and then they they popped off a nine to quarter-mile Oh my God. That's fucking Boogie, and on the wrong tyres they had on the the standard tires. The one that was going on that car with like wide had like three, twenty five. So it's GonNa be a cool company they they gotTA start selling cars. Yeah. But I feel like I I. I feel like what I've seen them. I liked yeah. They keep inviting I got invited to whatever it was. You got invited to should've gone I I just don't have the time if I'm not driving the God damn car. That's what I said. I said call I said, please please please call me when I can drive the car. I just don't have the fucking time. If I'm not driving the car right I, don't have a magazine to write a story interview right? You know what I mean. You would've liked it. I'm telling you would've liked it has nothing to do with liking it. I can't just do shit I like I after tuition. Money doing once in a while. But with the other thing that was cool. was there all giant watch nerds? See Now we're talking. Yeah. So I don't know if this is all I can just say who cares if I get in trouble for this Bailey's can't imagine it. Whatever you're gonNA say is going to matter it won't I don't think if they have an IPO because right now Saudi money if they have an IPO, they're all going to some like vintage watch store and Silicon Valley to celebrate the IPO everyone's like buying something. Cool. So really so I was like Oh you know where they're going yeah I'm sure you H, q Milton, which is by by we're bringing trailer headquarters. I. Believe That's correct. But and yet appointment don't just show up there folks you gotTa make an appointment. I guarantee though making no elusive people talking about the fans all August cooling HQ, Milton Yeah because you need an appointment to go try to walk in doesn't work. Now that's that's I like places like that. Fuck off. That's great. Yeah. So anyways, yeah. So like they're like totally crazy watch geeks, it was really fun except Air Talk to them about watches. Yeah. Except for Derek designer who actually wears an Apple Watch, he's the only one that makes sense he would well I. I always think designers are going to have the kookiest watches but he well either they do or they're they want to be connected to. Their cad in their jobs and their pack and stuff. Yeah. No, I mean Marc? Newson. Very. You know designer of the designer of the Apple Watch also designed some cars designed plenty of industrial products and the Ikea pod which I have in love very much. Yes. Looking at apple watches last night afraid you were because I was looking for something I need to watch they can wear on at work. I had I probably like sweat into too much So they gotta be cool to have one. That's like you know can have maps on it and has an L. Timid always I can wear backpacking and stuff all the ones that can do that are really really expensive and a lot of the reviews were like just not as good as it. Also more like well, see garment one. Yes, really good. But it's three hundred dollars more than an Apple Watch and the only thing it has on it really is the battery lasts longer, which it does that might be the most important thing because I have an apple watch which all I use it for is to find my iphone. IPHONE beep. But the battery last twenty, four hours that sucks. Does, take it off. I think we need to handle your watch situation something more appropriate. Garmon, is actually really sick. Not. Not But I know people likely, League Devereaux, for instance. Pat. DEVEREAUX has a garment and like he just says it's the greatest thing so not and I've actually think for digital watch it looks really does. Yeah. I'm not GONNA do it. You don't have to do it but if Zach once. Whatever he can you know but if he goes to. Watch. We're never going to see him again. He's off our team at all I. See what you're saying I know we're not going to see him on the side. I got mine free out he gave it to me so. Audi has tried to get me out. With me yet I gave it away on Instagram you did yeah. I, did kept my to. Check the I don't judge people for keeping it but I I like to give it away. I was excited for two days and I'm like it doesn't do anything and I don't really care when he steps fifteen. Oh. If I keep it next to my bed in the same spot on the charger I can find my iphone ever. At first I thought that new ekg thing was really cool. But I I read a story this morning that the your insurance rates go up go. It's not particularly accurate and like a bunch of people are going to the doctor, thinking may have heart problems only to be like actually your Apple Watch subsidies compared to proper E. Casey I. Thought it I do worry though about like wearable technology we're like now they're just doing its thing it even more data and like well, why medical insurance rates spike? Oh, you're watching they tried to get me to do that fuck and dangle in your car thing for like lower your rates I was like Nah Nah. Nah. Kathy motherfucker. So the loop back to finish off. Yes. Because we've we've now tangent to. Yeah. Who Cares? That's what we do on the show we tangent. Good. When fucker they can actually. It's actually it's actually soon I think I wanNA say like April of twenty one you can get one delivered because he thinks so I yeah I mean they're going GonNa.
"marc newson" Discussed on Plant Of The Week
"Now, here's Fred. Good Morning Ohio Gardeners and I think all must tell you that our gardening season just got shortened a bit five hours ago. Dawn game. I. Have concluded that there is a great power in the open heart of my lawn here at the House it says thirty three my lawn out of thirty feet and so forth from the house is saying differently, there's a gray gray gray paillart I don't know whether that's everywhere. But let's just say that here at In the center of city we're getting to be shorten time for gardening many things being bring on in many things it will persist with color. That's good. But in the meantime there's a chill in the air however do follow the fall colored. There's a lot of it and let's enjoy it. Well, I had to search around under the seats in my car this morning and find my scraper. That's it's it's almost inevitable. It's the middle of October. It's totally anticipated. However, I'm not sure that I'm quite ready to enjoy it yet. Now I don't I don't think I'm ready and I think I. Think there went my impatience. That was at it. There's a good chance that when it gets around ten o'clock twelve o'clock this afternoon that you're going to see the patients looking little brown a little timid. edges burned, and then the whole thing will go kaput I think it's time for some cleanup at my house I. Don't know sitting alongside for an hour this morning I am Marc Newson, our plan studios and Fred. How many things in color this morning Walmart even though we're dealing with. A. Seasonal End I have twenty things in color. Now I I've cheated a little bit where I normally mentioned just rudy's and and perennial plants I in that twenty eight I had two baskets of beautiful yellow begonias. I'm counting them as I look around in the garden, and it's almost always going to happen the little sweet alyssum that I planted in the spring that looks good until the end of June then it gets too hot it kind of fades away. Well, it's back in glory right now and I think he will probably survive this Shall we say drop in temperature the witch Hazel my birthday trie is in full. Bloom now it has defoliated over this past week, which is a bit of a loss however then unmasked one of the best flooring periods for that tree in many many years now. So there are a lot of things happening If you left the Canada which we spoke of last week, they're probably going to be ready to dig and dry at this point because I'm not certain to get out there look around but I have a hunch mine have been touched by frost enough that that will stop them flowers. You're probably gone were there yesterday and all that kind of thing but then this spectacular nature of Goldenrod, the brilliance of Santa. On and on and on is just still a glorious season. Well, we have a lot to talk about this morning on plant talk and we're glad that you joined us. So stick with US Fred's plan to the week is coming up next we're just getting started on the program and we hope you enjoy.
"marc newson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"King like not having a preseason. Ah, glut of key injuries and having their scheduled turns sideways because the other team's players are testing positive for the virus. Yeah, it all sucks the progress than complain, or they could adapt. The Miami Marlins of the ST Louis Cardinals just did during the baseball season. Both those teams had to deal with a bunch of positive test it turn in the late season doubleheaders talk about a tough schedule. Yet instead of griping, both knees buckle down Intern playoff spots. We're being honest. There's a lot of folks do a lot more serious problems than losing a week off from football practice. It's up to the Broncos their players to buckle up. Overcome these adversities make 40th season that counts for something. I'm Marc Newson. That's connections. Corner. Thanks CSF, Colorado Springs cumulus stations. From the odds, traitor dot com Studios sponsored by overdrive Marketing. This is extra sports 1300. This is your aunt's trader dot com Sports update sponsored by overdrive Marketing I'm at West with your odds, traitor dot com Update. Broncos Running back Melvin Gordon was back at practice today. Now that's after his Dubai earlier this week. Vic Fangio says any punishment the team would give Gordon would come after the NFL has handed down their punishment. Now, this does mean Most likely see him in the Broncos Patriots game this Sunday. Also some other news from the league, the NFL is implementing a policy. That means staff and players will have to quarantine if they exhibit symptoms of covert 19, even if they test negative could mean the flu. The cold, whatever they still have to quarantine NFL chief Medical Officer Allen still says. Says that they want to stay on the side of caution with things and this could mean more missed practices and games for teams across the league. An MBA news former Denver Nugget in Colorado Buffalo, Chauncey Billups landed the lead assistant job under Ty Lue. Tyler's signed a five year deal to become the next head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers. Now Philips previously had his eyes on general manager jobs around the league. It was also rumored for the Pacers head coaching job Also right now in baseball. We've got Game five of the CS under way Astros and raise looking at the scores right now. The Astros are ahead 3 to 2 in the fifth. Also later tonight, we have game four of the NLDS Dodgers are going to send Clayton Kershaw to the mound, try to even up the Siri's at two games apiece. Now Kershaw, he was scratched from his game to start with back spasms. Earlier this week. First pitch is going to be at 608, Matt West with your odds trader dot com update odd straighter dot com Where the pros go Toe Handicap sponsored by overdrive marketing. God's trader dot com drive time.
"marc newson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Wimbledon, the British Open in college baseball NHL in MBA almost immediately opted for the bubble thing, which worked out perfectly. I was at the benefit time, like the NFL in college football and still had trouble figuring out exactly what to do. Major League baseball stroll to find some common ground with players on exactly how to handle things, but in the end manages 60 game schedule. It wasn't pretty or easy. Fortunately, they made one really great decision to expand their postseason. After the first wild card round of these playoffs. We ended up with four perfect postseason interventional matchups between heated rivals. The Braves made the upstart Marlins the Yankees take on surprising Tampa, Houston and Oakland will bring some bad blood to the ballpark. The Dodgers and Padres. Go, Toto! It's all must see TV. It's funny how When you take a big swing, you can end up hitting a home run by Marc Newson. That's connections Corner. You're in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like online skills. Tests, which led a candidate show that they're the right higher will also have a dolphin chatter excitedly in front of the perfect candidate. Okay, there's no dolphin. But skills tests That's it for sure, See why independent research by Silk Road chose indeed delivers three times more higher than any other job site, visit indeed dot com slash promo today and get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first posting terms, Conditions and exclusions apply CSF Colorado Springs Cumulus From the odds trader dot com studios sponsored by Overdrive Marketing. This is extra sports 1300. This is your odds. Trader dot com Sports Update sponsored by overdrive Marketing All right, well things not looking good for the Oakland athletics. The Houston Astros have taken an 8 to 5 lead going into the bottom of the eighth inning. Carlos Correa, Everybody's favorite shortstop, has homered twice. In this game. Including a solo shot to make it 8 to 5, and unless the A's Khun turn things around in the last six outs, the Astros were going to go up one game to none on Oakland game later this evening in about an hour will be the Yankees and the Rays. Gerrit Cole against in our in snow, Blake. Snow. Who's Ian Snow? Blakes. Now s O pretty good pitching matchup. Rays have won eight of 10 meetings this season. Yet the Yankees Prohibitive favorites in Vegas and then getting underway. In mere moments. The Kansas City Chiefs host the New England Patriots Cam Newton out Brian Hoyer in Chiefs at opening kick 11.5 point favorites. That game is on CBS.
"marc newson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Now there's a debate going on on Twitter. Involving our good friend Marc Newson, and some more sabermetrics guys about Garrett Hanson's ability in center field. I'll just say this Kevin Poole are His defense in center field is equal to Or greater than Garrett Hampson. We'll put this way. Kevin Poole are is just as good of a defensive center fielder as Garret Hansen is But Kevin Poo R is also a better hitter. Then guaran Hampson is And you always and look you all its. They traded a player to be named later in cash. Okay, It's They needed David Dolls. Her. Charlie Blackmon is The defense of liability or just just doesn't cover as much ground as he needs to. I'll say that But I mean, I like both of these moves. I mean, that we can argue about him saying whatever they got Kevin Poole are for like nothing. And he's good defensive center fielder and he's got a little pop in his back. I like both moves. Now that's from the baseball perspective. There's another aspect of this. Where if you Google Kevin Pilar, Um, you will see that Kevin Polar had some interesting statements lately, including but not limited to Ko. I don't think right now, as a country, we should be necessarily identifying individual groups of people that need to be uplifted kind of in all lives matter. Rebuttal to black lives matter. Um, that came after the Red Sox plan. Their protests like every team across Major League baseball did. But I'm sure Kevin Polar and Daniel Murphy can talk about marginalizing certain groups of people in this country in the dugout. But from a baseball perspective. Good move, both of them Givens, especially but Pilar's. You could move as well. But you look at the the Rockies What are these moves for? You know Givens is somebody Hey, if you catch if Givens can keep up in Camden Yards is a similar Ballpark, two cores except for the altitude, of course, and that sounds like a Still the same. And what makes Coors Coors is the altitude but the dimensions it's just it's Similar For Michael Givens, and that's why his numbers for the Orioles You feel like they're translatable, adding a little bit of inflation because he's pitching at altitude half the time. Look, if he hits the rocky should hang on to him. Right, Kevin. Pour Feels like it filling, you know, just a rental player. With David. All injured and everything like that. But what these two moves are, for the most part is to hang on to one of the wild card spots, which they have right now. I think if we've learned anything this weekend, it's that the San Diego Padres are clearly a better team. Fernando Totti's junior is going to haunt the Iraqis for The next decade. He's going to become the new Matt camp. He's at every turn. He's going to crush the Rockies. I could just feel it not to mention that he's on the same team as well. Meyers, who was the new Mac camp before for an end of Matisse, was the new man camp. So I guess tha T's is the new new Mackin. And this is a young Padres team loaded with talent. That made a flurry of moves most of them I'm not Most like Moreland and Castro and stuff those air those air moves. For now, this is the Padres going for it and good for the feigns of San Diego. That their team is finally Tryingto win for the first time in forever..
"marc newson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Body repair stores respect our Colorado health care workers and first responders right now at participating stores CARSTAR is offering a free cleaning and sanitizing treatment for their personal vehicles call for an appointment and then upon arrival present your name badge or ID echostar they're taking an aggressive stance to safeguard the health and safety of their gas with no contact estimates no contact vehicle drop offs and pickups cars store will keep it safe and simple to find a car store location near you go to car star dot com the end it was the first leg to pull players off the court in response to covert nineteen now the first one to lock down a concrete plan to resume play and finish off will always be an Asterix seasoned regardless forget home court road trips they're literally be no traveling for the rest of the NBA season instead everyone goes to Disney world for a tournament that starts at the end of July it could last a couple of months at least you'll be must see TV for sure in fact that's the only way you'll see it give the league credit for creativity they can make this season member for good reason not just a bad one but you have to be concerned about the idea of having a one month break in between the season the next meeting the top teams and top players reach the finals this year will play over one hundred games in a nine month span before next year's post season even begins damaging next season the suburbs this one let's hope it's a gamble that pays off I'm Marc Newson and that's gluten corner CSF Colorado springs live from Olympic city USA this is extra sports thirteen hundred the following is an exclusive presentation of extra sports thirteen hundred is different is created in southern Colorado it's time live in local sports talk show he's basically irresistible to people for the same reason pretty much only worked at a carnival is just proof of self to himself he has no shame it's called here's your host Ryan Kaufman.
"marc newson" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Used five cannon five d two bodies for like six hundred dollars and just like the camera that Ted was talking about before the Film Camera. A Five D mark to will still shoot like a twenty megapixel plus a frame shoots raw it. You have the unlimited Canon Lens Catalog and you can do ten video on it as well. And they're like seven hundred bucks for the body on craigslist. Plus whatever glass you want yeah. I I recommend if anyone's getting into their first start with that fifty That that Prime. Fifty one point eight the candidate makes it is such a bulletproof little ends. You can't fuck it up The the actual Glass Element is recess. So even if you can't afford to put a filter on it you're not going to scratch it like it's it's just an awesome little ends and a teaches you photography and because fifty millimeter you've got to remember is the same. Focal length is what you're icees so you end up learning how to take pictures without even taking pictures so trains your eye to always be thinking in terms of pictures and then when you start looking into other a focal length or you know if you start off with if that's a problem. He started with a kit. Lens is your is your passing all of these different focal lengths without really learning. Any of them so you you don't know if you buy an eighteen to seventy five. What eighteen really you know. What eight hundred seventy five feel like you. Don't what thirty five fifty seventy feel like. And those are really crucial lens folk links that will end up being used for everybody forever. Typical goal O- Chap me says Thanks for keeping the content going sentimental value aside things. Watch question for Mateusz. If you could keep only your explore to or your Pepsi. Which one would you keep. Oh if I could only keep one Me personally if I could only wear one. Watch for the rest of my life my rolex explorer to forty two millimeter is the most comfortable wristwatch. I have ever worn and I would keep that good one ted. I bought a new watch yesterday. I don't Wanna I don't really I don't really I don't. I'm nervous not nervous I. I'm a little embarrassed barris. I'm a little embarrassed about it. Because not because of the watch per se because I really liked the watch. I'm embarrassed because I was influenced I was influenced by and you're under the answer. I was not under the influence but I was definitely influenced by something. I saw a celebrity wearing and it's not a celebrity I like and so But you're fan design so you would like it. I bought an Ikea pod. Himmy pods which is a fucking. I saw Khania wearing on the coverage G. Q. And I went. I got influenced by Konya. But you're influenced by Connie stylists. I think has a relationship with Marc Newson. He does so you got you got influence my Mark News. And don't don't don't get it twisted for that. Yes I saw that photo and yes. I've a huge fan of mark's and a huge of Matama few times incredible guy But that that watch. It's also why I love the apple on the Apple. Watch so much. Those ipod watches. There's so much Ike pod. Dna in the apple. Watch exactly the way. The rubber strap wars was on the watch. That is the rubber shop that comes on the Apple Watch. There's so much love in watchmaking in both those watches. And it's done by somebody who I think is one of the greatest Designed directors of all time. So the black wine with the dial one of the right that that's the one I bought It looks just like that so for those who have no idea what I'm talking about. There's a guy named Marc Newson. You've probably never heard of him but you've probably heard of his most famous design the Apple Watch. Okay Nineteen ninety-seven the iphone the iphone. Yeah okay ten years before either of those nine hundred ninety eight. He's working with a company called Ikea pod and he designs this. It's called the Hemi pod This is the one I bought. It has a metal. Bracelet has a really cool for sub dial movement. Connie as was solid gold. Because he's fucking Connie and I don't have that kind of scratch but Zach. Go back and find one. That has the rubber bracelet on it because the Rubber Bracelet. When you see it on it and you go. Oh that makes sense that it looked to the right on the right side of the page. That is the Apple Watch bracelet. It's the exact apple. Watch rubber bracelet and you can see. Oh this is the grandfather a the Apple Watch. And so I'm I'm kinda stoked on it. Yeah cool it's like it. Have you noticed that the the velcro strap like the One? I have in mind Dishes meal. Strap Oh is it. Oh how interesting sells if he sells for three thousand. I'm wearing velcro right now. I've got I'm wearing a the Belen. Ross bronze diver on loan from crowning caliber. Which has a nylon and velcro strap? It's kind of interesting but I'm really stoked. I appreciate the Ikea pod. I'm super super stoked on and got the black rubber bracelet for it to looks like a very special thing happening right now in London. Apm every Wednesday. The whole city stops what it's doing and they cheered in the streets for the chest. The Health Service here xactly cool. Awesome while there's like thousands of people out the streets banging products really. Can you take US outside? Can we hear it? Yeah let's see. Let's see if we can hear the people cheering for the National Health Service in England. Ain't nobody cheering in. La But we'd is an essential service so we're oh yeah that's cool. They do that in New York to seven. Pm monoclonal people who are like shaming Ted for not English are so shaming. It'd love making up north very special to see that on the. Uk's worries awesome Go National Health Service start next Russian. Yeah very cool Can you recommend a watch for a college Grad Gift for my son? He's six foot five budget around seventeen hundred bucks vintage or new well six-foot five probably means big wrists and big wrists mean big watch cases and that probably doesn't mean vintage not a lot of vintage watch is. GonNa look good on someone six-foot-five they were smaller right back. Small Master speedmaster Ted is on point speedmaster or or seamaster used Omega speedmaster. Seamaster BE YEP definitely or bell and Ross you gotTa Use Belen Ross. Yeah Nice Big Square case forty five millimeter. Forty seven millimeter. Those look good on big tall guys too. Yeah I I also love those kind of the Paul knew many looking graphs. They've done over the years so the new ones the round ones. Yeah Gorgeous the equality is really really high for what you got. I think the dollar they make They make a nice piece Wildly says asks tweeted thoughts on Funky Gear selectors what was wrong with just a simple sliding lever on the console or the column. Is there any benefit we've seen like Honda has there's on the Dash Pints push-button back in the day was terrible? Well I think you know at a certain point right. We went from an automatic gear lever at one point we had a cable on it or a linkage physically went into the transmission once that became no longer thing it freed you from needing a traditional lever and so a. Lotta automakers went well. Why Use a traditional ever? We just really need a switch of some kind or buttons and we put Cup holders here instead so it. I think it's actually kind of a reasonable thing that they would try and find either. Space Saving or stylistically. Innovative ways to select gears. Frees up the like the Talbot. Lago Pre selector gear Yeah dirty you're are no I I. I watched it being driven at the Monterey historic Two years ago by Three years ago Fi. What's his name? The big collector who has all the Bugatti. Peter Mullen Peter Mullen. Yeah the the pre selectors from back in the day. Were very cool. Cord had a really good pre selector as well. It looked like an h pattern. Shifter there was kind of attached to the steering column. And you'd move it to the next gear you want and then you push the clutch in and out and the pushing in of the clutch would actually change the gear to whatever you'd pre-selected kind of weird. It was very cool. It was like you're typing in the phone number for the year. You Want Yes oh there yes. Exact- punching on the right side of the steering wheel there and you can actually see the The Pre selector lever and the years. So you would move the lever before you even touch the clutch and then you punch in and it would open and close they having a Butler enters its great exactly very successful in the race track because it was just so much smoother. And you weren't crunchier so you're gearbox would last longer. It's I'm actually surprised that that system didn't stick around longer or become the dominant system. It seemed like it was it. The high dramatic that fully killed killed pre selectors. It might have been. Will you forget the Porsche's Boorda Matic was a pre select the fucking sport a matic? I forgot about that. I never June one of them have you. Yeah they're funky but they They were developed erasing the they they developed it 'cause reduce gearbox where an accidental like pre shifting or You know in a precinct grow era or very early. Synchro era you. You didn't have synchromesh era. We did have a lot of room for error if you're like ripping for ten thousand kilometers on the number or whatever it is yeah so yeah it was a very cool thing Ed Mellow has a question. He thinks he drives three to four hundred miles per day. What what aftermarket seats would we recommend for guy experiencing similar problems? That Matt Zach had Oh man three to four hundred miles fuck. There's not much is going to help you there. Buddy that's a that's a big commitment man but recall that along all driver. It's got to be a trucker or something right but who like a sales salesperson or something? I mean it totally depends on on your back issue like I just did it twice in two weeks. I had to do a thing for work. Right drove several hundred dollars. So did you met and like for me. I had to bring. This is a very new car with seats. But I had to bring like my inflatable lumbar pillow this time and that keeps my spine straight. Bought that one for you. I forgot to bring it over for you. It's in my house. I bought you a timber lumbar pillow for Safari. Yeah so like that. That's what I need for mine but you may have had a different issue. I mean lumbar support helps for me but the seating position also helps a lot too and also the position in my legs. It's a weird thing. There's no one solution to it but Ricardo if you're not if you're talking about for a road car. Ricardo makes seats. That are meant to go in road cars. They're not race car seats and I would at least start there. I mean they're the they have spinal surgeons that work with them. They're you know they're always suppliers so they're not cheap. Yeah but but neither his spinal surgery also think about How much you adjust your seat while you're driving because I noticed that like I can keep one good position for about two to three hours and then I start needing to like if it has an extension extended or bring it back and like you know just displacing that that weight into different spots of you need that like..
"marc newson" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"When they're five Chris I'll take the dip because wash your fucking around around right Would your friends in a boss somewhere recorded podcast. Your opponent is in the gym thinking about how to take your handles so you have to kind of have that in your mindset and again is probably probably different about design and creative because part of the reason why people get into this. War is to become a multi. Hyphen it right. You want to be the person that is able to do this. And that and that and at that but I think it's not GonNa Marc Newson all these kind of people or Tom Dixon. You Wanna be able to. Maybe do specific projects check spread out across a long period of time may be free or four spread out across eighteen months. And keep your main thing going along at the posted doing twelve or seventeen like modem but again at Economy Schools School Street. Where where you just do as much work as possible? We just keep it moving right. That's the part of the lifestyle. I WANNA live right. That's part of the Era Bonder of turn your hobby into job rats on you help me into and occupation till you help you into a business is what you do anyway so why not what you would have done anyway for free. Wine will continue doing them high level especially in someone's emailing you to go play circle local record these ten right and design coverage without Kia and to make a Nike collaboration and entertain movies on job. You'll be all of them right while you say no. Oh I guess now go forward especially with your health being a major concern especially nowadays mental health issues tubing a big concern and just the pace. A fashion is probably beneficial for your friends and your family that you are saying. Mind right of some sort of clarity able to take that report and again it just goes to show. Just how much pressure is at talk with those kind of trees. It's not not that's the thing that probably law those students like on show studio and kind of this people like virtues or the Understand that once you've reached those real high levels especially with some of the investment is pushed into him with the amount of production. Ask the up the uptake in production. In fact I'm now seeing a cold who everywhere the find out. Essentially a cold was telling into feels like the UK version of our money is just going to be up to actual behemoth of brand. You can tell he's GonNa make a lot of money with that Brandon. It probably go off and do other things but what you reach out kind of level that real shit stop it really hit the fan it becomes real precious Ling. You're doing your little White House. depatment intimate move taught him hale it becomes a real big business where local black Hannigan you a lot of pressure on you have to pay employees. The pressure's really on. So so you're you elevate yourself to be clear minded possible to kind of achieve and again own you said people can do that. Job is a very specific job as a very pacific talent is very specific. kind of it is well. I'm flying of the world. I can't imagine what kind of miles that guy has. On a on he'd members you caught. Maybe must apply so insanely Maoz. How's it been going to say no going forward and maybe this will spur on the new kind of health and fitness mental health? Kind of unclarity thing right. There might be a cool incentive. We might see going forward workshops concerning that maybe maybe not. I don't know maybe maybe that might be I. I think most people are aware of just how much I don't think this prize. We would know that you know to let high level you have to really be. Yeah no working ungodly amount of hours and now we've seen how much actually take so you but it was back in action so what happens next. What how the pace of these corporations goes pace these uploads only social media account and is Jimmy carries themselves going forwards interest to see? Well how how kind of evolves over time. Let's see the progressives but you are welcome back to the scene. I guess and hopefully with the fashion scene of rule texts is a Q.. And Planet to their designers today fresher teams and also Sausa- The implement these kinds of extended periods of break so kind of a bit time away from the fascist to kind of catch. Your folks know how people go in August August exotic locations to kind of unwind actual timely kind of go away and kind of take a break from the fucking exit schedule especially for the big you create direct to the big marquee names of the companies even the people that just working in the company day to day probably deserve some level of break. Because I couldn't imagine west like working in the fashion house us to refocus show season right. It must be just insane amount of algae of putting weekly includes because you love it. You don't really it's about time you're working but it does require some level of balance. I think kind of get it right via welcome back to the scene. Welcome back to seat all right next list. What we have here Consulta smelly can isn't what does that back on the scene? Jada Jada leaves Berlin for London. This this is pretty interesting. I only heard of this now. Actually A. J. G. who I think are featured a couple of times before on on the on the podcast regarding just how you know how she approached things when it came to detrimental set the kind of conflict that she was having in terms of dealing with the fame post mental and dealing with that sort of stuff is gonNA give show interview with an attorney beats where she essentially details Decision to move away from belly back to London which you don't really hear about you hear a lot of people moving from Bella to other European cities or go into upper maybe more exotic locations about to come back to London or to come to London in the first place. It's a very strange each decision to do. Especially considering the fact that Berlin for the most part is for some Londoners to our policy we want to be involved in Detroit. Music space is is the kind of like the Mecca of that kind of Of that kind of lifestyle To be an ought to be a human artists hippy. dippy whatever may be. That's the place that you would go and do it right to kind of suspend believe in essentially become an adult research D- Continue Your Life as an adult child right. No one's abilities cost of living his role. Oh a big social network of people who are also trying to find their way of fumbling for life. It's just essentially made is kind of constructed. All made possible puzzle put together in a way where it kind of allows people who want to live that kind of lifestyle to do it to the expense and of course on the other side of it it was has the instructions and took the clouds nightlife in terms of drugs drinking. That would also make you go. You have way RASC- you can easily get lost in the sauce. So it's kind of a wig balancing it but jj decided to kind of move away from it. So let's quickly go from conversations what she has to say really so this is jade ag here in this article. Jaded concentrate energy about Berlin containers in environmental toxicology. Jd is a Canadian Dj. Environmental toxicologist new Nouveau Euphoric House. At this go sit she released. Significant changes are debut. LP uninjured which is you. Don't really see it as a Bilo. Dj Right someone that is a DJ LPN. The answer studies environmental environmental toxicology for pre prequel. So here is This is a data in the question. When did did you get your new place in London and how is it? How's it going? How's the move going? I moved Lachey Lyra author towards the six days. I have to go play the weekend after I got to London. Was it heartily Berlin. Yes or no Juneau's chilling in Berlin and all these new people are for maybe could build community with and maybe I can deal with the German language but since I'm used to London and it was like. Oh Yeah. This is the best decision I wouldn't have changed going to Berlin for the world essentially changed my life but it was a hard change. It was a hard place to live a look the burden experience I learned unwise capable of it. I'm capable of really appreciate where I come from. And what it's like to be a foreign posted a foreign country. It's really difficult to Muthu number place way. Don't speak the language is on the culture but it wasn't for lack of trying and I think that's a very good point. I think as much as I love love love for a place. I've always kind of held close to my heart off the maybe the further full-time. I realize quite quickly die. Probably isn't a place once livid based day. I think if I if once I get the ability to buy I a place here in London and maybe other properties my dream. My dream is to eventually buy a flat L. Property imbalance. Every time I went to go and party for the summer summer I could easily just go out. Have a place to stay in the winter. Rent Out airbnb D'Amato's properties evident. But I realized it wasn't for for me dates day because essentially devices that I am prone to indulging in in London are very valuable to you in Berlin and societally. The attitude around party going out isn't as frowned upon as it is here in the UK party gift top in the UK in Berlin. And he's kind of places Ason a whole different level right. People are just going out and give up continuously basically all week round right to do especially if you are part of a community that encourages encourages. It is something that could easily get trapped into and of course pasta. Laura is that got fruit and fruit of religion. That CD underground lifestyle. You might eventually have the possibility to also connected with a little community of people that actually inspire you to start label star studio over business. Whatever it may be? But that's that's the kind of Little Paul Gordon Rabo for the Muslim time US going to end up getting fucked up in being involved not the boutrous lifestyle. So is the place for me to go dip in the power but also thinking general if you're reading positive energy interviews she tracks me as a person enjoys. Dj enjoys and being amongst the electronic music scene and being autism she has bigger goals. Things aims out bigger the outweighed kind of. She's newly musical. If you read the rest of you see clearly she's got a lot of ideas are far bigger than what she's doing bigger dj behind addicts so because of that. Maybe she's not as fresh weight or as a love or as head over heels tales about the idea of going to CD and that clubs somewhere in the middle of Berlin and getting fucked up. It's not much of a bigger loads of Hershey essentially. Dj is a job that she loves by essentially still still just job so because of the imagine why would be a bit hard to deal with. And because you know you haven't grown up idolising fantasizing about living there like I have of the is and also just general like voice you mentioned about the language is something that you don't realize a lot of the language big puddle. especially if you're actually trying to live today's Today yes you can have people that speak English. You just hang around the thing. But I'm I'm I'm of the thinking especially most Sheep laughing for the most part with quite cognitive cognitive Quite conscious of the fact that we go to new countries we want to know some basic language right having people how meaning is you probably bumped into grand travelling around Southeast Asia Central. The American I have you bumped into most people have some command of a little bit of language right whether it's a bit Spanish of Vietnamese right. We always tried tried to make an effort. I feel as if my most Obviously there's some people that don't make enough about for the most part British people around my age range. You're very conscious about integrating properly into a city or a place that you're living so but German language isn't the most easy language to learn. Even though people that languages say that Germanic language is quite quite similar to is. The property is language to learn closest to English grammar. Weisbaum gay decrease of learning German is probably hard especially when you are. Aw in that partly lifestyle and you haven't got consistent schedule and you're not going to study as much you know usually when you move there. You don't have a commander language it can be hard to deal with and get in.
"marc newson" Discussed on KCRW
"Speaking for the tech world for the subsequent ten or twenty years you know if you think about what laptops where what apple did when they need to do something like the macbook air at least a decade ago was to really rub and smoothness make them light burnished them up and produce these kind of slivers of metal that were supremely easy to use compared to a lot of other computer I mean the the the ease of use is a different question but that is an aesthetic language with a strong tradition in design history you know he didn't invent it he's really coming out of the school of German modernism you can trace back to the design school at boom in Germany and the great graduates coming out about school in the nineteen fifties the famous German designer due to rams who was the chief design figure at brown at electronics in the sixties and seventies it's a key influence on Johnny's is static and he really picked up the torch and carry it forward into the twenty first century sure and in fact over the years some skeptics have argued that on the influence of two two rams from born was so strong as to slip pops into copying all plagiarism is not fed you think no I don't think so because I think it's too easy to say it's copying design is so detail based when you're talking about functional pieces of design as opposed to kind of expressive pieces of design the changes are often so minimal but added on I can make it sure he he is following a kind of modernist slightly dogmatic vision of a product being both functional and be useful in trying to basically reduce as much closer as possible that is a very strong as much as coming from rams that's coming from the whole of twentieth century design in many ways but I'd say what he did was he invested so much attention in the details levels of detail that you or I couldn't possibly spend all day thinking about to do with how you mail a piece of aluminium into a laptop with particular rounded edges and corners and he's looking at that how you press a button I mean isn't this the levels of detail they're almost incomprehensible to us but that's what makes an apple product essentially they're all those to say that in the last few years since the pulsing of Steve Jobs apple's cease to be as innovative do you think that's a fair criticism could dives excellence only happen when jobs was there was his partner in design that's an interesting question I think it's a fair observation whether it's a fact criticism is a different matter I think what's interesting about apple is that it has been incredibly rigorous about the products it's put out we just think about those products which are essentially computers phones iPads and yes now watches they were not kind of wildly introducing new ness all the time in terms of the innovative products that's different I'm not possibly you know not in Johnny's domain not stuff to do with new technologies and how to bring them to market Johnny I does not heading off on his own which is getting to be quite a different experience he spent pretty much thirty years with the company that has put a wall of protection around him it's a highly secretive company owned do you anticipate what we might see from Johnny I've coming next well I mean for one thing he says he's still going to be working with apple and that apple will be his main client so he clearly wants to maintain a relationship with the company and to be heavily involved in in design decisions that are at but also to to be able to develop other projects he's going to be working with his partner at apple Marc Newson is also a major designer in his own right my niece and being an Australian designer who and people might know for some of his very extraordinary furniture so he's going off with Johnny I live yes they're going to ponder on not that a new design agency and you know a mock Houston was very involved in the design of the apple watch and one of the things that Johnnie has hinted is that they're going to walk on wearable technology one of the things that we're reading is that apple going into the future is going to be putting more emphasis on its interfaces it's active element itself where and less emphasis on its hardware what she'll take away from that well one of the entrances that Johnny ads on the user interface design at apple when he started say about on a few years ago was to bring his Martin S. E. folks to the the interface of the phone not just the hardware but the graphic language because previously apple had been very wedded to these skew a more fake hi columns which means basically icon to pretend to look like things in the real world so in your book section you'd have your books signed up on kind of wooden shelves with the kind of fake looking grano your diary might have a kind of let the cover or your clock looks like a three D. clock and all this kind of stuff and he swept all that way with iOS seven and introduced just a standardized flatness and in a way that the very most missing to do its thing would be true to your materials these things aren't really that really have depths there's no point using three D. images of when you just flatten them turn them into the graphic icons they are and that was quite controversial within the technology world because some people feel that it could alienate you know people who wants a familiar with with technology but it was very in keeping with his philosophy you've explained very clearly how Johnny I've channeled a modernist ethos in his design and so we've come to accept than an iPhone all all computers should have this and you know Pat down kind of minimalist aesthetic but they don't really have to have that do they really they could be styles in any way people imagined without alive keeping the faith for modernism do you think we could see some really kind of crazy looking computers and iPhones in the future I finish the question I think your rights and in the sense that as I said before he set this aesthetic agenda which which really dominated the field in which most other companies were really following rather than deviating from a bit would I say became too risky to deviate from that and that's why most smartphones look essentially the same like a slab of glass with a metal back and the fact is that if you look back in the nineties a western really crazy computers and electronic products out there and in a way his influences as straightened up the market you might say and you know maybe he did introduce the kind of terror and they have good taste but I'm I'm not so I go back to the nineties version but what's interesting is that what happened on the apple is that we started to understand this term designed in California as having a certain value and I say was really apple that that may not happen and there are a lot of new tech companies coming out of China now some of them even have design offices in California but it will be interesting to see how Chinese design and Chinese technology changes the market place that was just in make up with London's design museum talking about Johnny I've chief designer for twenty seven years at apple he's announced that he'll leave the company and start his own venture called love from now one of the questionable impacts of the five jobs tech dream machine is that so many of us now addicted to all iPhones which prompts the question if tech wasn't so don seductive would we be less hoped we went back to Michael Phillips Moskowitz sees founder of the UP move device which is intended to deliver what he calls digital nutrition it's a super interesting question is bring several things to mind one you know one of the most dangerously seductive brands up until the first decade was Marlborough was deeply iconic and now you know the the the Emily recognizable branding has been stripped away in favor of profoundly off putting pictures of people suffering from getting disease has a dented the desire demand for tobacco someone that's mostly attributable to decades of public advocacy and loss of life and struggles in sort of a common understanding all the risks of consuming tobacco as a drug rather than as a vegetable do I think the making of ugly I phone is going to make us less inclined to use the device I don't I don't I think the more interesting question here is well apple someday follow and the success of Disney minus walls would follow in the in the enviable how the Ferrari minus and so well it looks like Microsoft without bill or dell without Michael we just don't yet now but given the sheer volume breadth and dimension of talent in that.
"marc newson" Discussed on The Critical Path
"And if these guys are designing great things. I mean apple is a good place to take just about anything to do you think that could be how this turns out with you mean the apple would bring back people from Rome, or they wouldn't bring people back, but they would, you know, these, these guys are too great living designer here. They come up with something. Here's apple could could. Yeah. Maybe maybe they'll kill suddenly being more independent p like they can let their juices pulled a little bit more. And maybe they'll come up with some cool stuff, and then shop it back apple and say, hey guys, you're probably better off looking at this. Then, then what would would you might have been on the path to doing? Maybe this would be the way to surface new product. That is a good question, actually, because in many ways, what prostrate people at apple do, and this is mostly engineering people. Maybe these are more. There are some anecdotes of this happening. I don't know how confident as many people were frustrated inside apple leaves set up a company than apple actually may bring him back in because a, you know, you did good work on the outside comeback. And this isn't just apple an open door policy, or revolving door policy. So, yes, maybe that is indeed, the case, you know, Johnny feels like maybe I can actually work and stuff, this really cool. But I felt like my hands are tied. The counter to that would be, though, that, you know, I think Apple's try to. Give him every creed he wants. And maybe he he just felt somewhat. There were other constraints, by the way, there's one of the thing that sticks in my throat about this whole experiences that. Janis on the record saying that every executive leaves apple is, is fish out of water that they never achieved much. He's, he's said this, and I sort of like a high I was Notting when I heard it and that is that you think because you're calling the very complex machine at apple. You think that you're great? But that's that's hubris. You're not that great if the system that's great. It's not just system. I mean, the entire fabric of the organization that's that makes makes you successful individual. You think you know, it's era Ghent of you to think otherwise, but what does this mean to his current setup because if he's hopping out of the organization saying, well, I'm going to go off, and do stop? Again, this is why I don't think if he's if he really believed himself saying that I'm not going to get out of apple and, and become better than apple. I have too soon what he's doing. And is more a Limoges have clone? Let me just do cool stuff. Not to try to outdo, apple where do what I think apple should have been all along. Right. It's more like I just wanted to cool stuff. Maybe that Apple's not interested in doing then I'll just just, you know give it you know, sell it or give it away or whatnot. I mean he's done a few of these, by the way, you know, these done he's done a like a camera while working at apple, he's done the stuck with Marc Newson. I think yeah, the charity. Right. So, so there's, there's stuff like that. He might be doing you maybe want. Maybe he wants to do something altruism. Maybe he wants to do design low. Income housing. Maybe he wants to design micro, Billy, why hope so, by the way, Johnny. You're listening. You know where to find me. So. I'd love, you know, maybe, maybe that's the frustration. Is there think that he would like to do that? Because again because he wants to kind of be better than apple is just as look. There's stuff that I want to do that has nothing to do with this company, and I'd like to see it survive. Maybe builds these things, he's sketches them. He builds you those three D printing, whatever they do to mock these things up and then just sits on a shelf..
"marc newson" Discussed on Vector Podcast
"Cupertino California apple today, announced that sir, Johnny ive, Apple's chief design officer will depart the company as an employee later this year to form an independent design company, which will count apple among its primary clients, while he pursues personal projects. I've in his new company will continue to work closely and on a range of products with apple while I mean while on one hand, I'm devastated as someone who started out in this business as a designer Gianni and his relationship with apple was just everything I looked up to everything is fired to be on the other hand, though. As someone no longer in design. Johnny, I've set free, but still connected to apple is something I really, really deeply feel but sorry, I, I wasn't going to do this video today. I was going to wait and think, on it a bit and do a deeper, more forward-looking video tomorrow. But then you guessed it, the internet happened hot takes began to rain. In down, like medias and a Michael bay movie. And as expected, a lot of them were just as terrible, like terrible set and exhaust terrible. That's why ultimately decided to split my video in to, to get something short out now today and then focus on something deeper for tomorrow, so hit subscribe rugby-tackled that bell, mostly. You don't miss tomorrow show. And then buckle up. I'm Rene Ritchie. And this is Victor Johnny is a singular figure in the design world and his role in Apple's revival. Cannot be overstated from nine hundred ninety eight groundbreaking. I MAC to the iphone and the unprecedented ambition of apple park, where recently, he has been putting so much of his energy and care. That's the statement from Tim cook, apple CEO, apple will continue to benefit from Johnny's talents by working directly with them on exclusive projects and through the ongoing work of the brilliant and passionate design team. He has built after so many years, working closely together, I'm happy that relationship continues to evolve and I look. Forward to working with Johnny long into the future. Okay. But so what does all this mean I, Johnny has literally been at apple since the second coming of Steve Jobs, when it comes to personal computing? He's been there designed that. He's won more awards and been on more patents and entire companies combined. He's a big part of the reason almost all phones are now singular slabs why every laptop for a long time was wedged as air and why it was so hard for so long to tell any other tablet apart from the ipad. He was a design league not just for apple unofficially, for the industry, but he's also a designer a passionate beyond talented designer who outside of a few projects for product red hasn't been able to design much of anything else in two decades, not a set of chairs or a desk. Not a bicycle or personal jet plane. Not a set of knives, or a grandfather clock, he's designed the best selling products in the history of bestselling products. But that's all he's been able to design that is. Aside from his recent flirtation with apple park, and apple retail. Why would Johnny? I've leave apple only for this new design company. Love from to be hired by apple again, before it even officially launches sometime next year. Probably because it's a win win for everyone involved first apples. No stranger to working with outside design companies prior to the age of I've frog design helped make so many of Apple's early products. So ecomomic apples, also worked with outside agencies in the past with whom they've created some of the most memorable ads of all time. Johnny is the reason they haven't been doing it since Johnny. And now that they might start doing it again. Either in name only, or as a real deep collaboration time will tell it'll be with you. Guessed it, Johnny. And with Marc Newson, who's joining Johnny at from love after spending the last few years with him at apple not only shaping products in his own, right. But as a kindred spirit in a way that no one else could be since the passing of Steve Jobs. Second, Johnny not only knows everything apple has done up until. Now, he knows everything. The company is currently working on for the future as well. His team has been pushing out designs not just for the next generation of products like glasses auto motives, but prototyping and brainstorming generations of products after that, having some extra insurance wrapped up around that is in everyone's benefit, especially because third, it pre-empts just a ton of silly speculative headlines around, what if Google or Samsung or while way or whatever competitor hired love from and Johnny fourth? It keeps Johnny in the apple family, even if he's moved out and gotten his own space, and that doesn't just cut down the neighborhood drama. It keeps up the fields in the family design team leaders Evans, Hanky vice president of industrial design and Alan die vice president of human interface. Design report to Jeff Williams. Apple's chief operating officer both die. Hanky have played key leadership roles in Apple's design team for many years. Williams has led the development of apple watch since inception, and we'll spend more of his time working with the design team. In their studio now. She's not very well known outside of apple at all, but by every account, I've heard so far Evans is beyond solid. She's been effectively running industrial design for years, since almost after Johnny left, day-to-day management, there to focus on apple park, and apple retail. And she deserves a ton of credit for a lot of what the team has done over the last few years, and, yeah, feel free to transform that credit into blame if you're super salty and spicy about things like the butterfly keyboard, but it takes a company and years to let that ship, and I can get into that. In a follow video if you want me to let me know in the comments, but it's probably fair to judge her by the next keyboard than this one, just like the next air pods. And, you know, next generation of I phones having her and Alan die whose effectively been running HI since seven report into Jeff Williams is going to be a real head scratcher for a lot of people, and it's a bold choice, but I'm not sure it's a bad one neither Evans, nor Allen are being promoted this point and having them go back to reporting Tim cook like die. Richard Haworth did. Johnny was off working on apple park would have felt to me more like apple had no other idea what to really do it them. Jeff by contrast has been running apple health and apple watch for years and not just the way Dan rea show. Run some special projects groups or q runs. Apple TV Jeff is incredibly detail, oriented, and has a real passion for design part of the reason sub econ was promoted to senior vice president of operations was, so Jeff could spend more time focusing on product including especially design, also apple doesn't just meant senior vice presidents. Let alone C level executives, even two of the most important hires in the recent history of the company, Johnny Saruji who runs silicon, and John Andrea who runs machine learning took some time to get their senior vice president power ups, if apple is considering anyone internal, or external for senior vice president, design, I wouldn't expect to hear about until after some time passes, and a big new product version lodges after nearly thirty years on countless projects. I am most proud of the last day work, we have done to create. A design team process and culture at apple that is without peer today. It is stronger more vibrant and more talented that at any point in Apple's history. That's according to Johnny. I've the team will certainly thrive under the leadership of Evans Alan and Jeff who have been among my closest collaborators I have the utmost confidence in my designer colleagues at apple who remained my closest friends and look forward to working with them for many years to come. There's an incredibly crucial point inside their apple is absolutely the some of its people from Steve Jobs to Johnny is to Tim cook to everybody else. But everyone will leave eventually everyone or apple to truly last it has to have a soul beyond those people. The most important product everyone at apple works on every day isn't the apple watch it isn't the ipad. It isn't even the iphone. It's apple. It's making apple into something that can not only survive, but thrive even after any of them now you're going to hear from some people that Johnny checked out of apple after Steve Jobs passed away or. Shortly before he took on the very different challenges of apple park, and apple retail and for some people even at apple both of those things are going to be true for others, though, for the one still working within presenting to Johnny on a regular basis, it's going to sound beyond ridiculous. And that's because the internet like people just aren't good with multiple truths were not as simplistic, as catchy headlines and hot takes make us want to imagine and situations are seldom as extreme where complicated, we're contextual. And so our passions in relationships Donnie, led the team that designed everything at apple then the teams that designed the places to put all those teams and all those things he has I can only imagine look upon the breadth of his product portfolio and felt like he had no world left to conquer. Imagine how that must feel to one of the greatest industrial designers in history. And then imagine what doing something like love from must feel with one of your best mates and a deal that lets you still create with apple. But also create beyond apple create anything whole new. The world whole new challenges in potentials product red electric bikes be blasted aluminum hot tubs, Siri bubbles. Whatever he wants whatever he can dream up and will into production and who knows in a few years. Maybe we'll documentary on curiosities dream about his impact. I mean, they have one up on Frank Gehry after all, but also much more..
"marc newson" Discussed on Face 2 Face
"Drawing lock minded people to brand. You know. We're not for everyone. Not everyone wants to get in the outdoors on Iran wants to multiday hike. Not everyone wants to go and get off the beaten track when they go to a new location. But for those that do and because you stay true to who you are and who you are as a brand you'd start dot to attract those locked monitor people and that's how I shielded fire fuel. I can really start conversations about what's important to us. What our purpose? And how is that important for customers as well Katmandu. Talking to customers. Online is just the beginning. John's team doesn't just celebrate what summit club members is a doing. It opens the world up to them and Mike some part of the adventure. The measure everything for us so every single photo shoot. Every single social media posts from us is one of them imbecile one of our staff three to advance Sponsorship Program Club members can apply to have the brand come along wall they explore when we have shoots coming up we put a call out on social media and say hey who wants to gut and three or four weeks to come and join us on an adventure and guess what it's not going to be easy you're gonNA sleep in tents you're gonna get dirty you're gonNA get cuts. You'RE GONNA get bruises but it's GonNa be fun time and you're going to see a beautiful part of the world. Yep The adventures sponsorship program since Katmandu customers off to discover the world all expenses. Paid while Katmandu is is there with them. It's the customer experience that comes. I count dividing loyalty and a sense of connection. One of the things on most is proud. Assault is our world ready brand campaign and it was our first ever global brand campaign that opinion. All the markets Katmandu his in and what we did is we chose four amazing stories of our members who came through our adventure sponsorship program and one of the stories that we chose to elevate is the Laura family and this is an Australian family who were family of five so the big lap is travelling around Australia. No matter we try caused any choice was figurative. I it's it's something that must destroy. Its WanNa do in the loft on the bucket list autumn so the stories of Jack Why cannot pictures kicked his his brain traveling on the road since you three and a half. He's two youngest sisters and how families having these incredibly educational channel adventure. Despite the fact that a normal primary school like other kids they bring home. School is like go. School has a lot of kids familiarize. Okay and you can see how much they're thriving learning how to fix the engine of the Land Cruiser. How to tie AFICIONADO? Is I catch the dinner and these great adventures it's really fascinating and motivating story that there is more than one way to educate kite child and there is more than one way to experience the world and Katmandu Album and what will already stands for. Is that we believe travelling adventures the ultimate education climbing rock formations looking at aboriginal lot or just looking out of the cow windows driving through the best country has to offer. That is what this campaign is celebrating people who are going out there and deciding to do a bit differently. And they're deciding that they want to get their learnings in the outdoors so through engaging with different cultures and different communities and and this lorimer families have beautiful celebration event. I love my family and I love that often. Correct creating and cure writing positive moments via customers is one thing. But how do you engage gauge. When there's an issue more significant at stike standing by and watching politicians ignore marriage equality just cannot go on for AIRBNB? thefirst brand campaign in Australia. They wanted Stanford marriage equality and belonging. That's our big brand purpose rather than doing advertising campaign campaign when everyone else was out just talking about their support. We created a ring that had a gap in the middle that people wore to signify the inequality until until the decision was made. So it's a ring designed by Marc newson famous Australian designer and it was a black ring that just had a tiny gap. It's broken here. In the middle and the gaps signified the marriage inequality that Australia's still had big business has reignited reignited the same sex marriage debate launching a new campaign calling for change. Public can order their own ring free of charge so far the daily the allocation has been exhausted within hours. We sold it on Ebay. We created an Ebay partnership and actually it was a huge collaboration. So we talking with banks like like an ad on Ebay Qantas. Even all the Qantas flight staff wore the ring. It was permitted by the back of their tickets and stuff we manage to sell hundreds of thousands thousands of the rings it was a great strategy around as she getting the people he might not know somebody who was directly affecting but new a daughter of a friend a cousin. Someone else within Ness Circle. Who totally believed you know? They should be with the people that they love can actually wear something to symbolize that during the whole period where it was a hot topic. I'll wear this ring until my sister came along until my cousin. My mother my mate Brown until we all belong. I love that I think brands need to be authentic and Stanford something congratulate you on when I campaigning. It's fantastic for AIRBNB to stand up in Australia. And Benign for something and that's fantastic cat. A controversial to brave thing to do. Lots of people wouldn't back doc. Id Standby because it was seen as being very confronting but I think again doing something beyond just advertising really showing that they should stand for something and create a product product that represented that connecting with customers at a personal level in a way that really reflects your brand can be a great opportunity brings is paper together. And it's a chance to strengthen that loyalty the brand we call social media platforms are content platforms their base. It's based and and we have to keep feeding it and the way we faded his through user generated content of our members. And you know we spent so much time mining and understanding where all these content exists to then ensure that it gets celebrated through social media platforms and and inspiring gauge other people these platforms give real time feedback. Loop we information. That's been difficult to get before. Brands can find out what the customers love. And what they height direct from the souls else. We no longer do a lot of the traditional media mass marketing pieces in a lot of a lot of the printing the radio etc.. That's gone from from an media. Mix today now more than ever. We know the outcomes and results of pretty much everything we do a digital channel with that didn't exist when when you're talking purely and traditional media formats you have the right analytics. The raw data sets the ROD statistics to understand if you're moving the metrics that you're focused on Myers retail world different and I think digital marketing today enables them to be timely and I think before they always looking at marketing budgets and the quarterly budget and it was a little bit fingers crossed and then halfway through the next quarter. We'd say if it was effective I think now they can say within forty eight hours. What they I need to shift and how they shift it and so it's always been a bit of an and way of looking at the budget for us? It's what is the impact of having they above the line or the more traditional media with really smart and very targeted and optimize digital because how are we maximizing the spending across both and how are we Israeli shifting the digital budget to them. React to what we've seen the day before I think it's been really interesting that whilst they might not be big Jesus digital they definitely know it is having a huge impact on that performance and so bringing that together and showing activeness. I think has been really the important for them. Getting those aboard level to understand digital can be a challenge. Many just don't have the technology and they are everyday life all they just just not the target audience so that anyway see campaigns but the results are pretty convincing. Actually remember funny time when we brought in mobile phones into the board meeting to allow them older experience a facebook canvas sad because there was little understanding of what that actually didn't through this Amercian with the board to see what it meant and just a real excitement that you see from there. Is you start to change those perceptions and then you talk to the metrics fix around success and what it means as a marketer for Brando for commercial program and understanding the full funnel approach around digital marketing. Then that starts to tell that story and starts to Convince I suppose people who might not be on the journey. real-time information means campaigns can be more responsive and more creative brands build on what the customers want. Whether that's a funny way to celebrate Christmas or sing along in the back of a Land Cruiser then they can bring these customers rod into the moment and experience with them side by side we use. How Club daughter-in-law? So we've been a lucky position as a brand that for many years. Now we've been collecting a huge amount of data on our on our members and customers. So we start to understand the a preferences the demographics the purchase history all the sorts of rich data that might exist for retailer and a brand around how customer and then we start to utilize that with the content we've got to ensure those quite targeted and personalized to the member based on the channel. They're engaging in our world in the outdoor and travel space it's no longer about these huge ambassadors or personalities that that are just engineered beat for specific period of time. It's about celebrating the real people I think increasingly we know the importance of brand and brand experience for for our clients but also more importantly for people will they wanNA resonate with something they wanna feel part of something they want. That connection you in pride is had to produce a TV and hope for the best or have a press and hope for the list. And you don't know what happens until many days or weeks later and now you can understand within minutes if you like if you wanna be that reactionary. And that's a really we say. Nowadays with with digital mapping. We've always believed that creativity is always the answer and I think in a world of more data and more opportunity opportunity. There's more rain for creativity whether that's to your own customers and authenticity of having a great purpose to life in a real way or whether that's being the smart and what you're doing retail good time to be a marketing. Yeah the best time. Big thanks to go wall deputy. CEO At clements BBDO. Melbourne and Jones said. He grew marketing manager and Katmandu. Now make sure you don't miss our other episodes. Just press. Subscribe to stay up to date. It's very Joel's heels on Denise Vice Device for facebook..
"marc newson" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"To buy that display cut-away McLaren chassis, that was up on a trailer recently fucking, then I was I bid on me I of the two Japanese market AM g wagons. I was in up to about twenty in that car win flicked fucking forty like now do Germany at that Essen show last year. What's the one ninety was like the g hammer but complicated name, the one ninety two point three Cosworth Yvo like that. No, I think it was more like Germanic fucked up name, low, I don't know involved. They're so stroke nasty stroke involved. Fucking call I want is so badly. Status of the cars. I don't want to a Japanese van for Hannah. I bought a Delica. Oh, cool. Is it how far windows up no, the crystal light roof? It does not have that. And I just wanted to go. It's it's a diesel. It's, it's just like that one second from the top left, excellent, that duty Kelly and Long Beach, Sean, Sean Morris. Yeah. Top rank importers shout out. In fact, that might not it's not mine, but it looks what do they call those KiKi KiKi vans? Right. Kiko Tiki cove. Not a cave in. It's not it's not like a Honda act. It's not it's not, that's no. It's the size of a normal minivan now. Views small have you seen like at the moon, I show in Japan which actually you and I if you have been is show all this sounds promising moon. Vintage California speed equipment company. Okay. Now they do a show in Japan that is off. The hook weird moon is so they do show Japan. That's like batch because it's how they interpret our coal. So, like hot, rod and meets deca Torah meets just crazy. Javanese. Punk meets just what shit, for example. So those body kit for the KiKi vans that make them look like the old like dodge a one hundred Scooby doo van. Well, they they're so cool. They may there's a company that makes what's Sean has like a Nissan van that has a Volkswagen micro. Brought bus front end conversion Cole. Maybe the same guy. Yeah. Dream is cool. It's doing eighty series Land Cruiser front, clip redesigns that looked like the earlier sixty. And I'll tell you what, when when the garage opens I've when, when I can out there when we looked at the van and it was obsessed with POWs, Nissan POWs, my buddy just ball as putting putting around up in Ben like it loves it. And he was looking for. Just get one for. I think the figures are damn coal. Yeah. The figure. Same thing, just to cedar instead of a force. I think the figure has more that atoll design. Six. On. Sighted dowd. Be cool. EV platform within turn. You feel like with some rims you look cool. This Rams they're real little and then give you now. Career. That's a, that's a pow GT three r s. A combination of words that could only come from you. Figure GT three. Oh, no. Yeah. Well, the pow earlier earlier one later, one that no, that's an S cargo. That's Marc Newson, worked on a Suzuki that was done in the nineties never made it past concept. That is so incredibly cool. And it was like a long this sort of micro mini car range, but just nailed like that. Mid-century talion, design and the story that I heard is told the whole thing up in Kirk site tooling, like it was production ready and all this shit is in storage, just in that way. I just seem to find the right by the two it's not by it. I just want it, but the design would were that out so kick ass. Yeah. I like that. Greg says best GT car under sixty thousand dollars for a second car. An old viper, a CR or a m six grand coupe. Maybe. Sixty K gets you. A lot of nine eleven viper. If you I mean, vipers. Yeah. Vipers a ton of car. If you if you want a shitload engine for not much money fibers crazy, m six grand coupe get warranty. Trust me. What about a? C. T S, V coup. Engineering and the quality in that car is quite respectable. See TSV with a stick is a great place. Damn fine..
"marc newson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"To end today's program. We're going to revisit an interview from two thousand fifteen when bound spoke to the filmmaker Gary hus- wit about the way, we talk about design on screen. Gary's made wonderful films about design including Helvetica about the typeface of the same name objectified about industrial design the things we use and urbanized about how architects and city planners build cities. Gary's films up much love for that clarity in dealing with big days, and they create speakers, of course, that has no voiceovers just on says two housemates questions, but we don't hit those questions. So what does the osc how does he demystify design and make tell logic treats about how we all. Look the world Helvetica emerges in that period in nineteen fifty seven with as felt to be a need for rational typefaces, which can be applied to all kinds of contemporary information. Whether it's signed systems or corporate identity. City and present visual expressions of the modern world to the public in an intelligible legible way. When I started Helvetica one of the reasons that I wanted to make the film was I was kind of shocked. There was such a lack of interviews with these designers. Video interviews it's interesting that in the past ten years since I started working on that film. There is much more design kind of related documentary stuff. Small clips and feature length documentaries, but two thousand five there was nothing. I kind of like why aren't people doing this? Why aren't the kind of design institutions and cooper-hewitt, and these other museums and other people why aren't they kind of compiling this stuff? I think it's important to kind of see these designers at work and get an idea of their process, and you can do that in kind of such an interesting way in in video in a way that you can't do in just, you know, looking at pictures of their work, or whatever who struck you as being on could be. Fantastic filmmaker on who off to that happened before that happened. Did you get in king of people that you thought? Wow, you you could hold out of the area of expertise, you can plow into certain Sutton pesonalities. Well, I mean, it's almost a universal something that I realized about myself as I went through the process of of doing all these interviews and making the films that same kind of impulse to just ask why interest question the way things are and try to kind of do things differently is very very similar to from documentary, filmmakers, and and designers. So in sense. I think I'm probably like closet designer that didn't. Yes, went into other things, but it's the same the same impulse. It's the reason I I made heretical was just really wanted to watch a movie about type in graphic design at it didn't exist, and it really made me mad that I couldn't get one on. So just after a six months of being angry. I just said. Cable just got to do it. Yeah. But I think that same impulses is a real key to to design thinking as well. 'cause you NBA curiosity is why what is an object know exist of the pups, which I need served, and that that's very that's also in terms of interviewing people him. It's a skill that, you you had lent. But it something. Sometimes you feel interview one to tell someone they admire how much they know about them rather than runs asking them. Simple questions. I hope what came across in. You know, when I was meeting these people in interviewing them was. I was genuinely curious about this. I wasn't being sent out by some news crew to just get a sound bite from them. I mean, I had flown across across the world, and you know, on my own money, and I just really wanted to to learn about what they do. And why and and just dig into their process. So yeah, that's something that that, you know, continuously drove me was just wanted. I wanted to know more in a strange way, it's like with each of these films. I kind of was a crash course in that discipline graft sign or, you know, industrial designer urban design, and it's sort of in a personal kind of exploration for me. And the kind of output of that exploration is the film for me. It's about. The exploration. The conversations in the film, kind of is the thing that comes out. Yeah. You on a journey, and you know, this more to it. But this is the stuff that you can you can say ably give to other people presumably, I guess. The design is part of that need to rebuild to reconstruct to make things. More open make them run more smoothly be more democratic that. There was this real sense of social responsibility, among designers. Did you feel that you were being? I mean now reading back and going through the extra ninety seven percent of the transcripts, then making the films, you feel that you being sold to being sold a dream by one particular person. Oh, a D C. Now, the full context, I I definitely see the fuller context. I mean, the conversations were so wide ranging at the time mostly because I don't prepare questions when I go into the interviews. I think that that's one thing that probably different from maybe other of filmmakers. Well, listen. Well, I think the idea of having a prepared question in reading it off to the person. Just just kills any kind of natural flow of the conversation. And that's my biggest goal is to try to get the other person to forget that they're being interviewed for. To forget that there's a camera there and microphones. So I try not like stop in the middle of the conversation looked downs. So what did you know in read off some p-, redone like word for word question? And I think one of the appeals and this will be one of the appeals even more. So the book that we're talking about as opposed to the film's perhaps is that thing web where people find that lives of being about where the accidental all the show, the actual engineering of large aspects of people's lives of being talked about by some of the people that have helped to engineer parts that lives, and they never really realized it and truths are on folded in front of people's eyes. That's how I watching these films. Yes. An amazing is amazing. These people do it's amazing. How have as an interviewer as well? We struck a fresh when reading the transcripts and putting this together about the the logic Tris told by small aspects of people's lives. Sure. Sure. I mean, the one thing that I that. I really think I realized that the interviews in their entirety are. Are much more interesting than the fills. That's amazing. I mean, that's that's quite an amazing test into at least to me they are. Because again, they're not. So to the point. And I I like hearing Marc Newson talk about surfing and surf culture, and how that affected his his design process in his aesthetic. And there's so many times where we're just talking about anything. And you know, we've cut of included a lot of those sort of off camera conversations in the in the book as well. So for me, it's it's a personal experience. I mean, I I was there. And so for me, it's it's some nostalgia. I mean when I go back and read the Massimo of Nellie interview, for instance, or new you have become web before you saying became friends at him after. Yes. Since the since ova, so like, I'm I'm kind of really getting transported back to these places or Bill mog ridge, or or you know, few the other Oscar. Niemeier some of the other people in the film's who've passed away since then, you know, I'm struck by. How little I knew about. About designed and also about interviewing going back and reading in. And also I saw when you lay it all out. I kind of see my lazy habits or kind of routines that I fall into in terms of there's there's one question. I think I pretty much ask every single person in the book, you bet that is you can let know. I usually save it for the end. And I always ask them if you were going to walk into a theater and sit down and watch a film about typography and the curtain opened and the lights went down. Like, what would you want somebody up there to say that we haven't talked about yet that usually get some pretty good response. I'm not brings us to the end of today's Monaco culture show produced by Holly fishe, if you have any more coverage from me land design, we then you can listen back to last week's especially dishes of both the briefing Amadora house. Forget to download tomorrow's episode of Monaco on design rope. We'll be back at the same time next week to bring you next week's coach's show, but for now thanks for tuning in.
"marc newson" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Wasn't from Amazon dot co dot UK. And we're investigating the situation. We can't tell how fishers came to. Get your Email address. And the whole point of this is that Amazon exposed people's Email addresses, right? Which is the whole point of the the the breach which wasn't really a breach. It was just technical fuck. Oh, yeah. Buds. Very funny is funny and over a geo G dot show, David writes, this high from the UK recently found you guys on overcast loved the show. Just added you to my patriot patron list. I make my thirteen year old daughter. Listen to you in the car under the false pretense that your show your show is part of my work and subsidizes our life. She rolls her eyes a lot. But she doesn't turn it off smart girl. We roller is a lot when we record the stress me. Oh, yes, totally. It's awesome. You found this on overcast and anybody if you're listening to us on overcast there's a little star button next to the episodes like when you kind of do the disclosure click on that star that gets us up in the rankings on overcast, so more people can find the show. We'd really appreciate it. Thank you. I've our rights in. Now. This is what I call a real black Friday sale, and it's a link to the ninety nine percent off sale from cards against humanity. Which was really? Funny. It was really funny. So I Don I it's really hard to tell I can't tell if the everything was a joke or if they actually had the stuff and we're selling lay one of each. Yep. I don't know. Yeah. I don't know either. We're going to have to do some research on that. Because I haven't had time to dig into. But I did watch it when it was going on. And it was very funny. Very funny. He also sent a link saying, I'll take six, Johnny. This is linked to the verge Johnny ive and Marc Newson designed two hundred and fifty thousand dollar all diamond ring for charity. Absolutely. No vessels. Actually, kind of our but. Very funny. You don't you? Don't get face recognition on this one though. No, no, Ed writes in Hello lords grump of house. Geek, can you share with your audience the things about fire FOX, you don't like enquiring? Geeks. Wanna know thanks and keep on grump ING, which slow say would you like to start Brown? But I guess you already. Did. It's too slow opera so much faster. Like, that's that's really it. For me. I mean fire FOX used to be my browser of choice my weapon of choice, but it just got so bogged down on last year or two and is a memory hog is a big memory hog. I use it, you know, for a couple of weeks just to try it out and the memory usage on fire FOX was through the roof. It was it was just as bad as chrome is. And if you look at the opera stats for memory usage, it is just tiny compared to those too. Even with opera, sending all of our information back to China. It's still runs a lot better. It does it does. Yes. They can ex- Villier data ten times as fast as Facebook can. Yes. So. And it's just it's kinda ugly too. Yeah. But yet 'cause I like pretty software and offers a very pretty browser. They did a good design job on it. But yeah, I just think fire FOX is just it's it's a beam of just old shit even that new rendering engine, which does work pretty it's pretty snappy. But all in all it's still has too many flaws. When upper does everything I needed to do. I am going to try out Videla soon just to make sure that that it was a daily, right? New thing with the Vivaldi the volume daily daily. Yeah. That's the onion router. That's that's what you run. If you go into tour sorry and on the literally and onion, it is literally onion. But. Yeah, evolved eminent give that a shot soon. Just to see if it's up to snuff now that you can do sink on it..
"marc newson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Provider at no cost. Blest no range of serial numbers for the repairs. That also doesn't say when effective devices might have been sold that leads macrumors think the display component failure can impact any iphone ten device. People who think their device has the touch trouble should do an apple store or an apple out there. I service provider like an also contact apple support to arrange repair or replacement by mail people who've already paid to have the issue fixed can talk to apple about a refund. A more specific repair program for a limited range of machines. And other piece from macrumors says apple has announced the launch of a new SSD service program for the thirteen inch macbook pro songs touch bar after determining that the one hundred twenty eight and two hundred fifty six gigabyte SSD's in a limited number of these machines have an issue that can result in data loss and failure of the drive. Unlike the I. Phone ton program. This one has a date range, it's applicable to some machine sold between June twenty seventeen and June twenty eighteen there's also a range of potentially affected serial numbers people who think their machine might be among the affected commit their machines serial number through Oppal site to find out and finally today. News of a piece of hardware that is truly one of a kind the next web says, Sir, John the I've has designed the bit of bling for product read, though, this one doesn't come in read, the pieces, I've and longtime design collaborator. Marc Newson have designed diamond ring made entirely out of diamond if you're wondering where they found the diamond big enough. They didn't the piece quotes the auction house. The bees is saying the gemstone will be created by diamond foundry, the certified carbon neutral diamond producer who has pioneered and develop. A proprietary technology to form diamonds safely and sustainably.
"marc newson" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"But it's kind of like it's pretty, but it doesn't I don't know. I need to I feel like I need to see it on someone's finger that he's not to you like, do you note it to me? Here. Look, I've I've and longtime collaborator Marc Newson. Created a diamond ring, not just any dumber. It's made entirely out of diamond. It's expected to sell for one hundred fifty to two hundred and fifty thousand at a saw the bees auction on Miami on December fifth. I can't say it's the most attractive ring of ever seen. But I dealt with any problem selling it. Blah, blah. Yeah. I'm not a fan. This is I'll post a picture of it. But it kind of looks like it's funny. It looks like a ring that I had its full. It's just picture like regular round ring. But the top of its flat. And it looks just thick it looks masculine. Yeah. I agree. It looks like a knuckle ring. It looks like something that you'd wear on a middle finger. I don't know. But maybe in person, it's pretty no, no. I don't know that what does shame. The idea is great to do a whole ring out of two hundred and fifty grand for that. But also it looks like glass. Yeah. That's why just looks very you could never wear it. What kind of shape? Do you like it's funny? So I'd like originally is it a radiant is it like it's like a rectangle. Yes. Radiant. And then I went into I was at Tiffany's getting my cousin a gift, and I just happened to why. And I was even trying on round rings on. I'm actually not like opposed to it. Well, round ring is very classic. I never really liked them. But now, I think I really this is a radiant. Yes. That's the one. Yeah. I like the radiant cut too. I also like, you know, what I really love. I love an Asher cut. That's what I should have gotten the first time. But I don't think I knew the Ayrshire cut was here. It's the you designed your own this is an Asher cut. It looks like an emerald cut, but it square. Really pretty it's very geometric. It's very me. What I did was. I picked out an emerald cut. Right. The thing about the emerald cut. Is you have to cut them super deep here? That's an emerald cut versus an Asher. Oh, gotcha. Yeah. Pretty that is. Yes. And I didn't understand that. But I wanted something geometric because I'm not really like a curve Persia. Yep. And so I got the emerald Cup, but they had to cut a deep. So it would sparkle. So it doesn't really look as big as it is. But also, I don't know this. I love. Yeah. That's what I wouldn't want to make the state not that I'm getting another ring by the way, but I wouldn't want to make the same state. I don't know. I guess they'd have to see. So what can they actually do the ring that you have now can they do anything with it? I mean, they can make it into. I could put colored stones on the every two or three years. I take it to a jeweler. And I go do and bloody bloody. And then at the end of the day. I just think like why. Yeah. Yeah. And I don't have any emotional might sound terrible. I don't have any emotional attachment to the ring because he was. Not attached to it. He was just like, okay. What do you want? And we went to the guy, and he's like, which one, you know. Yeah. It wasn't just wasn't what's the band? Look like the band, I designed and the band is all poverties, and this was before anyone did Povey. So I had this idea to make it look more like a cocktail ring than an engagement ring. So he did this big wide Povey band, and even the cage the that the diamond sits in is all pas. Oh, wow. Yeah. But you look at it. If I pulled it out of the safe and showed a Jerry now, you'd be like, oh, yeah. I've seen that. Because now it's two years ago. Whatever we gotta gage. They didn't have any still don't feel like it came back in style. And you like no not fam- not a fan. Interesting kept. But I love my husband. So that's good..