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00:00:11 00:00:14 >> It's Friday.
00:00:14 00:00:17 Do you know where your IT pros are? We don't.
00:00:17 00:00:21 It's Patch and Switch.
00:00:21 00:00:26 Now two people who put min in IT admin.
00:00:26 00:00:30 It's Patch and Switch.
00:00:31 00:00:33 >> Slight dig?
00:00:33 00:00:37 >> I don't get that. It's like- Do you know how to spell?
00:00:37 00:00:42 >> Like we're the min. We're the min IT admin.
00:00:42 00:00:45 >> The minimal forum. Do you
00:00:45 00:00:46 really want to trust us this-
00:00:46 00:00:48 do you really want to trust us?
00:00:48 00:00:50 >> Well, hey, we're starting 10 minutes late.
00:00:50 00:00:51 >> You know why?
00:00:51 00:00:52 >> Because.
00:00:52 00:00:55 >> I was doing some from the trenches work.
00:00:55 00:00:56 >> We all were.
00:00:56 00:00:57 >> We all were doing it.
00:00:57 00:00:58 >> I think if you had a live shot
00:00:58 00:01:00 inside this room as we were doing it,
00:01:00 00:01:03 you'd see all of us scrambling around to figure it out.
00:01:03 00:01:05 The thing that tipped us off there was a problem as
00:01:05 00:01:07 soon as we hit go the first time,
00:01:07 00:01:09 it said DNS error.
00:01:09 00:01:11 There's always DNS.
00:01:11 00:01:13 >> Is always on DNS.
00:01:13 00:01:18 >> But then that led to the inevitable check to physical?
00:01:18 00:01:18 >> Yeah.
00:01:18 00:01:21 >> Which was the terminator was off on
00:01:21 00:01:23 the end of the coaxial 10base-T
00:01:23 00:01:25 that we run inside the suite here.
00:01:25 00:01:26 >> And the bits were falling all over.
00:01:26 00:01:28 >> They were falling off on the floor like a little pool.
00:01:28 00:01:28 >> Yeah.
00:01:28 00:01:30 >> So, we found that problem,
00:01:30 00:01:31 plugged in the terminator again.
00:01:31 00:01:35 >> I found a room at a cleanup. The bits.
00:01:35 00:01:37 >> For all bits are on the floor. We picked them up.
00:01:37 00:01:37 >> Yeah.
00:01:37 00:01:39 >> Send them back inside the cable with
00:01:39 00:01:42 the funnel and then finally,
00:01:42 00:01:45 it turned out to also be on top of that little bit of
00:01:45 00:01:48 the fat fingering perhaps of
00:01:48 00:01:51 a character being incorrect on the streaming key.
00:01:51 00:01:53 >> It's the fact that
00:01:53 00:01:58 the Facebook's page uses a Sans Serif font.
00:01:58 00:02:00 >> Sans Serif.
00:02:00 00:02:03 >> I thought an I.
00:02:03 00:02:04 >> Oh yeah?
00:02:04 00:02:04 >> A capital I.
00:02:04 00:02:04 >> Was an L?
00:02:04 00:02:06 >> Was actually a lower case L.
00:02:06 00:02:07 >> I hate that thing.
00:02:07 00:02:08 >> Yeah, exactly.
00:02:08 00:02:11 >> Times New Roman. It's got to be Times New Roman.
00:02:11 00:02:12 >> Comic Sans, baby.
00:02:12 00:02:15 Comic Sans works as well.
00:02:15 00:02:16 So first of all there's a lot of
00:02:16 00:02:18 those salad a little bit of a shocker.
00:02:18 00:02:21 You're actually in the country.
00:02:21 00:02:23 >> I know, right?
00:02:23 00:02:24 >> We're actually in the same room.
00:02:24 00:02:26 >> Can you make sure that's not a hologram?
00:02:26 00:02:29 >> I know. It's a holographic rejection.
00:02:29 00:02:31 We found a new room to do this in.
00:02:31 00:02:33 >> Yeah. I like it.
00:02:33 00:02:34 I like what you've done with the place.
00:02:34 00:02:36 >> It's a completely absolutely not me.
00:02:36 00:02:38 The nomes and channel mine
00:02:38 00:02:41 have gone ahead and they've actually decorated the room.
00:02:41 00:02:43 I'm glad to see that they didn't take any of
00:02:43 00:02:46 our recommendations that we made, right?
00:02:46 00:02:47 >> Exactly.
00:02:47 00:02:48 >> We were looking for a wet bar on
00:02:48 00:02:50 the wall over there, that didn't happen.
00:02:50 00:02:51 >> No, that didn't happen. Kegerator.
00:02:51 00:02:52 >> Coffee dispenser over here and
00:02:52 00:02:54 a kegerator up there for some reason next
00:02:54 00:02:57 to the sound guy and it didn't happen-
00:02:57 00:02:58 >> Steve the sound guy?
00:02:58 00:02:59 >> Steve the sound guy. I didn't want to call
00:02:59 00:03:01 you Steve today. That's Jared.
00:03:01 00:03:03 Jared. Mr. Shockley. J shock,
00:03:03 00:03:04 on the on the sounds.
00:03:04 00:03:05 >> What happened to the intern?
00:03:05 00:03:07 >> The intern left
00:03:07 00:03:09 because it's been so long since we've had a show.
00:03:09 00:03:11 They've graduated from university.
00:03:11 00:03:13 >> They got a doctorate.
00:03:13 00:03:15 >> They have a doctorate now?
00:03:15 00:03:17 A doctorate in IT management.
00:03:17 00:03:19 >> Just so you know, you've been called out on
00:03:19 00:03:20 your 10base. By Pierre.
00:03:20 00:03:22 He says it's 10base2.
00:03:22 00:03:24 You call yourself an IT pro?
00:03:24 00:03:25 Oh.
00:03:25 00:03:27 >> I'm trying to come up with these witticisms
00:03:27 00:03:28 on the fly. It's hard, man.
00:03:28 00:03:30 I gave up caffeine two weeks ago,
00:03:30 00:03:33 I'm drinking grass clippings in water right now.
00:03:33 00:03:35 >> You know tea has caffeine?
00:03:35 00:03:38 >> Not this one. This is a caffeine free. It's a decaf-
00:03:38 00:03:40 >> Why aren't you drinking decaf coffee?
00:03:40 00:03:44 >> I'm I'm less angry now that I'm off caffeine.
00:03:44 00:03:45 I don't have these rages.
00:03:45 00:03:47 I don't know these uncontrollable bursts of rage anymore.
00:03:47 00:03:50 >> So, you now say sorry more?
00:03:50 00:03:50 >> I say sorry more.
00:03:50 00:03:52 >> He apologizes a lot more.
00:03:52 00:03:54 >> No, I say I'm really sorry.
00:03:54 00:03:55 >> Really Sorry?
00:03:55 00:03:55 >> Really sorry.
00:03:55 00:03:56 >> Sorry.
00:03:56 00:03:58 >> That's funny.
00:03:58 00:04:00 >> We're going to have compress the show, man.
00:04:00 00:04:02 I got a 10 o'clock I got to go to now.
00:04:02 00:04:02 >> Do you really?
00:04:02 00:04:05 >> Yeah. Like we've got to- Let's go, let's go.
00:04:05 00:04:09 >> Okay. So we should start with the program?
00:04:09 00:04:11 >> Is anybody in the room? Is anyone
00:04:11 00:04:12 talking with us besides us?
00:04:12 00:04:12 >> No.
00:04:12 00:04:14 >> Because we're ten minutes late.
00:04:14 00:04:16 Is anyone actually in the Facebooks?
00:04:16 00:04:18 >> Yeah. Actually Tiago is here, say hello Tiago.
00:04:18 00:04:18 >> Hello?
00:04:18 00:04:22 >> Pierre Roman, Vizio VP guy is here as use.
00:04:22 00:04:24 >> He's a very dedicated fan. I want to call him out.
00:04:24 00:04:25 >> Yes, absolutely.
00:04:25 00:04:27 >> He calls us when we don't have a show.
00:04:27 00:04:28 >> When we don't show up.
00:04:28 00:04:30 >> So we're calling him out as we begin a dedicated fan.
00:04:30 00:04:31 >> When I'm stuck at London-Heathrow.
00:04:31 00:04:31 >> Yes.
00:04:31 00:04:32 >> For five and a half hours.
00:04:32 00:04:33 By the way they pay you for that
00:04:33 00:04:35 just so you know. Let us see.
00:04:35 00:04:37 >> Unlimited ramen.
00:04:38 00:04:39 >> [inaudible].
00:04:39 00:04:40 >> [inaudible] as long as my AmEx has a room.
00:04:40 00:04:41 >> Yeah.
00:04:41 00:04:44 >> Harold's here. Stevens is here.
00:04:44 00:04:46 Our good friend Jay flow in the house.
00:04:46 00:04:47 >> Oh, nice.
00:04:47 00:04:49 >> Tyler Colstra is in the house as well.
00:04:49 00:04:51 Frederick Burke as well.
00:04:51 00:04:53 He's on the same page as Satya,
00:04:53 00:04:57 as he is a featured speaker, easy for me to say.
00:04:57 00:04:59 At the Microsoft Ignites.
00:04:59 00:05:00 >> Congratulations.
00:05:00 00:05:04 >> They Steven is here. Colleen is
00:05:04 00:05:05 here when she should be doing something.
00:05:05 00:05:07 >> Come on. What is she? Slacking?
00:05:07 00:05:09 >> I don't know. She doesn't report to me any more.
00:05:09 00:05:11 >> What does she actually do?
00:05:11 00:05:14 >> She runs the Azure Active Directory webinars.
00:05:14 00:05:15 >> Oh, okay.
00:05:15 00:05:16 >> Yeah.
00:05:16 00:05:16 >> All right. Nice.
00:05:16 00:05:16 Good for her.
00:05:16 00:05:19 >> So we can hire to produce these.
00:05:19 00:05:22 She runs webinars, this is like a webinar.
00:05:22 00:05:23 >> But see here's the thing, we have to actually pay.
00:05:23 00:05:25 >> Okay. No, that's not going to work.
00:05:25 00:05:26 >> What?
00:05:26 00:05:27 >> That won't work. No. We're not
00:05:27 00:05:29 taking your salary away.
00:05:29 00:05:30 You're good. Just so
00:05:30 00:05:31 long as you don't start pressuring us to
00:05:31 00:05:33 be able to get the minimum Seattle minimum wage.
00:05:33 00:05:34 We can't afford.
00:05:34 00:05:34 >> Like Steve did.
00:05:34 00:05:37 >> Yes, can't afford it. Can't afford it.
00:05:37 00:05:38 >> Mark Fleming's in the house as well.
00:05:38 00:05:39 >> Nice.
00:05:39 00:05:40 >> As this Jay shock.
00:05:40 00:05:42 >> And you are?
00:05:42 00:05:42 >> Oh, Chuck's here.
00:05:42 00:05:43 >> You are?
00:05:43 00:05:44 >> Say hello to Chuck.
00:05:44 00:05:44 >> Hello Chuck?
00:05:44 00:05:47 >> Chuck Cocker and Chuck Richards.
00:05:47 00:05:48 >> Wow.
00:05:48 00:05:48 >> Yeah.
00:05:48 00:05:50 >> All these new people. Thank you
00:05:50 00:05:51 for joining the insanity.
00:05:51 00:05:53 That's Joey Snow. Rick Clause just
00:05:53 00:05:55 in case your first time or you don't know.
00:05:55 00:05:56 >> Patch and Switch.
00:05:56 00:05:57 >> Patch and Switch or Switch and
00:05:57 00:05:58 Patch, we don't know which one it is.
00:05:58 00:05:59 >> Hi Rick?
00:05:59 00:06:03 >> There we go. I have no idea what [inaudible]
00:06:03 00:06:04 >> Chuck says not only are you ten minutes
00:06:04 00:06:06 late but it looks like you went back in history.
00:06:06 00:06:08 >> As you can see.
00:06:08 00:06:11 >> Yeah, so throughout the show I think people
00:06:11 00:06:14 need to call out their favorite box they see behind them.
00:06:14 00:06:15 Joey was telling me a story
00:06:15 00:06:20 of when he first worked with Exchange 2000.
00:06:20 00:06:21 Which he has boxed back here.
00:06:21 00:06:22 >> Yeah.
00:06:22 00:06:24 >> So recount that one quickly.
00:06:24 00:06:26 Just what was unique about the version you had?
00:06:26 00:06:28 >> Yeah. So the version that we had
00:06:28 00:06:31 was given to me on a burn CD Rom.
00:06:31 00:06:32 I had Xeroxed-
00:06:32 00:06:34 >> Did it fit inside the tray?
00:06:34 00:06:36 Did you have to put it in a tray inside it?
00:06:36 00:06:40 >> No. We had to find a.
00:06:40 00:06:42 >> A server with a CD-ROM in it.
00:06:42 00:06:43 >> With a CR-ROM drive.
00:06:43 00:06:46 Yeah. Actually, oh no, you know what?
00:06:46 00:06:48 That wasn't Exchange 2000,
00:06:48 00:06:49 that was Exchange 5.
00:06:49 00:06:50 >> Oh wow!
00:06:50 00:06:52 >> Yeah. So that was the- we did migration from MS-
00:06:52 00:06:53 >> 5 or 5 5?
00:06:53 00:06:54 >> No, 5.
00:06:54 00:06:54 >> Oh Wow!
00:06:54 00:06:57 >> So we did the migration from MS Mail
00:06:57 00:06:59 3.2 which was running on a 286.
00:06:59 00:07:00 >> I didn't think anyone ran 5.
00:07:00 00:07:07 >> That sat at the back of my manager's office.
00:07:07 00:07:11 We upgraded to a 386 to run Exchange 5,
00:07:11 00:07:14 and they had these connectors that you had to use
00:07:14 00:07:16 to talk to MS Mail servers and stuff.
00:07:16 00:07:16 >> Yeah, everything.
00:07:16 00:07:19 >> And I remember-
00:07:19 00:07:19 >> The old mail drop system.
00:07:19 00:07:22 >> Yeah. I remember just getting the CD and I'm like
00:07:22 00:07:24 why isn't it- very few CDs at
00:07:24 00:07:26 the time and let alone one that wasn't printed.
00:07:26 00:07:28 Like somebody had marked on
00:07:28 00:07:30 sharpie on top of it, right? I'm like what is this.
00:07:30 00:07:31 >> Some intern up in Redmond.
00:07:31 00:07:33 >> Yeah, some intern in Redmond.
00:07:33 00:07:35 >> The prerelease documentation
00:07:35 00:07:37 and every page was watermarked.
00:07:37 00:07:40 >> Wait, it wasn't mark down on a website? Come on, man.
00:07:40 00:07:42 >> Oh, no. Every page had the watermark
00:07:42 00:07:44 from Word on it that said prerelease, right?
00:07:44 00:07:46 So we're really through this stuff and I'm like-
00:07:46 00:07:46 >> Draft.
00:07:46 00:07:48 >> Exactly, right. I'm like,
00:07:48 00:07:51 is really how I'm supposed to do this installation?
00:07:51 00:07:52 >> Nice.
00:07:52 00:07:56 >> And I ended up- everything was fine getting
00:07:56 00:07:57 the main server up and running
00:07:57 00:07:58 but it was getting connected back to
00:07:58 00:08:01 the- because we did work for Microsoft at the time.
00:08:01 00:08:02 >> Right.
00:08:02 00:08:06 >> This is a call center and getting it connected to
00:08:06 00:08:08 the exchange connector here so that we
00:08:08 00:08:11 could send mail back to Redmond.
00:08:12 00:08:16 I ended up- I'm like I don't know who to call about this
00:08:16 00:08:18 because this product isn't
00:08:18 00:08:20 even really out yet. There's no support.
00:08:20 00:08:21 >> Hello Bill!
00:08:21 00:08:21 >> How come this isn't working?
00:08:21 00:08:22 >> Hello! Bill!
00:08:22 00:08:23 >> How comes this isn't working? So there were
00:08:23 00:08:25 several late nights as I tried
00:08:25 00:08:26 to get it working but eventually it happened.
00:08:26 00:08:31 >> Pierre Roman is suggesting a 36 with a turbo switch.
00:08:31 00:08:32 >> We actually did had to engage
00:08:32 00:08:33 the turbo switch when we installed
00:08:33 00:08:37 Exchange. Speeds it up just a little bit.
00:08:37 00:08:39 >> More power. It really just makes the-
00:08:39 00:08:41 >> Chuck has been calling out
00:08:41 00:08:44 the 8-inch floppy disk up above the verbatim floppy disk.
00:08:44 00:08:44 >> Yeah.
00:08:44 00:08:46 >> There's a virtual PC up there.
00:08:46 00:08:47 We could sit and look-.
00:08:47 00:08:48 >> Oh, is there really?
00:08:48 00:08:49 >> Oh yeah.
00:08:49 00:08:50 >> For the Mac.
00:08:50 00:08:51 >> Yeah.
00:08:51 00:08:52 >> That's awesome.
00:08:52 00:08:52 >> Interesting.
00:08:52 00:08:54 >> I love this studio. And is
00:08:54 00:08:56 there something- so I'm going to ask,
00:08:56 00:08:58 we're supposed to bring things to
00:08:58 00:08:59 help personalize it for the show.
00:08:59 00:09:00 >> Right.
00:09:00 00:09:02 >> Are there things that our fantastic audience
00:09:02 00:09:04 out there would like to see,
00:09:04 00:09:06 that maybe we could find
00:09:06 00:09:08 in our own archives or the archives themselves?
00:09:08 00:09:10 >> Oh yes. We've already got one request. A Vizio box.
00:09:10 00:09:11 >> Of course.
00:09:11 00:09:12 >> Of course. I think we need to find
00:09:12 00:09:14 a Vizio box just for John and he
00:09:14 00:09:17 is he is the MVP of the Patch and Switch show.
00:09:17 00:09:17 >> Yeah.
00:09:17 00:09:19 >> He should put that on his business cards.
00:09:19 00:09:21 >> Is that an official word?
00:09:21 00:09:22 >> John the Vizio guy.
00:09:22 00:09:23 >> The unofficial?
00:09:23 00:09:25 >> The unofficial MVP of Patch and Switch.
00:09:25 00:09:27 It happens to be there.
00:09:27 00:09:28 >> I remember upgrading from MS Mail to
00:09:28 00:09:31 Exchange x.500 email addresses.
00:09:31 00:09:34 Yes, Andy, that was my own personal, yeah, nightmare.
00:09:34 00:09:35 >> Nightmare.
00:09:35 00:09:38 >> Steve says 5.5 was a great update which it indeed was.
00:09:38 00:09:40 In fact Exchange 5.5 probably
00:09:40 00:09:42 is still running in somebody's organization today.
00:09:42 00:09:45 >> Probably. Extended support contract.
00:09:45 00:09:49 >> You know what? I bet
00:09:49 00:09:50 if we find the person running
00:09:50 00:09:52 Exchange 5.5 he's going to be asking,
00:09:52 00:09:54 can this be run on Azure, please?
00:09:54 00:09:59 I knew Pierre was going to go there.
00:09:59 00:09:59 >> Yeah.
00:09:59 00:10:03 >> VMS Bob. We've already talked about Bob.
00:10:03 00:10:05 >> We're working our sources right now.
00:10:05 00:10:06 >> We're trying to find the Bob box.
00:10:06 00:10:08 >> Working our sources.
00:10:08 00:10:11 >> Yeah. FoxPro. We need to find
00:10:11 00:10:13 a FoxPro box or an Access.
00:10:13 00:10:16 >> FoxPro, baby. Did you ever use FoxPro?
00:10:16 00:10:17 >> There's a VB box outside.
00:10:17 00:10:19 >> Yeah, I saw the big VB box.
00:10:19 00:10:22 There's also the Visual Basic one,
00:10:22 00:10:24 that's up. Visual Studio. Yes.
00:10:24 00:10:27 >> Emmy, we need some we need some,
00:10:27 00:10:31 we need some mood music playing that [inaudible] is going on.
00:10:31 00:10:34 >> It's nostalgia music. Nostalgia.
00:10:34 00:10:37 >> What was the greatest hits of 1992?
00:10:37 00:10:40 >> 1992.
00:10:40 00:10:41 >> 1992 soundtrack.
00:10:41 00:10:45 >> So we've completely sidetracked on our brand new set,
00:10:45 00:10:47 but if you've got ideas,
00:10:47 00:10:50 let us know via Twitter at Patch and Switch, of course,
00:10:50 00:10:52 here on the Facebook, Facebook.com\PatchandSwitch.
00:10:52 00:10:54 >> If you would like to donate
00:10:54 00:10:57 anything to it, don't send it to us.
00:10:57 00:10:58 >> Steve is asking if there is
00:10:58 00:11:00 an MS DOS box and there is not.
00:11:00 00:11:02 >> Not yet. No.
00:11:02 00:11:02 >> Not yet.
00:11:02 00:11:03 >> Something we should look into.
00:11:03 00:11:05 >> I think we need one of the old football
00:11:05 00:11:07 or baseball games that we used to put out.
00:11:07 00:11:08 >>That would work.
00:11:08 00:11:10 >> So, there is a Windows NT workstation box
00:11:10 00:11:12 up there. I don't know if you can see it up there.
00:11:12 00:11:13 >> Right next to the Windows ME.
00:11:13 00:11:13 >> Oh, I got it.
00:11:13 00:11:15 >> Oh my God, we do have an ME box.
00:11:15 00:11:17 >> Right up there next to the 8.5 inch disk,
00:11:17 00:11:20 we need 31 floppy disks.
00:11:20 00:11:22 >> Oh, the 3.5 inch,
00:11:22 00:11:25 31, 3.5 inch disks to be able to do the installs.
00:11:25 00:11:29 >> It was that for Windows 95, yeah? 98?
00:11:29 00:11:32 >> 98 or was that 12?
00:11:32 00:11:34 I forget the numbers it just goes back.
00:11:34 00:11:36 >> 98 SE still had 36 disks.
00:11:36 00:11:37 >> Where is it Office?
00:11:37 00:11:38 >> It wasn't Office back then.
00:11:38 00:11:41 >> Didn't NT4 have 3.5 inch disks too?
00:11:41 00:11:44 >> I think you're right, that's where it's coming from.
00:11:44 00:11:46 >> Steve suggests flight simulator,
00:11:46 00:11:47 which is actually right behind me.
00:11:47 00:11:49 It's actually just over your shoulder there buddy.
00:11:49 00:11:53 >> Yeah, that's flight sim X.
00:11:53 00:11:54 >> If we really want IT pros
00:11:54 00:11:56 that supported IIS to twitch,
00:11:56 00:11:58 we could get a new camera angle and get
00:11:58 00:11:59 the front page over there.
00:11:59 00:12:02 >> Oh no, IIS extensions?
00:12:02 00:12:06 No, thank you. I do see dreaded front-page extensions.
00:12:06 00:12:09 >> There is one 3.5 in the corner over there,
00:12:09 00:12:11 and a five and a quarter floppy disks.
00:12:11 00:12:14 >> Yes, that Microsoft, the SDK.
00:12:14 00:12:17 John, absolutely surely Encarta.
00:12:17 00:12:21 I think Encarta kind of encapsulates what this show is.
00:12:21 00:12:22 >> Exactly.
00:12:22 00:12:25 >> Big repository of useless information.
00:12:25 00:12:30 >> Absolutely! We think alike.
00:12:30 00:12:33 Hey, so what's been happening in your world buddy?
00:12:33 00:12:37 Last time I was here you were not.
00:12:37 00:12:38 >> No!
00:12:38 00:12:40 >> Last time I was here you were not as well,
00:12:40 00:12:42 so last time you were here and I was not,
00:12:42 00:12:44 I think I was in San Francisco.
00:12:44 00:12:45 >> Yes.
00:12:45 00:12:47 >> Doing a customer visits.
00:12:47 00:12:49 >> Oh, Fun. On a Friday?
00:12:49 00:12:51 >> I was coming back from San Francisco.
00:12:51 00:12:53 >> Oh, you were in Dallas. I remember you are in-.
00:12:53 00:12:54 >> Dallas!
00:12:54 00:12:55 >> That's because we were talking because-.
00:12:55 00:12:57 >> Barbecue. We're talking barbecue my
00:12:57 00:12:59 gosh it's been that long? Wow.
00:12:59 00:13:02 >> Two weeks. Four because
00:13:02 00:13:03 we missed last the show, that's right.
00:13:03 00:13:03 >> That one there,
00:13:03 00:13:06 I was doing other customer visit for the stuff that
00:13:06 00:13:08 I've been working on in the past
00:13:08 00:13:10 and still will follow me to my grave.
00:13:10 00:13:13 >> Is this what you were talking about last night?
00:13:14 00:13:17 >> I was in Dallas meeting a customer with
00:13:17 00:13:19 a whole whack of other people
00:13:19 00:13:20 and partners and stuff like that,
00:13:20 00:13:22 and normally I'm traveling
00:13:22 00:13:26 with this guy over here and then he always knows we
00:13:26 00:13:29 always have that half an hour conversation while we're in
00:13:29 00:13:32 the Uber or while we're coming out of the hotel,
00:13:32 00:13:34 and go to the customer site
00:13:34 00:13:35 to figure out where we're going to eat.
00:13:35 00:13:37 I'm like okay, Texas
00:13:37 00:13:39 we've got to figure out where I can get barbecue,
00:13:39 00:13:40 this is Dallas has got to be
00:13:40 00:13:42 a barbecue around here somewhere.
00:13:42 00:13:44 Instantly give him an eye message.
00:13:44 00:13:45 >> Was there a barbecue around there?
00:13:45 00:13:47 >> I think you're in the UK, like you
00:13:47 00:13:48 were somewhere else at the time,
00:13:48 00:13:50 you weren't back in Redmond.
00:13:50 00:13:52 >> No, I was on my way back
00:13:52 00:13:53 because I actually did the show that week.
00:13:53 00:13:55 >> You were on you're way back.
00:13:55 00:13:56 >> I was in an airport somewhere.
00:13:56 00:13:57 >> Anyway, I texted him and I'm like,
00:13:57 00:13:58 "Where do you get barbecue?
00:13:58 00:14:00 Here's where I'm at.", and then he comes back,
00:14:00 00:14:02 and no even five minutes later,
00:14:02 00:14:04 "Here you go, do you have a car?
00:14:04 00:14:05 Here we go. This is when you got to go to".
00:14:05 00:14:07 He never steers me wrong,
00:14:07 00:14:08 so we went to this place.
00:14:08 00:14:10 I don't remember the name of it was,
00:14:10 00:14:13 I can find it again of course but it literally had one of
00:14:13 00:14:15 those outside walking queue areas
00:14:15 00:14:16 like you're going up to
00:14:16 00:14:18 the teller at the bank or something like that,
00:14:18 00:14:19 you had to clot line up to get in.
00:14:19 00:14:20 There was like an hour and a half
00:14:20 00:14:22 left before the doors close.
00:14:22 00:14:26 They had their entire cook in smoking area was outside.
00:14:26 00:14:26 >> Yes.
00:14:26 00:14:28 >> Covered over with stuff,
00:14:28 00:14:29 all the open charcoal pits,
00:14:29 00:14:31 and they basically just said, "Okay you
00:14:31 00:14:32 point to what you want to
00:14:32 00:14:34 eat and I put it on your plate.".
00:14:34 00:14:36 That's all you do, and then they weigh the plate,
00:14:36 00:14:38 so I want some pulled pork,
00:14:38 00:14:39 I want some ribs, I want some chicken,
00:14:39 00:14:42 I want some kind of Jalapeno
00:14:42 00:14:45 stuck stuffed chicken things.
00:14:45 00:14:47 I have no idea what they were, and it was all good,
00:14:47 00:14:50 $37 worth of meat.
00:14:50 00:14:53 I finished it all and I
00:14:53 00:14:54 was still digesting two days later.
00:14:54 00:14:55 >> I would imagine you had the
00:14:55 00:14:56 meat sweats on the plane home.
00:14:56 00:14:57 >> I has the meat sweats on the way home, so yes,
00:14:57 00:14:59 that's where I was, I was down in talking to a customer.
00:14:59 00:15:02 It was good as a good call, good chat with them.
00:15:02 00:15:03 >> Good.
00:15:03 00:15:06 >> I was talking about San Francisco because I had
00:15:06 00:15:08 done one in San Francisco as well,
00:15:08 00:15:11 and then the one in San Francisco started at 09:00 AM.
00:15:11 00:15:16 I actually had to do a call with the UK at 04:00 AM.
00:15:16 00:15:18 >> That's not fun.
00:15:18 00:15:21 >> I had a customer meeting from 04:00 AM to 07:00 AM,
00:15:21 00:15:23 I had an hour to get changed and showered and then get
00:15:23 00:15:27 on the subway BART or whatever it's called,
00:15:27 00:15:29 to jump over a stop and then walk
00:15:29 00:15:31 down the ways to get to tell the customer.
00:15:31 00:15:34 I've been doing some travels but not as
00:15:34 00:15:35 much an extensive and exotic as
00:15:35 00:15:37 you have been doing travels my friend.
00:15:37 00:15:39 >> Yes, it's been a little crazy.
00:15:39 00:15:43 I just came back from Paris, oh, wee wee,
00:15:43 00:15:49 bonjour. I found my vice.
00:15:49 00:15:50 >> Which is?
00:15:50 00:15:53 >> Profiterole, so-.
00:15:53 00:15:54 >> Explain this dessert.
00:15:54 00:15:57 >> I went to
00:15:57 00:15:59 Paris with an open mind because the last
00:15:59 00:16:01 time I had gone to Paris I
00:16:01 00:16:02 did not have a great experience,
00:16:02 00:16:06 so this time I went with an open mind.
00:16:06 00:16:08 The first night we were there,
00:16:08 00:16:09 I went to dinner with
00:16:09 00:16:12 my boss who is from Paris, he's French.
00:16:12 00:16:13 >> Franc.
00:16:13 00:16:18 >> Franc. Yes, I tried some various things.
00:16:18 00:16:22 I tried to escargot, that was good.
00:16:22 00:16:29 I tried, can't ever remember it, it's the pate.
00:16:29 00:16:30 >> Foie gras?
00:16:30 00:16:32 >> Foie gras. Not a fan.
00:16:32 00:16:34 I did try smoked Goose,
00:16:34 00:16:37 there was a smoked Goose Moose,
00:16:38 00:16:41 not the kind of moose that you're used to from Canada.
00:16:41 00:16:43 >> I don't think I'd want to smoke a moose.
00:16:43 00:16:46 >> They served on a crusty bread that was pretty good.
00:16:46 00:16:48 >> Moose can get pretty crusty.
00:16:48 00:16:50 >> The desert. That's true,
00:16:50 00:16:52 the desert was profiteroles,
00:16:52 00:16:53 which is essentially, it's
00:16:53 00:16:55 a puff pastry that they sliced in
00:16:55 00:16:58 half and they put a big old scoop ice cream in it,
00:16:58 00:17:03 they put three of those in a shallow dish,
00:17:03 00:17:07 and they pour this chocolate sauce over the top,
00:17:07 00:17:08 which is not like any chocolate syrup that
00:17:08 00:17:10 you ever get in the United States, it is this-
00:17:10 00:17:11 >> It is real chocolate, it's not plastic based.
00:17:11 00:17:14 >> Well it's real chocolate, it's lighter.
00:17:14 00:17:18 It's a lot lighter and it's consistency-.
00:17:18 00:17:20 >> Do they whip it with air?
00:17:20 00:17:22 >> I kinda wanted to crawl into the bowl and
00:17:22 00:17:25 just get the spoon and just start pouring it.
00:17:25 00:17:26 >> It's an image that we do not need to have.
00:17:26 00:17:28 >> About every night, I found every restaurant I went to,
00:17:28 00:17:30 I'm like, "You have profiterole?
00:17:30 00:17:32 Okay good, I'm good".
00:17:32 00:17:33 >> We can eat here, that's good.
00:17:33 00:17:35 >> It was fantastic,
00:17:35 00:17:37 I loved every bit of it.
00:17:37 00:17:39 Did enjoy the city, went to
00:17:39 00:17:41 a fabulous Italian place that was,
00:17:41 00:17:44 as we're walking to the restaurant,
00:17:44 00:17:45 and this is fairly typical, right?
00:17:45 00:17:47 You're having conversations walking
00:17:47 00:17:48 with several of our partners.
00:17:48 00:17:51 Taking in the dinner and I just have
00:17:51 00:17:53 the app on my phone that says,
00:17:53 00:17:55 "Okay, you go to this street and then you turn,
00:17:55 00:17:56 then you just go straight and then
00:17:56 00:17:58 it'll tell me again when I have to turn."
00:17:58 00:18:00 They're just going straight, I'm not really paying
00:18:00 00:18:02 attention to everything around,
00:18:02 00:18:04 where we're going, plus you're in the city,
00:18:04 00:18:05 so that buildings are
00:18:05 00:18:08 coupled stories tall so- wagon then says,
00:18:08 00:18:09 "Turn right here.", so we
00:18:09 00:18:10 turn right and all of a sudden, bang!
00:18:10 00:18:12 Right? The Eiffel Tower
00:18:12 00:18:14 was less than a five-minute walk
00:18:14 00:18:15 for the restaurant were at,
00:18:15 00:18:16 we were just in the shadow there.
00:18:16 00:18:21 I posted a picture of it on the social medias.
00:18:21 00:18:22 >> Nice.
00:18:22 00:18:26 >> Yes, there was that, that's my latest travels.
00:18:26 00:18:27 >> What do you do when you travel?
00:18:27 00:18:29 >> I'm not sure.
00:18:29 00:18:32 >> Do you actually work or you just eat profiteroles?
00:18:32 00:18:35 >> I just eat profiterole, so what we do is,
00:18:35 00:18:37 we've been training our partners
00:18:37 00:18:38 on Azure Active Directory Premium.
00:18:38 00:18:40 >> You're training people?
00:18:40 00:18:41 >> Imagine that, I actually
00:18:41 00:18:43 might know something about our product.
00:18:43 00:18:45 I actually run the events,
00:18:45 00:18:49 and do a lot of partner schmoozing because that's my job,
00:18:49 00:18:51 and get them all
00:18:51 00:18:54 up to speed on Azure Active Directory Premium,
00:18:54 00:18:56 B2C, B2B external identities,
00:18:56 00:19:00 provisioning, and then the Paris event was dev,
00:19:00 00:19:04 so it was around Graph, and the provisioning stuff.
00:19:04 00:19:11 Ada libraries. Yes, busy lad.
00:19:11 00:19:12 >> You're doing work.
00:19:12 00:19:15 >> A busy lad. I gotta give a shout out to
00:19:15 00:19:17 Crystal because Super Crystal has joined,
00:19:17 00:19:19 because I think she's home bound.
00:19:19 00:19:19 >> Oh yes?
00:19:19 00:19:22 >> Yes, I'm hungry now.
00:19:22 00:19:24 >> French food?
00:19:24 00:19:26 >> The desserts specifically,
00:19:26 00:19:27 we talked about it last night.
00:19:27 00:19:28 >> I think I gained 40 lbs.
00:19:28 00:19:29 >> Nice.
00:19:29 00:19:30 >> We talked about it last night and I've
00:19:30 00:19:32 been just like drooling over this.
00:19:32 00:19:34 >> Yes, absolutely.
00:19:34 00:19:36 >> We had definitely had a scheduling snafu
00:19:36 00:19:40 because our good friend Mr. Bender was in town,
00:19:40 00:19:45 he started a new role and he left this morning,
00:19:45 00:19:46 he's probably on a flight right now
00:19:46 00:19:48 somewhere over Montana or something like that,
00:19:48 00:19:49 to head back to the East-
00:19:49 00:19:50 >> Great spot to be.
00:19:50 00:19:52 >> Out east, so that was-.
00:19:52 00:19:54 >> Headed back to the Wisconsins.
00:19:54 00:19:56 >> The Wisconsins.
00:19:56 00:19:58 >> One of these days I need to figure
00:19:58 00:20:01 out where that geographically is on the map,
00:20:01 00:20:02 because I have no clue where Wisconsin is.
00:20:02 00:20:04 >> Where Wisconsin is? It's near Illinois.
00:20:04 00:20:06 >> I don't even know where Illinois.
00:20:06 00:20:09 >> It's north of Illinois east of Minnesota.
00:20:09 00:20:11 South and west of Michigan,
00:20:11 00:20:13 so I know where Michigan is.
00:20:13 00:20:15 >> You know where Lake Michigan is?
00:20:15 00:20:15 >> I know where
00:20:15 00:20:16 Lake Michigan is and now where Michigan is.
00:20:16 00:20:20 >> It is the western shoreline of Lake Michigan.
00:20:20 00:20:24 >> Minnesota has Wisconsin?
00:20:24 00:20:27 Wisconsin has lakefront, like it's on a Lake?
00:20:27 00:20:29 >> Yes, Milwaukee is on the lake.
00:20:29 00:20:29 >> Okay.
00:20:29 00:20:30 >> Milwaukee.
00:20:30 00:20:33 >> Milwaukee, I was supposed to go to Milwaukee,
00:20:33 00:20:35 but my trip got cancelled.
00:20:35 00:20:37 >> Oh.
00:20:37 00:20:39 >> Fine stuff man.
00:20:39 00:20:40 >> Can we talk about why you were
00:20:40 00:20:42 moving your office on a weekend?
00:20:42 00:20:42 >> No.
00:20:42 00:20:43 >> On a holiday weekend.
00:20:43 00:20:44 >> Of course not.
00:20:44 00:20:45 >> We can't?
00:20:45 00:20:46 >> Why were you moving your office?
00:20:46 00:20:48 >> Because I didn't have
00:20:48 00:20:50 an office movers schedule slot available,
00:20:50 00:20:52 and because I've moves so many
00:20:52 00:20:53 times at Microsoft, I'm like-.
00:20:53 00:20:55 >> Was everything already boxed up?
00:20:55 00:20:56 >> I never bothered to un-box anything,
00:20:56 00:20:58 so basically I was just packing my machines up.
00:20:58 00:21:00 Unplugging them, throwing the cables
00:21:00 00:21:02 on top of one of the boxes,
00:21:02 00:21:04 and then just simply huffing them into my jeep.
00:21:04 00:21:06 I actually went to Harbor Freight and I bought one of
00:21:06 00:21:09 those hardwood roller caster things.
00:21:09 00:21:12 >> Oh the dollies? They're so awesome.
00:21:12 00:21:14 >> It's just is like what, eight bucks.
00:21:14 00:21:14 >> Yes.
00:21:14 00:21:17 >> Well, did you use your 50 percent off coupon?
00:21:17 00:21:20 >> No I didn't, I use those for big purchases man.
00:21:20 00:21:22 >> Can I borrow that?
00:21:22 00:21:22 >> They have one every week.
00:21:22 00:21:25 >> You want to borrow the dolly? It's in my garage, yes.
00:21:25 00:21:28 >> I need to move a cabinet in my house today.
00:21:28 00:21:29 >> It's got a good 1000 lbs weight to it.
00:21:29 00:21:29 >> Actually, if you want to come over
00:21:29 00:21:30 and help me move the cabinet.
00:21:30 00:21:31 >> Oh, there you go.
00:21:31 00:21:32 >> There we go.
00:21:32 00:21:32 >> There's the truth.
00:21:32 00:21:35 >> There's the truth, here you go. Come on down.
00:21:35 00:21:35 >> I got beer.
00:21:35 00:21:36 >> Nice.
00:21:36 00:21:37 >> I got scotch.
00:21:37 00:21:39 >> See that's good I can't eat or drink any of that
00:21:39 00:21:43 because they're having sticks and water right now.
00:21:43 00:21:46 >> Who put you up to this?
00:21:46 00:21:52 >> I need to take responsibility of this aging temple.
00:21:55 00:21:57 >> Okay.
00:21:57 00:21:59 With that, that comes to
00:21:59 00:22:01 the conclusion of another segment.
00:22:01 00:22:03 >> I guess I should probably not say temple,
00:22:03 00:22:05 I should say tavern really.
00:22:05 00:22:08 It's aging tavern.
00:22:08 00:22:10 >> I would probably call it a grotto.
00:22:10 00:22:12 >> A grotto? I like that one.
00:22:12 00:22:17 >> So, can we talk about why you're moving place.
00:22:17 00:22:19 >> No. We can't talk about that until next week.
00:22:19 00:22:22 I need to have the suspenses in place.
00:22:22 00:22:24 >> The moving- I
00:22:24 00:22:27 want to know how you got your office down to two boxes.
00:22:27 00:22:29 >> Because I just purged everything man.
00:22:29 00:22:31 >> So, do you not have a whole ton
00:22:31 00:22:32 of cables around anymore?
00:22:32 00:22:34 >> One of the boxes.
00:22:34 00:22:37 >> One of my boxes [inaudible] has cables,
00:22:37 00:22:39 a sub-woofer and two speakers
00:22:39 00:22:40 that I can't use anymore because I'm
00:22:40 00:22:43 inside of common office space, and a couple of other-
00:22:43 00:22:44 >> No. Hold on a second.
00:22:44 00:22:46 You're not in a common office space.
00:22:46 00:22:48 >> I have an office buddy.
00:22:48 00:22:48 >> You're in a shared office.
00:22:48 00:22:49 >> Shared office. I have office an office buddy.
00:22:49 00:22:51 >> I'm in a common office space.
00:22:51 00:22:51 >> Yeah.
00:22:51 00:22:54 >> But my common office space mate-.
00:22:54 00:22:56 >> Your shared office mate.
00:22:56 00:23:01 >> My Shared office, office space mate is not there. She-
00:23:01 00:23:02 >> [inaudible] shared office.
00:23:02 00:23:04 >> -chooses to basically work from home,
00:23:04 00:23:06 but then come in when she needs to. She's kind of nice-
00:23:06 00:23:07 >> Yeah.
00:23:07 00:23:08 >> -for being flexible that way.
00:23:08 00:23:11 So, I just, for instance, Bender was here.
00:23:11 00:23:13 I'm like, well, I've got a spare desk if you wanted to
00:23:13 00:23:16 come and just crash in my area. Come on up.
00:23:16 00:23:18 So, I made sure that she was cool with that. She was.
00:23:18 00:23:20 Awesome. So, he was hanging out.
00:23:20 00:23:22 >> Excellent. Peter says,
00:23:22 00:23:24 "Aging temple equals crumbling shack."
00:23:24 00:23:26 >> Nice. Yeah. All right, yeah.
00:23:26 00:23:29 He does this. Well, I could be like a sugar shack.
00:23:29 00:23:30 >> A sugar shack?
00:23:30 00:23:31 >> A decaying sugar shack in
00:23:31 00:23:34 the side of road of backwards Quebec.
00:23:34 00:23:36 Serving maple syrup and pancakes-
00:23:36 00:23:37 >> I like pancakes.
00:23:37 00:23:40 >> -and [inaudible]. Those were good.
00:23:40 00:23:41 >> Okay.
00:23:41 00:23:42 >> You have to figure out what that is.
00:23:42 00:23:45 >> Well, all right. So, that's
00:23:45 00:23:46 kind of what we've been doing.
00:23:46 00:23:48 >> Yeah. So, moving offices,
00:23:48 00:23:50 setting up any machine. Someone commented.
00:23:50 00:23:50 >> But did you set up a new machine?
00:23:50 00:23:51 >> So, I actually have one of the
00:23:51 00:23:53 new Surface Book 2,15-inch,
00:23:53 00:23:58 monitor, nice screen kind of things, that's kind of nice.
00:23:58 00:23:59 >> You have the Surface Book 2?
00:23:59 00:24:02 >> How do you get video out of it?
00:24:02 00:24:04 Is that the USB-C connection?
00:24:04 00:24:04 >> Yes.
00:24:04 00:24:05 >> [inaudible] the video out?
00:24:05 00:24:05 >> Yes.
00:24:05 00:24:05 >> Yes.
00:24:05 00:24:06 >> So you got to buy only dongles?
00:24:06 00:24:10 >> Yes. That just sucks.
00:24:10 00:24:11 >> Seriously?
00:24:11 00:24:12 >> Yeah.
00:24:12 00:24:15 >> I just bought new ones through this thing.
00:24:15 00:24:15 >> Yeah.
00:24:15 00:24:17 >> Well, I've got to buy some more dongles.
00:24:17 00:24:18 >> Okay.
00:24:18 00:24:19 >> It's probably-.
00:24:19 00:24:20 >> We have enough dongles.
00:24:20 00:24:22 >> Can't have enough dongles ever. You always have more.
00:24:22 00:24:28 So, it still smells of the depot that it came from.
00:24:28 00:24:29 >> Yeah.
00:24:29 00:24:31 >> Got that new Surface Book smell.
00:24:31 00:24:33 >> New Surface Book smell. It's like
00:24:33 00:24:34 new car smell, but not really.
00:24:34 00:24:36 >> Right. I need to still get
00:24:36 00:24:39 all the laborious task of tracking
00:24:39 00:24:40 down all the software that I like to have
00:24:40 00:24:42 on it to be able to be functional.
00:24:42 00:24:44 >> I just rebuilt my desktop to think.
00:24:44 00:24:44 >> Same thing?
00:24:44 00:24:49 >> Yeah. It's been hell because when I rebuilt it,
00:24:49 00:24:50 it joined to Azure AD.
00:24:50 00:24:51 >> Yeah.
00:24:51 00:24:53 >> There's about a third of the services
00:24:53 00:24:54 that don't work via Azure AD.
00:24:54 00:24:57 You have to be connected to the internal domain.
00:24:57 00:25:00 So, I had already gotten everything set up,
00:25:00 00:25:02 switched it to the Redmond domain.
00:25:02 00:25:05 Blew away my user profile. I had to build a new one.
00:25:05 00:25:08 It's like. So, I had to reinstall everything.
00:25:08 00:25:10 >> So here's a conundrum.
00:25:10 00:25:10 >> Yes.
00:25:10 00:25:12 >> Maybe some Windows folks can answer this one for me.
00:25:12 00:25:16 >> Okay. Surface Book auto provisions,
00:25:16 00:25:18 you sign on the first time, you just go in.
00:25:18 00:25:20 It warns you if [inaudible] networking connectivity,
00:25:20 00:25:21 you might have issues with the setup
00:25:21 00:25:23 for being able to do a domain join.
00:25:23 00:25:23 >> Right.
00:25:23 00:25:25 >> With part of our automation scripts-
00:25:25 00:25:25 >> right.
00:25:25 00:25:27 >> -that goes through to do our setups,
00:25:27 00:25:29 then comes like that from the factory.
00:25:29 00:25:31 I thought I had the network connection
00:25:31 00:25:33 because I had it plugged into the docking station,
00:25:33 00:25:35 and the little connector
00:25:35 00:25:36 is on for the networking connection.
00:25:36 00:25:38 All was looking great except I
00:25:38 00:25:39 come back, it's not domain joined.
00:25:39 00:25:41 I look a little bit further and then,
00:25:41 00:25:42 of course, it was jiggle the cable,
00:25:42 00:25:43 the power wasn't plugged in to
00:25:43 00:25:46 the back of the docking station,
00:25:46 00:25:47 to be able to give me my network connection
00:25:47 00:25:49 that made it, so I couldn't do it.
00:25:49 00:25:50 So, I have an administrator account,
00:25:50 00:25:51 it's a local administrator account.
00:25:51 00:25:53 I could sign on and it all works.
00:25:53 00:25:56 I do a workplace join, what's that called these days?
00:25:56 00:25:57 >> Azure AD Join.
00:25:57 00:25:59 >> Azure AD Join. Thank you.
00:25:59 00:26:00 Was that your product? No.
00:26:00 00:26:00 >> No.
00:26:00 00:26:02 >> It's not? Anyway, Azure AD Join,
00:26:02 00:26:05 to be able to get the machine happy,
00:26:05 00:26:06 the machine's now happy.
00:26:06 00:26:09 There's no way to add my corporate account to it.
00:26:10 00:26:12 I can't say login others.
00:26:12 00:26:14 I can't say add an account,
00:26:14 00:26:16 because it won't let me add it.
00:26:16 00:26:18 >> Go to the classic computer management screen
00:26:18 00:26:21 and add a user to the administrators' group.
00:26:21 00:26:23 >> No, but you can't add.
00:26:23 00:26:25 >> Yes you can.
00:26:25 00:26:26 >> I tried.
00:26:26 00:26:26 >> Yes you can.
00:26:26 00:26:28 >> You can only create a new account.
00:26:28 00:26:31 >> You're using the new interface, right?
00:26:31 00:26:32 >> Yeah.
00:26:32 00:26:33 >> You use the classic interface.
00:26:33 00:26:35 >> But the classic interface because I went there.
00:26:35 00:26:37 I can definitely see the administrator account.
00:26:37 00:26:39 I can see the Administrator group,
00:26:39 00:26:42 and I can see other things but I can't add a new account.
00:26:42 00:26:44 >> Yes it should. I will go and help you.
00:26:44 00:26:46 >> Okay. Well, it's too late because I
00:26:46 00:26:47 did a traditional join instead.
00:26:47 00:26:48 >> Okay.
00:26:48 00:26:48 >> So.
00:26:48 00:26:50 >> You joined two domain instead?
00:26:50 00:26:51 >> I did the old fashion join.
00:26:51 00:26:52 >> Actually, there is several resources.
00:26:52 00:26:53 >> But then you can just go and connect to
00:26:53 00:26:55 Azure AD now as well and-
00:26:55 00:26:56 >> It's already connected to Azure AD.
00:26:56 00:26:57 >> Okay. There you go.
00:26:57 00:26:59 Did you not want to join to the actual domain?
00:26:59 00:27:00 >> No.
00:27:00 00:27:00 >> Okay.
00:27:00 00:27:01 >> I just want Azure AD Join.
00:27:01 00:27:02 >> So, just wipe the machine and do it
00:27:02 00:27:05 all over again and do it right.
00:27:05 00:27:10 You could just unjoin.
00:27:10 00:27:11 I guess that's the word, unjoin.
00:27:11 00:27:13 >> Go workgroup?
00:27:13 00:27:15 >> But all of
00:27:15 00:27:16 the policies and stuff have
00:27:16 00:27:17 applied and everything like that.
00:27:17 00:27:17 >> Right.
00:27:17 00:27:20 >> So, if you want it clean just do it.
00:27:20 00:27:21 Because it's a brand new Surface,
00:27:21 00:27:23 all you have to do is just go to the restore.
00:27:23 00:27:24 >> I did the restore.
00:27:24 00:27:24 >> Yeah.
00:27:24 00:27:24 >> Reset.
00:27:24 00:27:27 >> Just do the reset. How far
00:27:27 00:27:29 do I go down that path before I decide to [inaudible]
00:27:29 00:27:31 >> How much have you actually installed on this machine?
00:27:31 00:27:33 You probably spent a total of 10 minutes on it.
00:27:33 00:27:34 >> No, I've been more. It's been most of my day.
00:27:34 00:27:35 >> Okay 20.
00:27:35 00:27:35 >> Fifteen
00:27:35 00:27:37 >> It's been most of my day.
00:27:37 00:27:39 >> So you better should install Office.
00:27:39 00:27:42 >> No. It comes with the image at least.
00:27:42 00:27:45 >> Wait. Did you use the MSIT image?
00:27:45 00:27:46 >> Yeah.
00:27:46 00:27:47 >> That's an MSI install or I would
00:27:47 00:27:49 uninstall and get it from Office 365.
00:27:49 00:27:51 >> Yeah, I know. I totally. Because it's not up to date.
00:27:51 00:27:52 >> Exactly.
00:27:52 00:27:53 >> Yeah.
00:27:53 00:27:54 >> Just start over.
00:27:54 00:27:55 >> Yeah. Okay.
00:27:55 00:27:56 >> Chuck says disk part.
00:27:56 00:27:58 >> So I know what-.
00:27:58 00:27:59 >> What's disk part? [inaudible]
00:27:59 00:28:01 >> My story is next week,
00:28:01 00:28:02 next time we talk.
00:28:02 00:28:05 >> So did you fix your computer or not?
00:28:07 00:28:13 >> I'm running one of the X1 yoga V2, the gen two.
00:28:13 00:28:14 >> That's what I've got.
00:28:14 00:28:17 >> The laptop that does downward dock.
00:28:17 00:28:24 >> Anyway, I had a good conversation with my team.
00:28:24 00:28:26 They come by my desk and they go,
00:28:26 00:28:27 "How many computers do you
00:28:27 00:28:29 actually have on your desk?" I'm like, "I got five".
00:28:29 00:28:30 >> Why?
00:28:30 00:28:32 >> Because I can.
00:28:32 00:28:34 >> One is because I can. I took
00:28:34 00:28:38 my old Surface Pro 3 that the Wi-Fi card fried on.
00:28:38 00:28:39 >> Then?
00:28:39 00:28:41 >> I had this kinda cool dock
00:28:41 00:28:45 that locks into the side on the Surface Pro 3.
00:28:45 00:28:46 >> Yeah.
00:28:46 00:28:49 >> It has ethernet, so I plug it in,
00:28:49 00:28:51 I took the cover off,
00:28:51 00:28:55 and I use it like I'm on call this week.
00:28:55 00:28:59 I have all of our dashboards scrolling through on a-.
00:28:59 00:29:00 >> Right. Yeah.
00:29:00 00:29:02 >> So, I have like a little kiosk in front of me
00:29:02 00:29:04 showing me all the statuses of all of our apps,
00:29:04 00:29:06 and it rotates through every 30 seconds.
00:29:06 00:29:07 >> Nice.
00:29:07 00:29:09 >> It just sits there, and I've had a couple
00:29:09 00:29:10 of people on my team kind of
00:29:10 00:29:12 come over and look in there and like,
00:29:12 00:29:13 "Is that what you use that for?"
00:29:13 00:29:17 I'm like, "Yeah" Like, that's kind of cool.
00:29:17 00:29:18 >> Nice.
00:29:18 00:29:20 >> Yeah. I was going to get-
00:29:20 00:29:22 so the time they just announced the Surface 2,
00:29:22 00:29:23 at the time of my refresh.
00:29:23 00:29:25 It was basically like, you have
00:29:25 00:29:27 now to decide what you want.
00:29:27 00:29:29 >> You have 30 seconds go.
00:29:29 00:29:30 >> You're not getting anything.
00:29:30 00:29:32 So, I decided to go with this one,
00:29:32 00:29:35 and going back to an actual laptop has
00:29:35 00:29:38 been has been handy for me.
00:29:38 00:29:38 >> Yeah.
00:29:38 00:29:40 >> Though I'm still trying to
00:29:40 00:29:42 figure out every possible way to go lighter and lighter.
00:29:42 00:29:46 So, I am reviving the Surface.
00:29:46 00:29:47 >> Yeah
00:29:48 00:29:50 >> My Surface Pro 3 just to
00:29:50 00:29:52 kind of get it back up and running,
00:29:52 00:29:55 and may even take
00:29:55 00:29:57 some trips as I'm doing some more domestic flying
00:29:57 00:29:59 and just go with
00:29:59 00:30:03 essentially the smallest bag that I can possibly carry.
00:30:03 00:30:06 I'm over carrying everything.
00:30:06 00:30:09 >> I was kinda shocked for
00:30:09 00:30:12 our privileged access workstations.
00:30:12 00:30:15 We've been using these Lenovo X1 Carbons.
00:30:15 00:30:16 >> Yeah.
00:30:16 00:30:17 >> The SAW?
00:30:17 00:30:18 >> The SAW.
00:30:18 00:30:19 We call them SAWs internally.
00:30:19 00:30:21 But externally, they're called PAWs.
00:30:21 00:30:24 That's why I always try and use it externally. Anyway-.
00:30:24 00:30:25 >> PAWs?
00:30:25 00:30:26 >> Yeah. If you go out to all of our-.
00:30:26 00:30:27 >> P-A-W-S?
00:30:27 00:30:31 >> Yeah. P-A-Ws. Privileged to Access Workstations.
00:30:31 00:30:31 >> Okay.
00:30:31 00:30:34 >> So, they're actually talking about
00:30:34 00:30:38 now making our privilege to access workstations.
00:30:39 00:30:43 Surface laptops, the really super light ones.
00:30:43 00:30:44 >> The new Surface.
00:30:44 00:30:44 >> The Carbon.
00:30:44 00:30:45 >> Yeah.
00:30:45 00:30:46 >> Like the Carbon.
00:30:46 00:30:49 >> My God that would be-. Yet, the Carbon X ones
00:30:49 00:30:50 are pretty light but-.
00:30:50 00:30:51 >> Yeah.
00:30:51 00:30:52 >> -when the guys on the team got one of
00:30:52 00:30:53 the new Surface laptops,-
00:30:53 00:30:54 >> Yeah.
00:30:54 00:30:56 >> -it's so much lighter than carbon.
00:30:56 00:30:58 I'm like, what heck?
00:30:58 00:30:58 >> Yeah.
00:30:58 00:30:59 >> Screen is smaller though.
00:30:59 00:31:04 But it's a three by two screen instead of the 69-
00:31:04 00:31:05 >> Yeah.
00:31:05 00:31:07 >> -on the Lenovo. I love the 3:2.
00:31:07 00:31:09 I have to agree with
00:31:09 00:31:11 Paul through out there. I like the 3:2.
00:31:11 00:31:12 >> Ratios?
00:31:12 00:31:13 >> Ratio on the screens.
00:31:13 00:31:13 >> Yeah.
00:31:13 00:31:14 >> I don't know.
00:31:14 00:31:17 I just don't like the wide screens.
00:31:17 00:31:19 >> Well, on my mind.
00:31:19 00:31:23 >> At least on the laptop. Have you random spent lately?
00:31:23 00:31:24 >> Are we jumping all over?
00:31:24 00:31:25 >> Yeah.
00:31:25 00:31:27 >> We forgot beer talk or we also forgot beer money.
00:31:27 00:31:28 >> We haven't got there yet.
00:31:28 00:31:29 >> What about beer money?
00:31:29 00:31:30 >> We haven't got there yet.
00:31:30 00:31:31 >> So we're doing random spend now?
00:31:31 00:31:32 >> Well, beer money.
00:31:32 00:31:34 Well, I mean, have you done any beer money?
00:31:34 00:31:36 >> I've not been home.
00:31:36 00:31:38 >> I did beer money for Channel Nine.
00:31:38 00:31:40 We did beer money just here.
00:31:40 00:31:41 >> Yeah. that is so true.
00:31:41 00:31:43 >> With Channel Nine [inaudible]
00:31:43 00:31:45 >> We fix this room once again.
00:31:45 00:31:46 >> Again.
00:31:46 00:31:47 >> Take note.
00:31:48 00:31:52 >> In other words, let us do the show next year.
00:31:52 00:31:53 >> Yes, please. Can you please.
00:31:53 00:31:54 >> We're coming up to the channel nine idle,
00:31:54 00:31:56 where we have to basically fight
00:31:56 00:31:59 32 shows into the room, 15 leave.
00:31:59 00:32:01 >> Right.
00:32:01 00:32:02 Yet we're still on the air.
00:32:02 00:32:05 >> Still on the air. We did
00:32:05 00:32:08 the networking redesign for these guys a while ago.
00:32:08 00:32:08 >> Yeah.
00:32:08 00:32:10 >> We helped them out there, and that was a lot of fun.
00:32:10 00:32:13 They ordered a wack of parts to be able to
00:32:13 00:32:15 build new PCs for doing editing.
00:32:15 00:32:16 >> Yeah. I saw the parts out there.
00:32:16 00:32:18 You've been helping build PCs?
00:32:18 00:32:19 >> I've been a consultant.
00:32:19 00:32:21 I come in, drinking my coffee,
00:32:21 00:32:23 and I wave around
00:32:23 00:32:26 my hand to pretend something important, stuff like that.
00:32:26 00:32:28 >> We have something Marcus Studio CPC, right?
00:32:28 00:32:30 >> I'm going to get to that in just a minute.
00:32:30 00:32:31 I'll get to that in a minute.
00:32:31 00:32:32 >> Can you get to it now, please?
00:32:32 00:32:36 >> No. You have to wait. So, the whole purpose
00:32:36 00:32:37 is basically the editing workstations
00:32:37 00:32:38 were definitely long in the tubes,
00:32:38 00:32:39 taking too long to be able to
00:32:39 00:32:40 render the files and do stuff.
00:32:40 00:32:43 So, the 10 gig network upgrade was one of the upgrades,
00:32:43 00:32:45 the other one is the machines.
00:32:45 00:32:46 But, they spec'd it,
00:32:46 00:32:49 it's really cool gaming rigs.
00:32:49 00:32:49 >> Yeah.
00:32:49 00:32:53 >> That have water coolers in them.
00:32:53 00:32:56 That's like a radiator at the front that has spinning
00:32:56 00:32:59 LED fans in them that are totally controllable.
00:32:59 00:33:04 So awesome. But then it has two NVMe drives inside of it,
00:33:04 00:33:10 one 256 NVMe, 960 to do the OS.
00:33:10 00:33:11 >> Yeah.
00:33:11 00:33:13 >> Then, one terabyte NVMe drive.
00:33:13 00:33:16 The idea is that, that this is a 10 gig network
00:33:16 00:33:18 to pull down the files for the show they're editing,
00:33:18 00:33:21 do all the editing on the NVMe drive, super fast,
00:33:21 00:33:24 render the show, and then dump the files back up again,
00:33:24 00:33:26 or just delete them off the local box
00:33:26 00:33:27 because they're already up on the server,
00:33:27 00:33:30 and then just simply put the render file up there.
00:33:30 00:33:32 So, trying to find
00:33:32 00:33:33 all the drivers, brings you back to the days.
00:33:33 00:33:35 It's been a while since I built a PC, man.
00:33:35 00:33:36 Going back to the motherboard website,
00:33:36 00:33:38 trying to find the drivers,
00:33:38 00:33:39 which one should be there and how
00:33:39 00:33:41 to flash the BIOS and that sort of stuff.
00:33:41 00:33:43 So, they now have two of them up and running.
00:33:43 00:33:44 I got to check after
00:33:44 00:33:45 the show if they're actually running or not,
00:33:45 00:33:46 because they're in the middle of
00:33:46 00:33:47 downloading all the files.
00:33:47 00:33:49 So, the reason why I'm talking about this,
00:33:49 00:33:51 and the reason why potentially that was unplugged today
00:33:51 00:33:53 because it was the TriCaster
00:33:53 00:33:54 that was unplugged from the network,
00:33:54 00:33:56 and then the password issue,
00:33:56 00:33:59 is the lightening the load for all this stuff here,
00:33:59 00:34:02 so that it's similar to what they have in station B,
00:34:02 00:34:04 next door, the small room,
00:34:04 00:34:07 where it is a PC with OBS on it,
00:34:07 00:34:10 as opposed to a huge massive TriCaster that it causes
00:34:10 00:34:13 failures and issues, to be able to do it.
00:34:13 00:34:14 >> Well with OBS, we can stream to
00:34:14 00:34:16 other sources too, yeah?
00:34:16 00:34:17 >> You can stream other sources, we can make
00:34:17 00:34:19 little windows to make them all happy.
00:34:19 00:34:19 >> Yeah.
00:34:19 00:34:21 >> The most important part is,
00:34:21 00:34:23 there is new software
00:34:23 00:34:26 for Jared to learn, to make sure that it works.
00:34:26 00:34:26 >> Yeah.
00:34:26 00:34:28 >> Nice.
00:34:28 00:34:32 >> It's there because after this show at 10:01,
00:34:32 00:34:34 the door is going to open,
00:34:34 00:34:35 and he'll be coming in to repossess.
00:34:35 00:34:37 >> They're repossessing the TriCaster.
00:34:37 00:34:38 >> They repossessed the TriCaster.
00:34:38 00:34:40 They're going to try to sell it on eBay,
00:34:40 00:34:42 I think, to make some money back on it.
00:34:42 00:34:43 I don't know if they're going to get anything for it.
00:34:43 00:34:45 >> Four eighty dollars.
00:34:45 00:34:46 >> Four eighty instead as opposed to $380.
00:34:46 00:34:47 >> Yeah.
00:34:47 00:34:48 >> Opening bids.
00:34:48 00:34:49 >> I can't afford it.
00:34:49 00:34:52 >> Act now, the Patch and Switch TriCaster going on sale.
00:34:52 00:34:54 >> We're funders.
00:34:54 00:34:56 >> We're going to donate all money to
00:34:56 00:34:59 the Moose Rescue League to make
00:34:59 00:35:02 sure that moose everywhere will always have a home.
00:35:02 00:35:04 >> What about the squirrels?
00:35:04 00:35:06 >> Squirrels are extra.
00:35:07 00:35:09 We'll auction off the new
00:35:09 00:35:11 tech control board for this course.
00:35:11 00:35:13 >> So, are we going to test this thing before
00:35:13 00:35:15 we try to do a show next time?
00:35:15 00:35:17 >> No. We're just going to show up and
00:35:17 00:35:18 then will see if it works.
00:35:18 00:35:20 >> We'll do it live. We're doing it live.
00:35:20 00:35:22 >> The next show in two weeks is
00:35:22 00:35:23 going to be us hanging onto
00:35:23 00:35:24 a cell phone at arm's length
00:35:24 00:35:26 trying to be able to give it a frame.
00:35:26 00:35:28 >> Hey, welcome to Facebook Live
00:35:28 00:35:30 everyone. Steve will hold it.
00:35:30 00:35:32 >> I got a pretty good angle from over here.
00:35:32 00:35:35 >> Nice angle. Jared, your arms are getting tired.
00:35:35 00:35:37 Lift them up again. Life them up again.
00:35:37 00:35:39 >> Why is the video of the floor?
00:35:39 00:35:41 Jared's arms are tired. Jared fell asleep.
00:35:41 00:35:43 >> So, it's been network upgrades,
00:35:43 00:35:45 it's been PC upgrades to be able to do stuff,
00:35:45 00:35:49 it's been troubleshooting the old TriCasters as well,
00:35:49 00:35:50 and then obviously, I had nothing to
00:35:50 00:35:52 do with any of this. This was all-
00:35:52 00:35:53 >> This is gorgeous. This is amazing.
00:35:53 00:35:55 >> I remember a couple of months ago
00:35:55 00:35:57 they came in and asked for suggestions from us,
00:35:57 00:36:00 which I thought was awesome because they asked us.
00:36:00 00:36:01 That's where they came up with the concept.
00:36:01 00:36:02 >> So, it was planned.
00:36:02 00:36:04 >> The one that is still missing from this room.
00:36:04 00:36:06 You guys, I don't know if you can hear this online,
00:36:06 00:36:08 is just this the echo.
00:36:08 00:36:10 So, they haven't hung the drapery up above
00:36:10 00:36:12 to be able to cancel
00:36:12 00:36:13 out some of the echo that's happening.
00:36:13 00:36:14 >> Yeah.
00:36:14 00:36:14 >> So, it's exposed
00:36:14 00:36:15 drafters and beams and stuff like that.
00:36:15 00:36:17 >> I don't know that it gets picked up so much.
00:36:17 00:36:19 >> I mean, we've got pretty good.
00:36:19 00:36:21 I think partially-
00:36:21 00:36:22 >> But then, we can sit back here and
00:36:22 00:36:24 talk without having to be right in the mic.
00:36:24 00:36:25 >> That's true. That's true, but-
00:36:25 00:36:27 >> You guys can hear me. I'll do that anyway. Yeah.
00:36:27 00:36:29 >> Depends. I mean, do
00:36:29 00:36:31 we want to make the mics that sensitive?
00:36:31 00:36:32 >> I don't know.
00:36:32 00:36:34 >> Because then, you might pick up other noises.
00:36:34 00:36:35 >> It could.
00:36:35 00:36:35 >> Like slurps.
00:36:35 00:36:36 >> Slurps.
00:36:36 00:36:36 >> Coffee.
00:36:36 00:36:37 >> Slurps.
00:36:37 00:36:38 >> Coughs.
00:36:38 00:36:39 >> Coffee, slurps.
00:36:39 00:36:40 >> Breathing.
00:36:40 00:36:42 >> All that fun stuff.
00:36:42 00:36:43 >> No, that's awesome.
00:36:43 00:36:49 >> Do we have time? This show is so random-
00:36:49 00:36:51 >> Today's a bad representation
00:36:51 00:36:53 of how tight we've run this episode.
00:36:53 00:36:53 >> Go ahead.
00:36:53 00:36:55 >> We still got some 15 minutes. [inaudible]
00:36:55 00:36:56 >> Ever tried it at all?
00:36:56 00:36:58 >> No. I don't know. Only when we
00:36:58 00:37:00 have to do it on a stage.
00:37:00 00:37:03 We're required to gift from guest to guest.
00:37:03 00:37:04 >> Oh.
00:37:04 00:37:07 >> What?
00:37:07 00:37:08 >> Bright shiny light because there's
00:37:08 00:37:11 one right there. Ignite.
00:37:11 00:37:12 >> Brighter.
00:37:12 00:37:12 >> Yeah.
00:37:12 00:37:14 >> Are you going to Ignite?
00:37:14 00:37:16 >> Well, I'm going to be in the city.
00:37:16 00:37:17 Yeah, I booked my airfare. I'm actually going to get it.
00:37:17 00:37:19 >> I have not booked my airfare yet.
00:37:19 00:37:19 >> Me, too.
00:37:19 00:37:21 >> But, I will also be in Ignite.
00:37:21 00:37:22 >> You will.
00:37:22 00:37:24 >> So, we have to start working now-
00:37:24 00:37:24 >> Okay.
00:37:24 00:37:26 >> To be able to try to get more involved,
00:37:26 00:37:28 somehow, whenever we do.
00:37:28 00:37:29 >> But, the last time-
00:37:29 00:37:30 >> We should have
00:37:30 00:37:32 a shadow conference during the conference.
00:37:33 00:37:37 >> Do you want to not ever be invited back?
00:37:37 00:37:39 >> I just like to be invited.
00:37:39 00:37:40 >> My guess is Vivian will very
00:37:40 00:37:42 quickly go, you're not coming-
00:37:42 00:37:42 >> Unless I did.
00:37:42 00:37:44 >> If we did that. No. I will be
00:37:44 00:37:46 there. I've booked my flight.
00:37:46 00:37:47 >> Okay.
00:37:47 00:37:48 >> I don't know where I'm staying.
00:37:48 00:37:50 >> Neither do I. But, I booked my flight either.
00:37:50 00:37:53 So, my task today is to book that.
00:37:53 00:37:57 There's a countdown timer that someone has,
00:37:57 00:37:59 is it Ludwig that set that up?
00:37:59 00:38:00 >> I think Ludwig runs that, yeah.
00:38:00 00:38:01 Yeah, typically.
00:38:01 00:38:02 >> I should check that date,
00:38:02 00:38:04 but it's coming up, so we should do it and we shall too.
00:38:04 00:38:05 >> End of September.
00:38:05 00:38:07 >> We should probably start attending some meetings.
00:38:07 00:38:09 There has to be meetings going on somewhere about Ignite.
00:38:09 00:38:10 >> I don't know.
00:38:10 00:38:11 >> So, we should start attending some meetings.
00:38:11 00:38:13 >> I have to actually be in town.
00:38:13 00:38:13 >> Yeah.
00:38:13 00:38:16 >> Well, I hope you guys have fun.
00:38:16 00:38:19 >> What?
00:38:19 00:38:21 >> You never know if you're gonna go, do you?
00:38:21 00:38:23 It's that unknown question, man.
00:38:23 00:38:26 >> That's what it's like to be
00:38:26 00:38:28 in Site Reliability Engineering.
00:38:28 00:38:30 You have to make sure the sites are reliable.
00:38:30 00:38:32 You don't get to go have fun.
00:38:32 00:38:34 You have to make everything reliable.
00:38:34 00:38:34 >> Nice.
00:38:34 00:38:37 >> So, we're gonna miss our main man,
00:38:37 00:38:38 JK, Mr. Joe Kelly.
00:38:38 00:38:39 >> Joe Kelly?
00:38:39 00:38:42 >> He is not going for the first time since 2008.
00:38:42 00:38:45 However, he's going to be Oktoberfesting in Munich.
00:38:46 00:38:48 Can you blame him?
00:38:48 00:38:48 >> No.
00:38:48 00:38:49 >> No.
00:38:49 00:38:49 >> Not at all.
00:38:49 00:38:51 >> Oktoberfesting in Munich,
00:38:51 00:38:52 that's gotta be fantastic.
00:38:52 00:38:53 For beer lover like JK
00:38:53 00:38:55 is, he's going to have a good time.
00:38:55 00:38:57 >> Krista is obviously trying to
00:38:57 00:38:59 get us to try to play hockey.
00:38:59 00:39:02 >> We don't play hockey because
00:39:02 00:39:06 just the indemnity risk that's there.
00:39:06 00:39:08 >> Your insurance writer is very high.
00:39:08 00:39:09 >> It's very high.
00:39:09 00:39:11 >> Yeah.
00:39:11 00:39:13 >> Well, the problem is, is they usually play that game
00:39:13 00:39:15 on the evening that we have rehearsals.
00:39:15 00:39:15 >> Yeah.
00:39:15 00:39:17 >> When we do the big show.
00:39:17 00:39:18 I don't know if we're doing the big show again.
00:39:18 00:39:19 I hope so.
00:39:19 00:39:20 >> We have to attend meetings.
00:39:20 00:39:21 >> Yeah, we do.
00:39:21 00:39:22 >> We actually have to go to meetings.
00:39:22 00:39:23 So, we should find out.
00:39:23 00:39:23 >> Yeah.
00:39:23 00:39:24 >> So, stay tuned.
00:39:24 00:39:25 >> Okay.
00:39:25 00:39:25 >> We'll find out more info.
00:39:25 00:39:27 So, what were you going to say since I
00:39:27 00:39:29 totally derailed you once again on something else?
00:39:29 00:39:30 >> Yes. I was talking about the-
00:39:30 00:39:31 >> Random spent.
00:39:31 00:39:33 >> A random spent.
00:39:33 00:39:35 There's a PC that we have in
00:39:35 00:39:38 our office that I think it's Circa 1987.
00:39:38 00:39:42 >> Nice. It should be up on the wall behind us.
00:39:42 00:39:46 >> Pretty much. It's used primarily for Minecraft,
00:39:46 00:39:49 which is why it works just fine now.
00:39:49 00:39:51 >> What?
00:39:51 00:39:51 >> Yeah.
00:39:51 00:39:52 >> It's a Minecraft Server.
00:39:52 00:39:53 >> In your office?
00:39:53 00:39:54 >> It was in the other office, not my studio.
00:39:54 00:39:56 My studio has the brand new machine
00:39:56 00:39:56 that I built last year.
00:39:56 00:39:58 >> That you started like building 26 that's in there.
00:39:58 00:39:59 >> No, at home.
00:39:59 00:40:00 >> I'm like, why would you have a Minecraft
00:40:00 00:40:01 Server in building 26?
00:40:01 00:40:03 >> I thought of the same thing.
00:40:03 00:40:05 >> I run a server in Azure.
00:40:05 00:40:06 It's the actual PC that you play it on.
00:40:06 00:40:07 >> Okay.
00:40:07 00:40:07 >> Okay.
00:40:07 00:40:09 >> Now, I'm catching up.
00:40:09 00:40:11 >> Yeah, and so, I've been looking.
00:40:11 00:40:14 Do I go with just a simple little i3,
00:40:14 00:40:15 i5, just Dell thing?
00:40:15 00:40:17 Do I buy a mini PC?
00:40:17 00:40:18 >> Get a NUC.
00:40:18 00:40:19 >> Well, I've been looking at the NUCs,
00:40:19 00:40:20 but by the time you add
00:40:20 00:40:22 memory and a decent drive to them,
00:40:22 00:40:26 you're up into the 5s again, $500.
00:40:26 00:40:27 >> What are you spending money on?
00:40:27 00:40:28 >> Big timer.
00:40:28 00:40:29 >> No it's-
00:40:29 00:40:29 >> Last time I got a NUC,
00:40:29 00:40:31 it was like 350 with everything.
00:40:31 00:40:34 >> No. Not anymore because memory's expensive again.
00:40:34 00:40:35 >> Yeah.
00:40:35 00:40:37 >> Darn Bitcoin miners. I tell you.
00:40:37 00:40:39 >> Well, and that's the other thing,
00:40:39 00:40:40 have you seen the costs of some
00:40:40 00:40:42 of these video cards lately?
00:40:42 00:40:44 >> I just bought one.
00:40:44 00:40:46 >> We're in the moment right now where they
00:40:46 00:40:48 actually do like news announcements.
00:40:48 00:40:49 >> Yeah.
00:40:49 00:40:51 >> That Amazon's got the 1080 on
00:40:51 00:40:54 sale for $20 off. Boom. Sold it.
00:40:54 00:40:56 >> Instead of $890,
00:40:56 00:40:58 they say a 170.
00:40:58 00:40:59 >> That's crazy man.
00:40:59 00:40:59 >> For the $20 off.
00:40:59 00:41:00 >> Absolutely crazy.
00:41:00 00:41:01 >> By the way,
00:41:01 00:41:04 Tyler's got a good question. You guys rehearse?
00:41:04 00:41:10 >> Not for this one. Yeah. When we do the in-person-
00:41:10 00:41:11 >> Live shows.
00:41:11 00:41:13 >> On big room just before the keynote,
00:41:13 00:41:14 we do have to have some sort
00:41:14 00:41:16 because there's a lot of things that are
00:41:16 00:41:18 going on at the time that I've got
00:41:18 00:41:20 things in my ear and people talking to me.
00:41:20 00:41:23 >> We're good but everyone else
00:41:23 00:41:24 around us that supports having that
00:41:24 00:41:26 go on, are freaked out.
00:41:26 00:41:28 >> Because we walk in five minutes before,
00:41:28 00:41:31 we give him an USB and go. This is our sound.
00:41:31 00:41:32 >> Here's our sound. Just play this
00:41:32 00:41:34 and leave the mics hot and then go.
00:41:34 00:41:35 >> They just like, "What are you talking about?"
00:41:35 00:41:37 It's like, "Well, the audio will automatically
00:41:37 00:41:39 dip at the right time and I'll start talking."
00:41:39 00:41:40 So we have to usually run it
00:41:40 00:41:42 several times so they go," Oh,
00:41:42 00:41:44 okay we got it ". Yeah we're good here.
00:41:44 00:41:47 >> Then generally, once they buy into our craziness,
00:41:47 00:41:48 they're happy and they're laid back and
00:41:48 00:41:50 they actually enjoy this show as well I think.
00:41:50 00:41:52 >> I hope so.
00:41:52 00:41:57 I hope so. We got to start talking about guests.
00:41:57 00:41:59 Here's the crazy thing,
00:41:59 00:42:01 you've seen all the announcements
00:42:01 00:42:03 of all the promotions lately?
00:42:03 00:42:04 There's a trend here at
00:42:04 00:42:06 the at the Patches Switch program.
00:42:06 00:42:07 A lot of our guests have been
00:42:07 00:42:09 promoted lately and we are boss.
00:42:09 00:42:13 >> If you get a spot on the PatchAndSwitch show,
00:42:13 00:42:15 you will get a promotion.
00:42:15 00:42:17 >> You are likelihood of promotion.
00:42:17 00:42:19 >> We've had people go up to-.
00:42:19 00:42:20 >> Can I get a guest spot?
00:42:20 00:42:23 >> BP's and beyond?
00:42:23 00:42:23 >> No. Sorry Steve.
00:42:23 00:42:25 >> I thought you fired Steve.
00:42:25 00:42:26 >> No. Steve showed up again.
00:42:26 00:42:29 >> Yeah. Okay. So, it's insane?
00:42:29 00:42:31 >> No it is.
00:42:31 00:42:33 >> We have a certain panache,
00:42:33 00:42:34 that most people don't have
00:42:34 00:42:37 with the way that we handle the show I guess.
00:42:37 00:42:38 >> Are we going to take credit for this?
00:42:38 00:42:41 >> They they get so much exposure with the SLT.
00:42:41 00:42:43 I bet you the
00:42:43 00:42:46 entire senior leadership team is watching this right now.
00:42:46 00:42:47 >> Stop now.
00:42:47 00:42:49 >> Stop now.
00:42:49 00:42:50 Because if they were.
00:42:50 00:42:55 >> Yeah. We wouldn't be here. Olson and Fade The Black.
00:42:55 00:42:58 >> Exactly. That's another show.
00:42:58 00:43:01 >> [inaudible] was just authorized to shutdown.
00:43:01 00:43:01 >> Sorry?
00:43:01 00:43:02 >> What random spending you have you been doing?
00:43:02 00:43:04 >> Well so, that's what I was looking at
00:43:04 00:43:05 when we were looking at random spending.
00:43:05 00:43:07 Is i3 good enough?
00:43:07 00:43:10 Nowadays, is the new Pentiums?
00:43:10 00:43:11 Because they've got those new Pentiums.
00:43:11 00:43:13 >> All about the Pentiums maybe.
00:43:13 00:43:15 >> That are out there that are really cheap and I
00:43:15 00:43:18 don't think I think an i5 is overkill at this point.
00:43:18 00:43:21 >> I think we can get away with an i3.
00:43:21 00:43:24 What I did I got a nook with an i3 from
00:43:24 00:43:26 my mom and has
00:43:26 00:43:28 16 gigs of RAM which is way more than what she does.
00:43:28 00:43:30 >> Oh yeah. I was thinking maybe eight tops.
00:43:30 00:43:32 >> Yeah. Well at the time I could get 16.
00:43:32 00:43:34 >> The price chart.
00:43:34 00:43:38 >> A little 250 gig hard drive and it was an M2 SSD.
00:43:38 00:43:40 >> Yeah. That's what I was looking at.
00:43:40 00:43:43 >> Yeah. It was like $35,400.
00:43:43 00:43:44 >> Yeah, yeah.
00:43:44 00:43:46 >> It works perfect for her. She has a
00:43:46 00:43:48 plugged into a monitor
00:43:48 00:43:50 on her desk in their bedroom and
00:43:50 00:43:52 the monitor can be switched over to a TV.
00:43:52 00:43:53 So she can switch it
00:43:53 00:43:56 between a TV or monitor in her bedroom.
00:43:56 00:43:57 >> That works?
00:43:57 00:43:58 >> Yeah.
00:43:58 00:43:59 >> I had not random spent.
00:43:59 00:44:01 >> I'll continue to investigate.
00:44:01 00:44:02 >> I have not random spent recently.
00:44:02 00:44:09 I did some frozen shake mix that supported.
00:44:09 00:44:11 >> We haven't talked about this.
00:44:11 00:44:12 >> What?
00:44:12 00:44:14 >> So, my latest round of spending
00:44:14 00:44:16 it's that time of year to get the boat ready.
00:44:16 00:44:17 >> The boat.
00:44:17 00:44:20 >> So, I do random
00:44:20 00:44:22 spend quite significantly at the end of the season to
00:44:22 00:44:24 get everything ready so that when it's
00:44:24 00:44:27 time just kind of pull out the garage,
00:44:27 00:44:30 went through everything, fire it up make sure that
00:44:30 00:44:33 all the winterization gets removed,
00:44:33 00:44:34 double-check all the fluids and
00:44:34 00:44:35 everything and then throw it on water.
00:44:35 00:44:37 Well, this year for Mother's Day,
00:44:37 00:44:41 we had an 80 plus degree Fahrenheit day.
00:44:41 00:44:42 >> Yeah, it was crazy.
00:44:42 00:44:44 >> Which is what, 24,25?
00:44:44 00:44:47 >> Thirty six I think, 84 to 36. Isn't it?
00:44:47 00:44:50 >> No, 37.5 is body temperature.
00:44:50 00:44:53 >> Thirty seven. Okay. So, yeah it's hot. Hot Celsius.
00:44:53 00:44:55 >> Let's say 30.
00:44:55 00:44:57 >> It was easy 28.
00:44:57 00:44:58 Here we go.
00:44:58 00:45:00 >> Okay. At any rate.
00:45:00 00:45:05 So this year, pulled the boat out,
00:45:05 00:45:08 attach the hoses, to give the engines some waters,
00:45:08 00:45:09 started fleshing out, turned it on and then all
00:45:09 00:45:11 of a sudden there was steam.
00:45:11 00:45:13 I had never seen steam coming
00:45:13 00:45:15 out of the engine before and then
00:45:15 00:45:21 some goop brown goopy stuff coming out of the exhaust.
00:45:21 00:45:22 >> Liquid?
00:45:22 00:45:24 >> So this is like the magic smoke equivalent?
00:45:24 00:45:26 I am panicking at this point.
00:45:26 00:45:29 >> So I kill the engine, like something's wrong,
00:45:29 00:45:32 we throw it onto the car,
00:45:32 00:45:34 I call the dealer and I'm like," Hey,
00:45:34 00:45:35 it's a Saturday, what time do you open?
00:45:35 00:45:37 Can I bring my boat down?" I know it's going to be
00:45:37 00:45:40 a few weeks but again this is very early May.
00:45:40 00:45:41 The fact that we're even thinking
00:45:41 00:45:42 of putting the boat on the water
00:45:42 00:45:44 on Mother's Day is crazy from Seattle.
00:45:44 00:45:45 >> Yeah.
00:45:45 00:45:46 >> So, I took the boat
00:45:46 00:45:47 down to the dealership and I've got
00:45:47 00:45:50 to give a shout out to Lake Union C, right,
00:45:50 00:45:51 because I pulled up
00:45:51 00:45:53 and I go in and the service guys like,
00:45:53 00:45:55 "That's going to be at least three or four weeks."
00:45:55 00:45:57 Because he's thinking I want to have the service,
00:45:57 00:45:58 that spring service, but I don't
00:45:58 00:46:01 need that because I do it in the winter.
00:46:01 00:46:03 I'm like, "Yeah, but I had
00:46:03 00:46:06 my boat service and I just had this thing."
00:46:06 00:46:09 There was an error because the alarm went off,
00:46:09 00:46:11 that's why I powered everything off.
00:46:11 00:46:11 >> That's your alarm?
00:46:11 00:46:15 >> Yeah. So, one guy comes in he's like," Go.
00:46:15 00:46:16 Just pull it up here and we'll just connect it
00:46:16 00:46:18 up and we'll start it we'll see what's going on."
00:46:18 00:46:19 The next thing I know there's
00:46:19 00:46:21 three other guys, technician.
00:46:21 00:46:22 One guy's got a laptop,
00:46:22 00:46:24 he's got it plugged into my engine.
00:46:24 00:46:25 They fire it up they run in
00:46:25 00:46:27 everything through and they're like, "Yeah,
00:46:27 00:46:29 it's this new because
00:46:29 00:46:32 it didn't do it my first year that I am."
00:46:32 00:46:35 >> It's in fact with boat cryptowear.
00:46:35 00:46:38 >> Well no. It's a new,
00:46:38 00:46:40 apparently the new environmentally
00:46:40 00:46:43 friendly eco-fogging that's what
00:46:43 00:46:45 they call it to keep the engine safe over the winter.
00:46:45 00:46:48 It just did its job and it's broken down
00:46:48 00:46:50 and you need to just flesh it through the system.
00:46:50 00:46:52 But they are like," So the alarm was
00:46:52 00:46:54 your battery?" Had run all the way down.
00:46:55 00:46:59 I'm like, "Well I know that." Because it
00:46:59 00:47:01 had to sit when we were re-doing the kitchen,
00:47:01 00:47:04 my garage became a paint booth for the kitchen cabinet,
00:47:04 00:47:07 so I had to have the boat parked outside and not
00:47:07 00:47:08 connected to the battery charger which
00:47:08 00:47:10 is generally connected the battery charger.
00:47:10 00:47:11 That's all that alarm was.
00:47:11 00:47:14 I'm like," So, nothing's wrong?". "No, no, no.
00:47:14 00:47:16 Everything's good you're good to go." I'm like, "Okay.
00:47:16 00:47:18 What were you guys for taking." "No, no, no. Go on.
00:47:18 00:47:20 Go on ahead." I mean I
00:47:20 00:47:22 pulled up a busy time of year because it's a nice day.
00:47:22 00:47:22 >> Yeah.
00:47:22 00:47:23 >> So everybody's pulling
00:47:23 00:47:24 their boats out and they're like,
00:47:24 00:47:26 "Yeah, no, no just, just go on."
00:47:26 00:47:26 >> Nice.
00:47:26 00:47:28 >> Fantastic.
00:47:28 00:47:28 >> No kidding.
00:47:28 00:47:30 >> Scared to ever living but Jesus
00:47:30 00:47:32 out of me because I'm like, "Oh my gosh.".
00:47:32 00:47:32 >> Of course.
00:47:32 00:47:35 >> Because I've got BOAT
00:47:35 00:47:37 stands for Bringing Out Another Thousand, right?
00:47:37 00:47:37 >> Yeah
00:47:37 00:47:37 >> Totally.
00:47:37 00:47:39 >> Is exactly what Crystal just said.
00:47:39 00:47:41 >> Yes, exactly so.
00:47:41 00:47:41 >> Yeah, it was good.
00:47:41 00:47:42 >> Yeah, nice.
00:47:42 00:47:43 >> Yeah, and prior yes
00:47:43 00:47:44 with fresh hamsters to run the engine.
00:47:44 00:47:45 >> Yep.
00:47:45 00:47:45 >> Yep.
00:47:45 00:47:46 >> Nice.
00:47:46 00:47:48 >> Yep. New food.
00:47:48 00:47:49 >> I've got a new camera.
00:47:49 00:47:50 >> What kind of cameras you've got?
00:47:50 00:47:51 Did you get another new Sony?
00:47:51 00:47:52 >> No, I've got a new-.
00:47:52 00:47:53 >> Do you have a new?
00:47:53 00:47:55 >> I bought a slightly used,
00:47:55 00:47:57 very slightly used by a grandmother
00:47:57 00:47:59 on the weekend, D 500.
00:47:59 00:48:01 >> She drove it to Church on Sundays.
00:48:01 00:48:03 >> Yeah, she only took it to Church on Sundays.
00:48:03 00:48:06 So, D 500 really good shape,
00:48:06 00:48:08 really nice cant wait to see.
00:48:08 00:48:09 >> Is that mirror-less or?
00:48:09 00:48:11 >> No, it's mirrored but I mean it's a-.
00:48:11 00:48:12 >> Yeah. Yeah that's a nice.
00:48:12 00:48:15 >> Way higher end than my D 5000, so.
00:48:15 00:48:16 >> But it's only a 500.
00:48:16 00:48:19 >> I know. The smaller the number the better the series.
00:48:19 00:48:19 >> The smaller the number the better the series.
00:48:19 00:48:22 >> Okay. So, like the D 5 is like the ultimate then?
00:48:22 00:48:22 >> I guess.
00:48:22 00:48:24 >> No. No The D.
00:48:24 00:48:24 >> The D 2.5.
00:48:24 00:48:26 >> The D.
00:48:26 00:48:28 >> The D.
00:48:28 00:48:29 >> Just call it the D.
00:48:29 00:48:30 >> Exactly.
00:48:30 00:48:30 >> Nice.
00:48:30 00:48:31 >> Now, I can't wait.
00:48:31 00:48:32 >> We should start to prep
00:48:32 00:48:33 the audience because they are delaying.
00:48:33 00:48:36 That's a, you need to give us three works efforts.
00:48:36 00:48:37 >> Yes.
00:48:37 00:48:38 >> To be able to come up with the next show.
00:48:38 00:48:39 >> Are we already at the time?
00:48:39 00:48:41 >> We're literally with two minutes
00:48:41 00:48:42 left before we wrap up.
00:48:42 00:48:43 >> It's been a long time since
00:48:43 00:48:44 we caught up with the audience.
00:48:44 00:48:48 >> I know. We're resting on the format
00:48:48 00:48:49 of the show and we have so much stuff to
00:48:49 00:48:51 talk about that we didn't have enough time to talk.
00:48:51 00:48:53 Plus we also started 10 minutes late.
00:48:53 00:48:56 But, Three Shots works named the show.
00:48:56 00:48:58 The today's show was called something, something.
00:48:58 00:49:00 >> Pinto breakfast segments.
00:49:00 00:49:01 >> Pinto breakfast segments.
00:49:01 00:49:02 >> Because in the last show,
00:49:02 00:49:03 we were talking about the Pinto.
00:49:03 00:49:05 The old Pinto automobiles?
00:49:05 00:49:05 >> Yes.
00:49:05 00:49:06 >> Yeah.
00:49:06 00:49:07 >> That exploded if they were involved
00:49:07 00:49:09 in an accident? Yes nice.
00:49:09 00:49:10 >> Yeah.
00:49:10 00:49:10 >> Yeah.
00:49:10 00:49:11 >> Nice.
00:49:11 00:49:12 >> The other small piece
00:49:12 00:49:15 I've come to realize over the past couple days;
00:49:15 00:49:18 the other piece of buying that I have to
00:49:18 00:49:21 do is I got to buy a new cloud key. Mine burnt up.
00:49:21 00:49:22 >> The ubiquitous?
00:49:22 00:49:23 >> Yeah.
00:49:23 00:49:24 >> The ubiquitous did the magic
00:49:24 00:49:25 smoke get released or what.
00:49:25 00:49:26 >> Yes.
00:49:26 00:49:28 >> That's never good how did that happen?
00:49:28 00:49:29 >> The support teams all,
00:49:29 00:49:30 "Hey yeah, we can replace that."
00:49:30 00:49:33 RMA is like, "You.
00:49:33 00:49:38 You are two days past warranty you cannot return.".
00:49:38 00:49:41 >> Cannot pass. Vizio VP guys says Moose.
00:49:41 00:49:41 >> Moose.
00:49:41 00:49:42 >> That's one of the words.
00:49:42 00:49:43 >> That's good one.
00:49:43 00:49:45 >> Always good.
00:49:45 00:49:49 >> Moose spelled like the animal or like the French.
00:49:49 00:49:51 >> Who? Desert?
00:49:51 00:49:52 >> Desert beverage thing.
00:49:52 00:49:53 >> It's just spelled the same way.
00:49:53 00:49:55 >> He spelled it like the animal.
00:49:55 00:49:56 >> Okay.
00:49:56 00:49:59 >> So, quickly on beer talk. Because I have to say.
00:49:59 00:50:01 >> Okay. We got a talk about beer?
00:50:01 00:50:02 >> Just to talk about beer.
00:50:02 00:50:03 >> You don't drink beer anymore.
00:50:03 00:50:04 >> I need to brew. I've got no beer glass.
00:50:04 00:50:06 >> You don't drink beer anymore.
00:50:06 00:50:07 >> I need to brew because there's no beer left.
00:50:07 00:50:09 So, when I'm done doing this thing,
00:50:09 00:50:10 I'll be able to drink and
00:50:10 00:50:11 trust me I'm going to be drinking.
00:50:11 00:50:14 So we need to have my tabs filled back up again.
00:50:14 00:50:18 But the brewers competition.
00:50:18 00:50:19 >> We haven't talked about that.
00:50:19 00:50:21 >> Because we're talking about leading up to it.
00:50:21 00:50:23 I was doing an English Ale
00:50:23 00:50:25 with Ginger for that third competition.
00:50:25 00:50:26 Neither of these two gentlemen
00:50:26 00:50:28 decided to show up to vote.
00:50:28 00:50:30 Thank you very much because I came in
00:50:30 00:50:32 fourth place without ginger beer.
00:50:32 00:50:34 >> Excuse me. You scheduled it when I was out of town.
00:50:34 00:50:36 >> I think I couldn't schedule it.
00:50:36 00:50:36 >> Yes you did.
00:50:36 00:50:37 >> Fourth place.
00:50:37 00:50:38 >> Congratulations.
00:50:38 00:50:40 >> If you both were there,
00:50:40 00:50:43 I was a difference of only nine votes to become third.
00:50:43 00:50:46 >> I think we have our title moose.
00:50:46 00:50:48 What is it there? Moose boat, horrible diet.
00:50:48 00:50:50 >> Yeah. Horrible diet being hyphenated for some word.
00:50:50 00:50:51 >> You got it.
00:50:51 00:50:51 >> Of word. Nice.
00:50:51 00:50:52 >> You got one.
00:50:52 00:50:54 >> That can work. So it is.
00:50:54 00:50:56 >> So, but the thing is,
00:50:56 00:50:58 is that we you still would have been a short.
00:50:58 00:51:00 >> Nine votes, you get 10 each.
00:51:00 00:51:01 >> Right.
00:51:01 00:51:01 >> Ten each.
00:51:01 00:51:04 >> You think I'm giving you all the votes.
00:51:04 00:51:04 >> Nice.
00:51:04 00:51:05 >> Yeah, thanks guys.
00:51:05 00:51:06 >> It's not going to happen.
00:51:06 00:51:07 >> Yeah, anyway.
00:51:07 00:51:08 >> In fact, I'd probably vote for somebody else.
00:51:08 00:51:10 >> Oh even better. So I have
00:51:10 00:51:12 some left, you have to come over and try it.
00:51:12 00:51:12 >> Okay.
00:51:12 00:51:12 >> Okay.
00:51:12 00:51:13 >> It's on my gig.
00:51:13 00:51:14 >> That's fine.
00:51:14 00:51:16 >> It's on the side. But yeah.
00:51:16 00:51:17 I'm literally on the drags of
00:51:17 00:51:19 whatever's left inside my thing and that's getting.
00:51:19 00:51:20 >> Somebody else.
00:51:20 00:51:20 >> Old.
00:51:20 00:51:21 >> Gotcha.
00:51:21 00:51:22 >> Getting old. Trying to figure out how to do
00:51:22 00:51:25 a quick orchestra boot up right now.
00:51:25 00:51:28 The orchestra actually happens to be booting off of
00:51:28 00:51:33 a 8.5 inch floppy up there, I think.
00:51:33 00:51:37 >> Well, I don't understand how it is that the music is,
00:51:37 00:51:39 that the show was playing in
00:51:39 00:51:40 the background and how did you do?
00:51:40 00:51:43 >> There it is. We're back.
00:51:43 00:51:45 >> With that, we've come to the quick,
00:51:45 00:51:46 we have another exciting episode
00:51:46 00:51:48 of the PatchAndSwitch program.
00:51:48 00:51:49 I want to thank everybody for tuning
00:51:49 00:51:52 in and I'm going to try to do this by memory.
00:51:52 00:51:53 So, I'm probably going to miss something.
00:51:53 00:51:53 >> Good luck.
00:51:53 00:51:54 >> We've got all the chucks.
00:51:54 00:51:56 Because there are multiple chucks.
00:51:56 00:51:56 >> Multiple chucks.
00:51:56 00:51:58 >> We've got Steve, our Vizio VP guy.
00:51:58 00:51:59 >> Crystal.
00:51:59 00:52:00 >> JK Crystals, Supercrystal.
00:52:00 00:52:02 Frederick who has joined us.
00:52:02 00:52:02 >> A couple of John's.
00:52:02 00:52:05 >> Colleen, he needs to do some stuff, a couple of Johns.
00:52:05 00:52:06 >> Johns.
00:52:06 00:52:06 >> Multiple Johns.
00:52:06 00:52:07 >> There's John Marshall.
00:52:07 00:52:07 >> Yeah.
00:52:07 00:52:09 >> John Allen. Here.
00:52:09 00:52:09 >> Steve.
00:52:09 00:52:11 >> Cameraman has showed us.
00:52:11 00:52:12 >> Fredrick.
00:52:12 00:52:13 >> Frederick, I said that.
00:52:13 00:52:13 >> Work. Work.
00:52:13 00:52:14 >> Some Steve yet.
00:52:14 00:52:15 >> Merlin.
00:52:15 00:52:18 >> Merlin. Yes Merlin. Hello.
00:52:18 00:52:19 >> Everybody else.
00:52:19 00:52:21 >> Everybody else. The reality is,
00:52:21 00:52:23 I'm supposed to have a list but didn't work.
00:52:23 00:52:25 Anyway, till next time,
00:52:25 00:52:28 have a weekend everybody.
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