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Real Estate Coaching Radio
"micro bit" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"And then the grizzled veterans over time, you guys start seeing these new agents take little at first, micro bites out of your market, then bigger bites than bigger bites. And then you see, you know, three to 5 years from now, these new agents are all of a sudden the dominant agent should have fallen from grace. That happens all the time. Why is it happen? Because you forgot grizzled veteran agent, what it took to get you there in the first place, and it's these basics, like what we're sharing with you now. Furiously fast lead follow-up with the incentive with the intent to set an appointment, your goal is not to generate a lead, your goal is to generate a pre qualified appointment next point Julie. Speaking of pre qualification, you were talking about asking the right questions to determine if they are going to make you an into an appointment. So remember to pre qualify all listing and buyer leads prior to setting that appointment, do not skip that step. Do not just throw them into your CRM and call them a lead. You should never, ever, ever end the day, or even the morning, with leads that you've not followed up on. So use our proven lead follow-up scripts followed by the buyer and seller pre qualification scripts, have them printed and ready to use this question came up on our private members page for our coaching clients this morning to which I said yes, we've done podcasts on this, but the scripts are what you need, go to the website, drill down and use them. So that's one of the things we do in coaching. And if you find yourself again, this is really important, guys, if you find yourself generating leads and you're not calling them back, urgently, and you're not asking the tough questions to find out what their level of motivation and readiness is. You're not doing your job. You're not doing the most basic job. And to what Julie said earlier, you're not going to pay the price for that ten minutes from now, or maybe even, you know, not even maybe a month from now, but you're going to pay the price because you're not going to have enough closings. You're going to have a financial issue in the future because you weren't willing to do the real work of real estate now. All this should happen in the morning. That's right, which leads us to 9 30 a.m.. Guess what? More lead follow up if you have the leads to follow up on. But if not, it's time for, you guessed it, proactively generation. Choose your most likely to list spokes. Take a step back. So you said if they don't have enough least to follow up on. So what you're saying, and we should really drill down this. Is their goal ultimately, and this is what we coach them to do. Is to set one pre qualified listing appointment a day. That's right. That's what we are. That's our goal with you guys.
Talk Python To Me
"micro bit" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"Is the wonderful creation of Damien George. Damian Damian is a physicist by training. He once told me what his PhD thesis title was and it's something like 11 dimensional and then he lost me. But he was at Cambridge and one of his hobbies or part of his background in his studies was working with robotics and he was part of the Australia team that entered the robo World Cup for Americans that soccer as it were. And which is rather appropriate given the fact that the World Cup in for human beings is happening right now. But what he wants to do is write a scripting language so that they could very quickly update what was going on in his robots, okay? And he learned a lot by doing that and then realized, well, actually perhaps if I take the things that I've learned building this stuff to a proper scripting language, then that'd be a cool project. So he looked around thinking, well, what's what are called scripting languages and arrived at python. A created an early version of micro python put it on KickStarter at thinking that he could sell a few boards, make a little bit of money and micro python would be there. Well, I think a 100,000 plus dollars later and lots and lots of orders for boards later. Micro python was has become this amazing success. And the whole point. I don't know. I caught the car moment, right? The dogs I got the car. Here we go. Well, it rather surprised Amy to say the least, but now my is designed to run in highly constrained environments. So for instance, I believe it can work with only 16 K of ram, for instance. Clearly, when you're running it on your board, actual python is running on the flash memory rather than the ram, which is something different, and Damien pulls an awful lot of tricks to actually make it work really efficiently, but because he's a physicist, he knows how to do experiments. And so that's what he does. I literally, where he tries to work out how can I get this big fat snake that's just eaten the elephant and squash it down into this small space so that we can still have a full reimplementation of python three on something that maybe has 16 K of ram like I know a micro bit unsurprisingly I have a box of micro bits. And circuit python is a friendly fork of micro python by the wonderful
Talk Python To Me
"micro bit" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
Real Estate Coaching Radio
"micro bit" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"They got other things going on. Well, guess what? That means that somebody else who is that much more aggressive is going to get the business from you. And this is the reason why, when we have new agents, brand new licensees who join our coaching program, we teach them this right away, they get it right away because they're not distracted with a bunch of bad ideas. They have gone to a bunch of seminars and been brainwashed by CRM salespeople telling them never to call people and all the rest of this Mickey Mouse. And those new agents, what they'll do, they get a lead, they're on that lead, they ask the questions. They ask the questions in the order in which they're supposed to be asked. They then determine that that's a seller. They get the house listed to get the transaction happening. And then the grizzled veterans over time, you guys start seeing these new agents take little at first, micro bites out of your market, then bigger bites than bigger bites. And then you see, you know, three to 5 years from now, these new agents are all of a sudden the dominant agent should have fallen from grace. That happens all the time. Why is it happen? Because the you forgot grizzled veteran agent, what it took to get you there in the first place, and it's these basics, like what we're sharing with you now. Furiously fast lead follow-up with the incentive with the intent to set an appointment, your goal is not to generate a lead, your goal is to generate a pre qualified appointment next point Julie. Speaking of free qualification, you were talking about asking the right questions to determine if they are going to make you an into an appointment. So remember to pre qualify all listing and buyer leads prior to setting that appointment, do not skip that step. Do not just throw them into your CRM and call them a lead. You should never, ever, ever end the day, or even the morning, with leads that you've not followed
"micro bit" Discussed on Beyond!
"You watch it again, you'll see it. He goes back in with some force. That's some of my favorite stuff in this is just the sort of the human element is like front and center despite everyone being some sort of deity. Are there any other tidbits like that that come to mind of like sort of just organic things that came out during performance capture? There's always some actors always we always try to be a collaboration with the actors. We wrote the words, but if you're feeling the answer you're doing that, like certain things and Chris is so good with Kratos. There's a moment after they come back after saving freyer and he gives them the boat and. Very kind of goes like this as he moves away 'cause he's the drugs are kicking in that they gave him for his wound and he's like, you know, make a van you're a crowd proud, and he pumps his fist like that. But the first few takes, he kept kind of like doing this to Chris. Chris came to me and he was like, if he does that one more time, I'm gonna grab him. He's like, because creatives would break that guy's arm. And so we went and we were like, hey, do something different, 'cause he wouldn't touch Kratos like that. And he was like, all right, cool. But it was just like them. They figured that out together, how they were gonna do that. And there's a couple other little moments like that. But it's just, everybody's into it. There's no star if you will. It's like it's a team effort to get these scenes because in one shot camera, if anybody misses, start over. So it's even the camera person has to be on. Even if somebody being like giving you the queue, we're getting really inside the how it's done now, but they don't carry the weapons on them. There's a stage hand walking behind them with the axe on their back, and then when they go to grab it, they let go. And if that gets dropped or whatever and then I'm going to start over again. You know what I mean? It's all these little moments. It's just a ballet. And if you see it, you'd be like, wow, this is wild, how this can. And then you get all that emotion at the same time. When they're trying to hit all these little pieces and these micro bits and, you know, another really one that I love personally is when the kids birth the jormungandr when they put the soul in it. And I was looking at it one day and I had, I was like, she's in the mythology is that they are the parents of these giant monsters and it's like, we can't be doing it the way it was done and there's very awkward. So we had to find interesting ways around this. So I was looking at it how we had it and I was like, oh, okay. When you guys go to put your hands up there, put your hands like this, you know? And it's like a little heart. And then the soul goes right through the middle of that, and it's like them coming together for that bonding moment to bring the arm and Gander into life. And it's just little things in that they forgot a couple of times and you keep moving their hands and then you get it just right. And then that ended up becoming the cover of the 7 inch that comes with the collector's edition. If you look at that, that's their hands like that with anger bode in the trace running into the field. That's awesome.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"micro bit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Be busier next week. Everyone keeps talking about earnings. Fed meeting, right? Jobs report and then healthcare companies, a lot of things coming our way. Okay, so 75 basis points is pretty much what people expect the fed to say on Wednesday, but then we turn our attention to December Caroline and try to get an understanding for what's going to happen there. Vince Cinderella from the macro squawk desk join us a little earlier in the program. And he made the argument that the fed really needs to slow down. And he said, I'm not saying that they should do anything. They should do nothing in December. But he argues that they got to give it time to let this hit the economy. Yeah, the fact that we, of course, the delayed in nature. But what's already being signaled by some of the CEOs that are foretelling the fact that we're already heading towards a recession. The fact that Amazon just pointed us towards a slow consumer, we have micro bits of data. The housing market that makes us be concerned, but in general, this is a market that seems to still bear strong. And the fact that central banks around the world are having to still fend off inflation that's just way too high. Yeah, and in addition to what we get and what we hear out of pal two, I do think there are any still matter. I mean, obviously, the level of companies with regards to size, not quite what we got this week. But I think just the breadth of industries that they cover, and it's a different corners of the economy. Maybe it's sort of that jigsaw puzzle finally comes to comes together and we get a better picture of the economy in full. I think so too, especially when you think about Uber and then I think Lyft is later when you think not only about the gig economy, but the reopening trade when a bell whether that has been the ability for the consumer to spend or not will have some car stuff sprinkled in there as well. And don't forget you get like the Zillow is an open doors, which of course have been hit hard. You get the Airbnb's with the world. We'll get a read on travel, things like that. But do you think that's, I think what you said to Taylor about the reopening economy, like look at the airlines, how well they did with their earnings. People are doing different things. Maybe they're not buying so much stuff from Amazon or kind of pulling back in some of the traditional buying that they did during the pandemic and getting out there, right? And maybe that's why we've seen those airlines. To this point, we had hurts yesterday, the CEO of hertz. And he said he'd see a single signal from what he's seeing in his business, the we're slowing down in any way, to your point, we're deciding to have experiences rather than by the ultimate Halloween costume to move them all. And on our Amazon lines, you tweeted out a great comment. What did the Intel CEO say press release? Nothing good to say. There were no economic signs. It really does paint a different picture. How did we get through this and not talk about Tom and giselle? I know. I don't want to talk about it. It's among the most read stories on the Bloomberg. Romaine. Are you up to date? I'm not something happened. Did he win another Super Bowl? Did she want to know the Super Bowl? Romaine. Oh, okay. All right, Andy. Thank you. That's a wrap. Guys, have a great Halloween time. How much giselle? She's cool. You're listening to Bloomberg business week with Carol messer and Bloomberg quick takes Tim on Bloomberg radio. I guess they were done. They cut us off. That was the control room saying. Enough is enough when it comes to this. Torrance is out. Yeah, it's gonna say tabloid talk. Maybe they're just done with us. I'm kind of obsessed
"micro bit" Discussed on Forever35
"I use both, and I think they're amazing and I'll just fill in my brows. I actually, I know y'all talked about microblading on a Q&A episode when you're listeners. I've been microbladed and I actually just wanted to share that. If anybody's curious about microblading in the process and what you need to know, I have videos out on the internets that you can search and it will give you the low down and everything that I wish I knew a year later. I mean, I got this done in 2016, so I go through all of the motions explaining and I'll give you some recommendations too on where to find a proper person to look to do it for you. So I heard that episode. And I was like, oh, I need to share that with them. Wait, do you both have your or is everyone here? Micro bit minus me? No, no. No. A fan wrote in and was like, you know, should I get microbladed? Tell me what to do and they were like, we should probably talk to someone that's been microbladed and I'm like, yay. We don't know. Me. But I still fill in my brows and use a brow gel because it's been almost 5 years since I've had that done. I love cream blush, rare beauty has an amazing cream blush that they launched. It wasn't in their initial launch, not their liquid blush. But it's their Korean blush, it's super cute. Selena, that's Selena Gomez line. Is that right? Yes. And if anybody wants to know if it's good, it's legit. It's amazing. She did it right. That's a celebrity beauty line that we stand. So it's very good, and then I'm trying to think. Oh, if I'm wearing concealer, it's probably nars or Armani, they're the best. I feel like they get the shades right. And they're tried and truce. And they know what's up. So yeah, and then my nighttime routine recently, honestly, it's been very, very simple because of this acne cosmetica thing happening. I wash my face with fresh soy based cleanser. If I need a second cleanse, I use the tatcha rice wash, and then I've been putting the SOS spray on, I'll use the skin medica, what does it TNS serum, Sarah? Yep, yeah, the TNS serum, which is just ungodly expensive, but it has every ingredient ever and it works. And it's not irritating to my skin. And then I finish with first aid beauty's moisturizer. It's like, you can buy a vat of it for $14 at Sephora. And it will last you for months. And it's not irritating. So that's me in a nutshell.
"micro bit" Discussed on Switched On
"They can change their behavior, and not necessarily need to buy anything, or they can stop consuming and that will almost certainly lower emissions integrated whether or not the other options. Failing that you need to supply chains decarbonized. That's applies to consumers. And remember, you could tie back two thirds of three quarters of emissions can be tied back to household consumption at the end of the day. We are generally producing something for someone who needs to produce something for household. So when you think about the sectors that are really reliant on consumer action, road transport or passenger transport is extremely reliant on consumer action. We either need consumers to buy electric vehicles and replace their ICUs or to forgo driving or to move from vehicles and into public transit and micro bit mobility and pedestrian alternatives. Without that, without consumers changing behavior or products, they will be no decarbonization in road transport, riding off biofuels and other options that the supply chain could do. But when you think about something like aviation, consumers have no alternative. They can stop flying potentially if it's a short haul flight, and there's alternatives available. But that's going to be a fairly minority of people in dense markets like where you're sitting in London. It's going to be nobody where I'm sitting in Australia. So really, we're totally reliant on the airline supply chain. The ideation supply chain to build lighter aircraft create lower fuel consumption planes and invest in alternatives and invest in hydrogen or electrical whatever the alternatives might be because consumers won't have that don't have that ability. And then across the power sector, you need both. Because Schumer's need to be buying the electric appliances such that the decarbonized electricity system can provide them with clean power. If you don't get both of those things, you still have emissions, stemming from 8 from cooking from other oil gas and solid fuel use. So consumers are a massive vector of change. They're needed. Really, the question here is around how do they engage with politicians, how to politicians engage with them to support that transition. When you look at the emissions in your home, that the bulk are coming from heat, aviation is a big factor as well. So you need to decide whether there is a product substitution that will allow you to go about your lifestyle or whether you're willing to be inconvenienced or abstained from consumption. And at the moment that comes down to an economic versus the lifestyle decision. But in the future, that doesn't necessarily have to be the case. Gosh, I think all roads lead to heat in so many respects, both in the residential and in the industry heat space. So hopefully my friend who is looking at that heat pump will help bring prices down and increase skilled labor to actually look at heat pumps. To build a potentially more sustainable home environment for all of us in the future. And bring those costs down if that technology. In the meantime, thank you Hugh for keeping an eye on different consumer behaviors. We look forward to speaking with you again sometime soon regarding what the surveys are telling us around.
Discussions of Truth
"micro bit" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"It was an instant book. So there couldn't have been any reviews from the media beforehand because we didn't send out copies beforehand. And then afterwards, there was so much censorship that none of the regular places that would have carried this kind of book and covered it and reviewed it did. So this New York Post piece is just filled with misinformation. And it's really striking that even the author of that takedown piece of that hit piece it's just going on and on trying to describe how unimpressive Bobby Kennedy is and how poorly this book that hasn't even been published is doing now. Now see herself had a bestselling book two and a half years ago. And that book has 3300 consumer reviews on Amazon. Bobby's book having been out for just over 6 weeks has 4009. So this is really striking a chord at the grassroots level. Notwithstanding everything they can throw at them throw at the book itself at the author of the book and it just seems like it's part of this playbook that happens to a lesser extent with lots and lots of other books. I mean, there was a book that we published by Judy migrants that was called the case against masks and we published two books simultaneously. So the case against masks and the case form asks just to sort of give people the opportunity to see the two best arguments that we could find for wearing a mask and not wearing one. So Amazon took it down right away. So they took down Judy's book and they left the case four masks up, so you see this incredibly thorough system of censoring things that don't follow the mainstream narrative. Yeah. That right there sounds incredible and on the same tune, it strikes me as curious to see the real Anthony Fauci by Robert F. Kennedy still live on Amazon. Are you prepared for it to be removed? So I don't think that's going to happen and I think that what's happening now is that there's been such back and forth with books being taken down and there's been coverage of it being taken down from pretty high level people. So Elon Musk wrote a letter about a year ago when somebody's book got taken down and said something like he was going to consider starting his own platform. And I think that Amazon doesn't really want to get involved in those kinds of controversies. And I think that they recognize that there's a big market for this perspective and for some other perspectives than the mainstream narrative. And I would guess that it's a bad direction for them to go in to take down more books and in recent months they haven't really been doing it in the way that they had done it right after the beginning of COVID. So that's my analysis of it. I mean, I think that they would like to stay nonpartisan as much as they can. And they recognize that when senators send send a letter to a private company asking them to take down books like Bobby Kennedy's book, which they actually did. Then, I think, Amazon recognizes or ought to recognize that it's a slippery slope. What's going to happen next? You'll have multiple Republican senators writing and asking them to take down some other book. So I think that they have likely decided to stay out of that. Tony Tony lines here ladies and gentlemen, Tony, what caused you what drove you to start this publishing company? I started at 15 years ago, we published lots of different kinds of books. So political books and books that sort of challenged the mainstream narrative on a bunch of different things. Just one piece of what we do. But I've always had a strong sense of justice and of wanting to sort of have freedom of speech in America. So I've always been drawn to books that are canceled for some reason and we published a whole bunch of those. Or books that people didn't want to publish for some reason other than the content of the book itself. So that gives you some insight into that, but we've done many, many books that cover both sides of the same issue with different perspectives. Yes. That's great. And that's again. These are democratic free free press values that you're encompassing. What is next for it sounds like the real Anthony Fauci is just the most or the most successful book that you've published Tony? Yeah, I don't think there's ever been a book that's been more successful for us. We have had 57 New York Times bestsellers before this one over the last 15 years. But this I think is more than any other book. But one other thing that I just wanted to say since I'm on it is that people really ought to think about what it means when they read a hit piece on Bobby Kennedy or on 2D micro bits or can tech and lively or any of a number of people. They don't really think about what that means and how that whole process works. And more and more, it makes me think that when that happens, it shows that somebody has sort of struck a chord and that they're powerful groups and powerful people who are really trying to silence that person. And so I've known Bobby for the last 11 years since we published his book time aerosol that the science speak. And when that book came out, they were negative reviews before anybody got the manuscript. So I was shocked by that then it was it was very, very rare then and it seemed sort of like an isolated thing. But it's shocking that something like that could happen in America. That major newspapers could write negative stories about a book that they haven't read. And now that's becoming very, very common. But all of these fit pieces where they're attacking the author of a book and not addressing any of the content of a book. I mean, that's a playbook that's devised by a PR company. I mean, that's not that's not normal. That's not what is supposed to happen in a democratic society. I mean, I've known Bobby Kennedy for ten years, more than ten years. And I can tell you that he's incredibly sincere is we serve meticulous. I mean, this is somebody who's bought brought hundreds and hundreds of lawsuits trying to force corrupt officials and corrupt companies to do the right thing. And this is somebody who could have made much more money doing anything else. He's not taking a penny in royalties for this book. He's not. He doesn't care about the money. So stories that say that are just totally false. This is a guy who works around the clock with just the most sincere.
Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
"micro bit" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
"You know what we're talking about. String we mean threads as well done with so in the state I meant stranded at we all recall. It's in the states. We call track the this Outland what's already got back on the mediterranean many years ago when the brow guys which is dying the not actually using the threat. I have an allied to was. Just take an eyeliner pencil. Laura coal pencil when you put the make in the inside of your eyes and just remind thread over and then dots went off color on the threat of the now. Okay so never. I've never purchase or we don't even sell any of those threads scott like the color already on them. Just do it myself eyebrow pen so you have to do as well just to make show that things are even in the center like sides also i can even measure from the outside to the top of the to the treiguts itself just making sure actually got that straight to the trade sled volumes law stretch tied. Hopefully you say crema pencil so when a than the island. 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The Last American Vagabond
"micro bit" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Pfizer jabs side effects than cove. It just in case. You didn't hear that. The headline from the guardian boys so younger. Obviously more at risk from pfizer. The injection the copen injection then. Excuse me visor side effects then co vid so right now the fact that they're forcing this on children under the guise that this is safer for them that the benefits outweigh the risks. Everything we kept getting parroted. That's not true. And of course they're saying based study suggests now of course that could be wrong. It could be all sorts of things around this but we have shown you continually nonstop from the beginning to now that there an waterfall of evidence. Showing you exactly that especially because same old thing. They are at zero risk. It's not too difficult to put this together. If you have zero risk anything is more of a risk anything but yet they don't care about that so the reality that they're saying this grudgingly now way after the fact because of the same studies that we just showed you on top of the next one it just shows you how hard it is and even the guardian is going. Well we gotta do this. I mean maybe that's what's happening but the bottom line is regardless of what their motive is. This is what the data's there. The evidence is there the peer viewed scientists. They're the only other side is the of this. Is the government and the media telling you the other side of the opposite the media and the government telling you the opposite. We're showing you the facts. The data the backup the reality. They're telling you what they want you to hear based on narrative and we're going to blow this away today throughout the show now it goes on to say healthy. Boys may be more likely to be admitted to hospital with a rare side effect rare there. Even they're still saying how is it. How can you be more likely a rare side effect. Then the i mean it's just so funny. How they you know they still put that stuff in there. Were they rare side effects from of the by pfizer. Biotech cova vaccine. It causes inflammation of the heart otherwise known as our adidas. Then colbert itself. Us researchers claim their analysis of medical data suggests that boys aged twelve to fifteen the group the right now trying to force this into their arms with no underlying medical conditions are four to six times four to six times more likely to be diagnosed with vaccine related micro bites than ending up in hospital with colbert over four.
Ubuntu Podcast TEST
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"micro bit" Discussed on Embedded
"Welcome to embedded. I'm in right alongside. Christopher white our guest. This week is alex glow. I'm going to talk about making projects. All kinds of projects are expected joining us. What's up could you tell us about yourself as though we met for the first time in the alleyway of the super conference sure so i would probably be bouncing around of it to just kind of imagine that An i would say. I'm alex i'm a oh boy. I would definitely stumble over it so very realistic. I do the video channels for extra dot. Io which is a community an online community for hardware developers to share their projects and do contests and things. So i do is run our video channels so i build projects irate up tutorials i teach people how to use new and cool technology and tools and i also get to interview cool people like you but another day. Maybe maybe another day might be fun and i introduced us acts clo- but it's actually glow glass. Maybe you're so sure yeah. Everyone thinks it's a stage name. And i get that question fairly often like so. The glow is just a shortened version of glass which is the anglicized version of go. Vats ski which is the polish name Some people call it like glowacki instead. I'm i'm kind of glad we went with us instead. But i don't know i could've been alex wacky instead. Who knows why the fact that. It's glow and ascii are just that so represents what you do it's perfect. Yeah it's going to break through it okay. So let's do lightning round where we ask you short and we went short answers. And if we're well behaved we wouldn't ask you. How all those things. Christopher you wanna go first yes i will go first and i will cover the fact that i'm scrolling around the document by talking okay fewer building i o t stuffed animal. What system would you use does. Okay so i'm sure we've all seen i've definitely seen my share of iot stuffed animals. That were very creepy. Sometimes a goal. It's usually not an so. There's like you know physically creepy conceptually creepy rate. So i think a lot of the things that iot stuffed animals would be doing like for example that german i forget what it was called but they found out that you know it was really hackel and so people could speak through it and say creepy stuff to your kids or like hear what your kids in like basically spy on you and stuff and that's always optimal so with things like that. I would always opt for something. That is not internet connected or and or that you have full control over. So there's a couple of systems like microsoft and snips dot ai. The are very privacy. Vocal focused versions of things. Like google assistant and alexa. That basically make it so that you can fully control you know what it accesses you can. Maybe even run offline you can set up your own Wake words so like instead of you know mike after or whatever you could say jarvis or whatever Enzo actually looking at building. Not a stuffed animal but A differently designed kind of interface for that in fact this was the archimedes is my l. So he doesn't talk to the internet at all And uses google's vision kit to do some cool little Sort of emotion detection stuff. But if you i would probably make like some kind of stuffed animal and put either snips remake often in order to have it like assist me with things like maybe language learning or something. Okay so for the second lightning around question. Sorry oh no that was fantastic through good. Ooh yeah and we're definitely going to talk about the al. How could we not. But i do have another question sort of in the same vein if you were building a camera to monitor a three d. printer in your home. Who was sort of system would use. Well so i actually have three d. printer in my home huge shock there and i use I have an m three d. micro printer and it can be run off of occupy so there's raspberry pi system. It's an image. You can download that basically. Lets you run Three d. printers off of a raspberry pi and that way you don't have to leave your computer connected to it and it even has a little Option where you can just plug in a camera your raspberry pi and use that. So i'd probably go with that. Is that what you use christopher. Nice if you're going to classroom of second graders what would you take well. The micro bit The bbc micro bit is a board that has a fiber five. Led grid and an accelerometer and it can talk to each other by a radio and you can program it with block programming. It's kind of based on this other one called the code bug. That's an even sort of like cuter. Sort of bug shaped version. Little clip-on places. You can clip on alligator clips and stuff so those would both be good choices or little bits. Which is like a sort of lego for electroncs. They've been having kids the little bits and they've been just the most adorable kits. What star wars. I saw. They have a collaboration with corgan villas so cool expensive so cool last one in his style. The question if you're going to make a car sized fighting a robot what system would you take I would definitely still want that to not be internet. Control like nothing. Ooh boy so actually contemplated. I contemplated doing like a smart car. System based on an intel edison. But that was like years ago. Let's see what i do now Maybe maybe i would use the nevena. So the nevada navene. I'm not sure how you say it but by bunny is totally. Diy laptop system. That's designed to be completely open source to the point. That like you build the case in everything and it's got this This configuration array called a peek away after nadia peak So you can sort of screw things in wherever you want and so maybe taking that to kind of a maximalists viewpoint where you would turn it like not into something that small and portable but just like outfit with you know you've got tons of space you put everything open source on their. It'd be like super it'd be really cool. All right what does your lausanne for you. Obviously lapels kushner content. Do you have a tip. Everyone should know. Yeah so this is the i always ask for. Always forget about this most important one. Which is that if you're doing something with electronics on a table Especially with lots of little screws and stuff. And even if you're using one of those little matt's where you can put all the components stuff swear a skirt or like where or something true times that has saved me from having not crawl on the floor hunting presenting that dropped like. Oh my god. Totally service mount soldering. You know all those tiny little things. Yes when they fall in your lap. They're really easy to find a few skirt. It's still good life hacks. Has to have to buy some skirts okay. So so let's get to also. Because i know everybody out there is like going. Howls tell me about the owls. You have a robot owl. You mentioned in a i y vision okay so me so Airway stands for diy. It's a system created a google. Basically make it easy for people to mess around with our artificial intelligence. And they do so. It's this cute all hardboard kit that you put together a little box that has in this. There's a voice version. A vision version of vision. Version comes a little Camera and an activity led A little piazzolla buzzer for audio feedback. As well as a little light up button that's were shows you the status and you can hit the button and Take a picture and it runs on python so they sent us one of these and i was introducing it to the hoekstra community. So i put together the kit then. I was like well for maker faire. We should make something really cool with this right and i was like. I'm gonna make something that gives away stickers. I'll just cut to the cool part. Basically a bunch of stuff happened. And then i decided to make it into a Three printed owl robot on a cervo kimball so Pan until it can sort of look around and stuff so in one of his is the cameron and the other is i is the pizzo speaker. And then since i couldn't fit the button in his head as well because it's kind of a big arcade button..
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"Show family meeting The Shelby Shelly showdown to in about 20 minutes. $103.50 13 straight wins for Shelly. We'll see if you can beat her today to start the week party waiting by the phone dawn. All right, let's call Jason. You guys met on him. She went out on a date that you thought went well, you talked about seeing each other again. And he agreed all. Yeah, that would be great. You know, whatever. Except now he's ghosting. And you wanna know why? All right, let's call him right now. Good luck. Hmm. Hello. Hi. This is Jason. Yes, it is a Jason Fred Fred Show one of 35 Kiss FM in Chicago. Everybody's here from the show on Do I have to tell you that we are on the radio right now? And I need your permission to continue with that call with this call. Is that okay? If we do that? Uh, yes, sure. Thank you. We appreciate that. We're calling on behalf of Ah, woman named Don. Who? I guess you met on hinge and you went on one date with you Recall this date. This woman? Yeah. Yeah, I remember. Okay. Well, um, she did. I prove he was already laughing. She described a great date and and said, you guys have talked about seeing each other again and believe that would happen. Except now you're ghosting, and she's kind of wondering. Why can you explain to us what happened? Um, yeah, yeah, I could do that, Um, Yeah, we went out. And yeah, it was really nice time. Way had some great conversations. She was really cool, but I noticed that she She happens, Tonto. Did God do chewing back either, right? Yeah. Copenhagen. Those guys. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Like, like, Look, comes in a little round container and I don't know people like this anymore. So you like, stick the tobacco on your lip, and then you spit the remnants out as you go. Where did she spit? It? Yeah. Yeah, I'm at a loss. I went to college in Texas. And like a lot of unfortunate friends. Who did it had a really tough to leave the solo dip cups all over the apartment. Yeah. Drink. Um, Okay. So she dips of this Does she get in your car, like, put it dip in. Or was there already a dip in when she got in the car? Well, um My car's in the shop. So like, um, choose taking me in her car. And, Yeah, I happened to notice the dip into her glove compartment and then like and then, like one of the cup holders, uh, e. Get the car. Did you go in there compartment, though, Did she like, get it out to put the dip it, uh Yeah, That's right. Like she opened it up and then Yeah. Then put it next Heir Cup. It was just really mean flavor or final care. I'm sorry. That's disgusting. I don't want to kiss somebody after they've done Let me bring down and I forgot to mention the done so don, you're a you're a dipper. I mean, it's better than smoking. I don't know is it? You know, everyone has a vice It's been a really stressful time. Like they give you a little bit of comfort, but dip in your lip. I think there's a buzz, right? I mean, people would feel good. Littlefield. Okay? No, no. First of all, it's not Better than smoking. Some scientists say that it's arguably worse that because is, uh, like four different types of cancer. We're not you're endorsing it. I don't know that's that's I don't know if that's a true statement. I don't think it is. But let's talk about a disgusting habit. In general, though it means you got to admit, Don. It's gross like it's not. It's pretty gross. I mean, it's not like my best feature, but I I just I don't think that that is, you know, no second date movie. I mean, was it in there the whole date like are you just replacing it? And how long does a dip last E got a lot of questions the way it's not like it was the whole time. It's not like Do you like, present the best version of yourself, though, on a first date, you don't dip until the third date. Everybody knows that. That's a rule. But do you want to do for advertising? Okay, Offer him some dinner to be courteous question. Yeah. Did you offer him where you selfish about? Makes it better? No, I didn't. I didn't think that that first of all, you embarrass you, but it's just kind of Yeah. I mean, you did ask me. You asked us to find out why he didn't call you and he's Telling us that you had a discussing habit he thought And you know, I don't know. Do you expect someone to kiss you after you've had a big wad of tobacco in your mouth? All right. I'm just surprised you've ever heard this before. Like, unless I feel like here's the thing. I feel like a lesson. The other person also dips. I feel like you're probably not. You know, they may or may not enjoy that habit of yours. Thinks money like an everyday thing. It's not every day just on days like today on this day on this day of all days, I feel bad, I think. Okay, Well, I mean, but you know, you ask us for the information we got that he's not into it. She needs a hard couple years. Whatever so, so, so not gonna be another date than Jason, right? I mean, I can assume we're not doing this again. Yeah, Definitely not. Okay. Hey, don, look you do you and and I'm sorry It didn't work out. But you know, everybody has their thing. And for him, he doesn't. He wasn't into the dip cup and then it's kind of gross. It's actually real gross. Oh, okay. Oh, wow. Maybe throw him out. It's okay. You but you didn't cop and do you okay? All right. Best of luck to both of you. Okay? She sounds very sad. I don't want you to be sad but go, go dip. Try using tropical flavored spit, spit. Spit. Take no spit to grow. Okay. Sorry. Alright. Best of luck to both of you. Okay? All right, that I was trying to think right now, if I've encountered anything that disgusting On a date, but I have I mean, and granted. I mean, it's gross. I had a roommate who did it. It's gross, and my roommate was not. It was a good guy, but he wasn't that conscientious about it. So he would like the dip cops. It'll solo cups were just all over the place. This is a female or a male roommate with guys in college was six girls and three guys. And so the dip cups were earlier. No judgment, but Well, maybe a little judgment, but I actually haven't seen a woman do it before. This is the first I've heard of it because I like to try everything once, but my ex would never let me. Maybe I will know. Just be like screw you and sent a picture. That's right. You know what? Now that you're gone. No, no. I mean a lot of hockey players. I'm friends would do it too. And they say it gives you a buzz. Well, you're the nicotine buzz. Sure you and I guess I get. I don't want to spread information here. But isn't there under like micro bits of like fiberglass or something in it with mental that is supposed to like, get into your bloodstream faster or something? I don't know if it's menthol cigarettes do that, But I don't know. I mean, if it's in the little package Oh, just the spitting is what's grows like the black water. Have you have you encounter Kalen like a really disgusting habit on a first date that you're thinking? How could you not? Like like, Yeah, it's a first date, like hide this for the third or fourth day. Paulina Anything come to me because I guess I've been really lucky in that regard like it. No one's done anything really gross. Like I haven't gotten out of the car and some girl hooks a big loogie or something like I know I've done the date where the guys chewing with his mouth open to the point that food is falling out. That's a real nasty Helen to date in six months a year, like two days because that was nasty to me. Oh, my God, I never went back out with him one more time. And then that was a rap. That's nasty to me. I'm sorry. Close your mouth. Mama never taught you like come on. I went on a first date with a woman not that long ago and she went off on, you know, crazy, right wing conspiracies and how much she likes to particular characters, and not even the obvious. It's like, like, really far out, right, folks, and I'm like, Look, I consider myself a libertarian, like really, Almost that bad. Like you ever listen to that guy? The knowledge he speaks Alex.