#492 – The Library Guy/
- October 21, 2019
We chat about Josh’s obsession with books and how many he’s read, school trips to the snow, and what happens if you wear other people’s glasses.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Snow trips and skiing
– Bunnings’ big pricing error
– Books that shaped our childhood
– Wearing other people’s glasses
– For Dummies books
– Josh’s audiobook stats
– The LA fact of the day
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It's the daily Talk Show episode. 492. What's going on guys? What's happening? Happy Monday. I've started the day with a spoonful of Vegemite.
You're an absolute monster. Yeah.
It was it was really yummy. And it just sort of gives you that little little perk up does it? Yeah, it's almost like a shot of something with a shot of sodium. Yeah, I'd be I was lacking in so I think that I may not take a stranger for Molly said on Friday, Josh, keep going with the food banter. She loves it.
You know what's amazing is when anybody in this world, like I mean, I'm just so I love listening to anybody who's passionate about something and your passion lies within food. And so when you're listening to your it's just, you know, it's like when you have a waiter at a restaurant that just loves food and can tell you all about the menu and and you just like yeah, I have
just described exactly what I did. So last week Yes, yeah, you just you connect so much with it. Before before we started we're talking about scaling and 97. It's 97 said that he thinks that I would be a good skier he says, I feel like you would be a good skater and then you Mr. Perfect. Your thoughts on fact, I
said feelings aren't facts, buddy. Sorry.
Sorry, I'm not perfect, perfect.
Now usually usually people who are less coordinated in a bit like sort of lanky sort of thing. They're actually pretty good at skiing.
Did you pull that from young son? Do you like all these people just talk that thing that you just said, you
know, it's weird. Like I've I've had two mates who are both tall and lanky and so and really like, uncoordinated and the grand scheme like black runs and everything. Double black. What's a double black? It's like, black. Yeah. What's the black? You got like levels of run so you get like, blue, green,
whatever, any black double And then double black diamond. So
what I said is no, we weren't really the skiing school so I haven't skied before. But then it did trigger a memory and I'm coming off the back of feeling quite triggered after having Jake Janssen on yesterday. In reflection, do you what do you think about those storeys
are I mean it's, it's great. I love saying how they pie.
But anyway I did talking about the skiing, I was reminded of the by myself I reminded myself Yep. As you know, that triggered a little bit of problem. Yeah, with a little bit. Little bit
of prompting from his brain.
The the best, athletic like people with the best athletic ability in the nine, got to go on a snow trip. However, based on my services within the school, I was invited to go and it was the biggest ship Storm ever the Josh Janssen to get invited ok so the snow tree
the other kids found out now thinking
yeah this is fucking nice at all
the fat kid who got picked last talentless
back in it it's not always the most talented people that make it and some people are just exactly
but no I am but then they ended up cancelling the whole thing for some reason. I don't know why I
found out later that I actually it's like when Yeah, you just pulled the pin because it you
just easier week. Yeah,
we cannot have it. Hey, I tell you something I saw. I thought this was fake. It was on Facebook where a lot of fake posts get put up about bullshit. But a guy put up that a post screenshot of buntings warehouse go to bindings right now. blinks.com whatever it is to come to the website and
we don't want you to leave I die there
is one close by right under made his arm but I will say if we need a drone, we just need to go to bindings if they're in the business of selling drones now
well so what you might be referring to is cam Shand actually didn't instal a storey about this oh
no it wasn't cam was another guy from up in the Gold Coast
and so was that the end of the storey they're selling drones now was
blown away. I mean this is the place I thought I loved a lot because of all the shoot you could get there already now. Their camera supply store
so they do two drives but if you go into oz bargain and look up, burnings 97 Can you tell me what the price was of the I think it's the the maverick? How much would you pay for the maverick and the movie air?
I don't know. 200 bucks something. I didn't know my drones I bought when when they first came out the maverick pro which was $949
you finding it in anything nice. Heaven on AWS bargain. Yeah. If you just go into the search and you type in sunrise be sure you're looking at maybe. I mean, if you just go into the latest listings of a burnings yeah most bargain it's probably just quicker me doing it here. I've got it here.
literally saved it.
Yeah it was it was up in my crime thing but it's just refreshing gone $298 was how much they were selling the maverick four to
nine no no no show so so I wasn't gonna bring that up because I didn't know if it was a good part of the storey that I had. The guy who posted the photo. Yeah. posted the one that said the maverick 298 bucks right now. And that's what I was like. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. They sell it for this cheap. And so I did some investigating. I went to the website, typed in just to the search bar drone came up. It was like they'd missed it one yesterday. The two years still be 2000 whatever, whatever you just said.
So there was it was $298 it's what's known as a pricing era.
People audit though.
Yeah. Do you know anyone who's ever done a pricing era, the storeys relating to someone doing?
How many? How many clicks? I don't know, price, I guess how many people clicked through to the burnings site? Thousands and thousands 36,000 people clicked through on that link. And so anyway, that obviously they weren't servicing it. Have you had a price error? situation? 97 where they have honoured it? No, no, I've never I've never price
their situation. So yeah, Andres accidentally done it on someone else's website. That's right.
Yes. Pushing the tailor shop. Yeah,
yeah. Well, you can even talk about it now based on the fact that he always had he told his employee to go in Social media CY he worked for a company that did digital for a like a CD yeah like a message basically and it's like one of those you know, one of these massage places they do deals and they like do like Groupon II type of things. And they this digital company looked after all the e commerce stuff for this massage business and they had a discount code and rather than giving like 10% off he made them free
so I wouldn't say it was it was it wasn't free so they got they got free postage and a bit of a discount as well. I can't remember how he said he's
totally stuffed to how much money do you think it cost them because they still they bet they have
no idea it can be costly Yeah, I can imagine if you if you've got a big site like that then yeah,
I mean this this small little mistakes like not ordering the right amount of jumpers and then having to pay for like ridiculous amount to make out the Mr. orders that happens in
business does that didn't happen here? Yeah, I talk shy
job is mostly nice.
We never really spoke about that. So
what what happened? So I had a spreadsheet setup, which I copied all of our orders into, and I had to guess like acronyms for extra large to those XLJ and those XL. And so when when I calculated all of all of them, I just searched for how many terms had how many search terms were there, there were four XL. And there was like this certain amount, but I didn't actually factor in XLJ
extra logic gronk Oh,
no, because it was it was initially like XLJ I think. And then when we added all the other sizes,
what could you charge the sale because you thought that you didn't understand how people wear the clothes you had no idea around sizing so you basically
small, medium, large and extra large with
what I thought was scared to death. Educated you're running around, like, you need bigger sizes. Yeah, that was expensive because we ended up what happened is we obviously buy them in bulk. And then we had to get a few extra in that were extra large and then so you end up paying more for the hoodies. People pay,
let's say you get 1000 you get a good price. But then if you get one or two or five, you're gonna pay exorbitant fees.
I mean, it's it's a bit of education. I was thinking about books when I was young. That sort of shaped shaped me thinking, actually, No, I'm joking. I'm joking. Like
1617 fact I wasn't writing books then. I don't think
What are you what were you writing smarty pants?
cherub? What's chair? What is that? It's like a bird. Nana it's a he was like it was like an agent is like a secret agent or whatever worked for like a an agency on addiction
Now that was all made up. But he was he was a part of an agency or whatever and he infiltrated all these things like Special Forces panic
there when he hit the
I'm just looking for a business book. Do you mean nonfiction sir?
So it was mine. Oh,
yeah, yeah. They just bullshitting
with the bullshit.
To me now. novels.
Where's the real shit? Do you mean biographies?
And so you said the I mean the first few books for me four hour workweek. I reckon the game was in there somewhere.
Really? Did you actually own a copy of the game? Yeah, I bought a boat. I listened to the audio book after brain I got together, but I was using it more as a way of gaining friends.
Yeah, yeah, I mean, there's the thing about those book, the game is this old school relationship by a pickup artist book.
It's a sleazy. So the thing is, there was a bunch of people who came to Australia, and also the pickup artist and I think they sort of had all this sort of like disgusting techniques about Yeah, you need if I can grab the neck and do all this crazy, outrageous domestic violence. I don't think Neil Strauss ever got into the area of debate, like fucking doing anything that was, you know, outrageous.
No, no, that book, to be honest, is self help elements within that. I think that's the thing about like marketing books as well. In Seth Golden's material. There's a lot of it, it's just like, it's it's almost like another way of tickling, articulating how to sort out the head stuff, and sort of how to make sense of everything that happens. Bad sheet good shit. You know, ebbs and flows, dips the dip. So if you see a six day and you're a little bookworm, what do you What
do you read much of a book when I was like I am today? A bullshit
book buyer that doesn't read? Yeah, no, I was into buying books. And so I definitely, especially when I was like 20. That was sort of like the peak age. I think that I went through school, and then only really started my education. When I actually finished school. I can actually started being like, oh, now it's up to me. I can do whatever I want. Yeah. And so I'm a big Amazon orders where I'd buy like 15 books at a time because it was like, cheaper through delivery, because you'd pay once it was like, the way they used to do what is it'd be like 50 bucks, and then they would charge $5 per book. And the bookstores was so behind them, that they didn't have any like the Gary Vee stuff, like even saying the Tim like Tim Ferriss books, in bookstores and Seth gardens books is so novel. I feel like when you see it now, it's like, oh, that's really cool because I feel like 10 years years ago you were this fucking outsider who had to go online and find Amazon or whatever. But no, I remember the first book that I read from start to finish was filmmaking for Dummies.
Oh yeah. And so they've done a series about it. It's just for Dummies.
Have you ever read a for dummies book? 97 not anything so
the yellow covers
Yeah, I know. I know which ones I'm just trying to know what kind of dummy I had in
No, there was there was one like made up storeys, but damn ISIS, a book on nonfiction. There's like a scout it's it was pretty much for dummies as well but it's like a real basic scout rules. And like teachings this get it so did you go to scouts? No, no, no. So I think my parents bought the book for my older brother Sam and then I read bits and pieces of it is you would love to it's like how to tie knots and all that. So I want to get But yeah, I mean it wasn't solid that it was like surviving in the wild and
yeah, can you look up the for dummies series and see sort of what the more obscure end of that so the filmmaking one you're 16 you probably had your Mac by then your iMac
five now I hadn't had the long yet
you know I hadn't so it was a G five g five computer was like one of those silver towers
but so you were in the was about 3500 bucks and it was my
my parents actually got that for me. And it was through what's what's the company called? It's going to annoy the heck out of me for as a race Apple reseller. avi no man and I think I'm not not company now. It's dream, not dreams. That's what DY still around from Danny No. Now they were acquired by company now.
Let's just say it.
And so I know I got the G five That was in 2006 started 2006. Before that I built it. I was like I want to make I want to Mac. My dad's like, Apple computers really expensive. I know a guy that was always that always knew a guy and never ended well. She always had to go with it rise in your screen printing guy. And then it was ended up being a nightmare with my band t shirt. But he's like, now I know a guy. And so the guy built a computer for me. And then there was a problem with 97 you'd get this but I couldn't get past the fucking dos menu or whatever without pressing like a few buttons. Like there was a hardware failure. And so I could get through it. It was almost like I had to go into safety mode like so. Yeah, it's fucking nightmare. So anyway, after doing that for a year, I eventually got the G five. But the specific thing that I remember in the filmmaking for dummies book is it's called the poor man. Copyright
poor man's copyright. Okay,
so and so why of proving when you wrote something to say if you wrote a script so the example is a screenplay you write a screenplay what is a way that you could prove when you wrote it? actual proof?
Now like nowadays, yeah, buying a domain was the name of the script What about what about it onto a website?
So what about the material within
like the actual video
then another video so you writing screenplays name out
because it logs you could send it to somebody like there is some is logging into a programme where it just is time stamping the time or when the PDF was created? is one to the right yeah.
Yeah, man. Yeah, this is Julian.
Hey said on the weekend show he said sometimes he just gets a part of a scripting they never seen in the fall one because if someone could Just rip off the screen via Yeah, really like it? Yeah, like it. There's been a bunch that have been like,
Hey, how you do it. And this blew my mind. I was like so we heard Tommy Of course, it was it was seriously I was like, it gave me chills. The way that you do it is you put it in an envelope, and you send it to yourself. And so when it goes through the mail, they stamp it and it's got the date that it was stamped.
So the only problem with that is the envelope gets stamped. And so you say I don't open it. Yes.
And so you finish your script, you put your script in the envelope, a big sort of a for fucking envelope. You mail it to yourself, and then you put it away in a filing cabinet
God and the only issue with that is that it's a bit old school now. Like I think the digital thought was fucking cool, though. It makes sense. They think it's cool. It's a fucking great idea. PKR friend One of the most genius ideas, not this not have a similar vein, but time mail usage. He he would take to the races, a pre paid slip a sleeve that you could drop into a mailing box Express post with a bit of bubble wrap, when you'd go to the races and get a bit messed up bit drunk, put his sunglasses into this and mail them home on like as he walking past going to the pub track and put them into the mailbox.
He said sunglasses
himself he sunglasses back to himself, or that I bought a pair of $280 sunglasses Versace.
Any, I mean, is that smart?
It's smart because I bought a pair of Versace $290 glasses on the day of the races, went to the races and lost them.
I've a failing 97 would try and do it. It worked out the slowest post in Mr. Hall summon
them back for like four weeks to
But I feel that I wonder if there's any other Crafty Things people are doing with my like,
And so did you ever did you get into Harry Potter? I had the first book with it was that the red one? philosopher's stone?
I can't remember it was I thought was great like I remember reading it and sort of really feeling like I was in that world like was so cool
but then projected it on me a lot like everyone just assumed because I was fat and wore glasses that I had Harry Potter and did you we felt the pressure I remember was like one of the first books that I was a kid that just loved the the appearance of things but not do it.
Like right between the post and then Kelly's neck that
but I think about like I talked about the trophies when I was growing up. You remember this nice seven
say you're all shy. Is it love
to be so my room was filled with trophies, but they were all my either my dad's trophy drag racing trophies, all my brothers for the trophies. And now we're just all set and then action indoor sports trophies.
GF have action indoor sports parties.
Today really do
you got a trophy every time you had a birthday there?
Yeah, we had a party and so much volleyball one
yeah my room I'd like a Soccer World Cup on and you
lost it as a kid you would have lost me at action. Know when I was at McDonald's, you would love the food.
Do you see so do you think that like this kind of stuff, priming kids to expect accolades and have these trophies and stuff like if we look at like where you're at now in life, and
it can be I'm not a trophy guy anymore. But the book thing like a goose bumps my my brother was great all the goosebumps books. We had like 50 of them and they were all in my room. And it was like the pride and joy I'd go in and
read any of them Na Na de
dislike the look I almost it's so bizarre
well they couldn't even like I was when I was a kid they was until I was in like grade three word teacher had a meeting with my mom was like, I don't think Josh can read at all. I'd been bullshitting. Like, I'll just create commotion stuff within the class. I just remember saying that, like, if I looked at books, all the words would sort of dance I'd find it hard to sort of its dyslexia. Now, it wasn't just that it was just what
happens when so that's like, that'd be thinking egot dyslexia where I was, I was ill with a blue glasses
is like dyslexia fixing glass. This
is you're looking at this like a different lens colour.
There's a purple lens colour that is for I mean, I don't match about
The purple type colour is for which has become cold. All the popular in the last like five years is the one for screens so if you're looking at screens a lot and so I when I got a pair of glasses like two times ago I they just did that as a standard without asking if i
can i read glasses saw him I put in the effort
that blue light filter
oh wow let's say look at me I can say look real Do you think he looks cool?
Yeah it may I cannot like cannot make your face right Mr. Nice
to remember like
I can see my hand. Wow look at that.
Do you remember as a kid like can you see me Josh? Yeah, so Larry actually yeah, it's it's funny how much my eyes like I don't know if I've gotten lazier. But I used to be able to just like as soon as I took my glasses off I would refocus. Today more. It's a bit blurry. I feel really sick. Do you remember how much like parents will Drum into especially for me having glasses. Do not get anyone to wear your glasses because you really can damage their eyes.
Now, but can we look these up? I've had them on for almost a minute or a show.
It could be it could have been like filters or bullshit on Sundays or there are no glasses as well. What about people who do this?
That's good. This is good. You want him back?
So dummies, what books did you find for the dummies?
So there's a book called bagels for Dummies. What's a dog dog the dog is bringing in some training, potentially baby names for Dummies. birdwatching for dummies building beehives for dummies, conspiracy theories and secret societies for Dummies. So the problem
with the for dummies brand is it doesn't really fly by for seniors for Dummies. I think I think all for dummies is basically for seniors. I'll tell you why. Oh, what is it Jarrett's for dummies hurts for Dummies. Ferrets. I remember my uncle had ferrets. My mom is also disgusting.
We they pee a lot. Yeah, they can be smart and trained and actually you can toilet try and
I feel like that what we had like piping on what it like those piping would run through the pipes and then it was training him to to rise, but they can be savvy just fine.
Yeah, it did disaster recovery planning for
it. This is just the planning,
planning planning for the disaster recovery
that well it's inevitable.
Living with hepatitis C for Dummies.
I mean the the it does I
mean all people with hepatitis C A dummies for having
it. No, I made the people with dummies. I know.
You can say that only the people for Dummies. You know what I may
know the the it disaster one thing is that if you saw your chief technical officer, protect a technology officer that you see to in a business and they had a bunch of books, and she had a book that was, you know, David dummy it for Dummies. It's not a good look. You probably don't want to lead with it.
I mean, I think the brand new like I remember it being Yeah, I know. It's not for dumb people. It's just simplified information, which was the brand my branding point of view.
So filmmaking for dummies as a kid. Yeah, that's all good. But don't you think that like, half of the whole thing? The reason we buy books is because we want to look smart, isn't it?
Like, I never bought a book in my life look smart.
But don't you think that there are some level of status symbol so before definitely before you've read the information, the only just by buying the book, I bought a bunch like I was watching YouTube videos on like Iran and all of that all these different things. I was like, Oh, you know what? I'm going to get into I want to become like an expert on Iran. So I went off.
It's the ultimate poser move there
is a poser move that because I was planning on writing him,
nobody knows what happened.
This is what happens. So it's not a poser move yet. What have you found? anti inflammation diet for dummies?
I knew that. Can you look at the information within that?
Yeah, you have to buy the book download.
No, so I know so I bought all these books on Iran. And like I started open up and start reading them and then I was like, I've got other stuff I need to end up on my books. I've got you going to my house. There's a bunch like, you think oh my god, have we got someone who's got a doctorate in Iran and
my public? Yeah, when you look at your bookshelf. Yeah, it's literally like a
a library. Yes. And so how do you become not that guy? Well, like I've told you to slow down like just bought only buy if you only ever read One and then bought another one you've finished reading it you just actually buy less books will be cheaper for you.
But isn't that my point is that it's like everything we buy is based on on this. We all like the reason you bought an electric skateboard is because you want to be a guy that rides electric skateboard.
Bit. I love skateboarding.
I love I actually do when I read books, I love reading books. Given that you could because you could argue you can say well, you love skateboarding. Why don't you skateboard to work every day.
too far for one last my controller for two can't find it. And I can't find it. It's It's fucking annoying to order one. But I think I've used that electric skateboard for more minutes than you've read probably in your life.
It can be cool. That is
perfect is 100% right? 100% of the time, so I can't argue with
I've used it a lot and
to but, but you think that you've electric skateboard more than I've read Potentially, no, not really. I mean, of course,
because I haven't. Okay.
Well, that's not what
do you think you've actually read?
I mean, this is the thing, audio books.
He's done over his 200 hours of iterating. may not time. That's what I meant.
Let's actually work it out. So you get the calculator out. I'm not gonna be across this if you started running at 16. And if you would average how many minutes a year just so roughly, or hours per year, you've read well, this is a thing, read books, hard copy. This is the thing
on the book thing.
I'm not this is why I'm trying to get better at I'm wanting to build up my concentration around reading, like actual physically reading because the thing is that I never finish articles. Because I always I try. I think I spoke about the other day. I thought, you know what, I'm going to read the rest of this article. I was like, You Fuck is just repeated cell phone 20 different times
Yeah, but they are good book shouldn't be doing that. Yeah, but cnn.com probably do that. Just fucking
you know, I get
it joking you'd read two hours a week now.
There's a typical books now, how many?
This is the thing? Not very much at the moment, because I probably can only
know very much audiobooks, though.
Already. In this year, let's just go this year 2019 It's October, how many? Like just on average per week? So no probably
for that since the start of the year. I've probably read
in books stuff.
Less than 10 hours. Okay.
Less than 10 hours. I mean, how many books is that? 10 hours of already having paid just just write that because it usually can give you like, do you see
on the bill gates one. He was doing like 150 pages an hour. He's like 90% retention, right? Yeah.
Yeah. You're smart boy. I want to see so I'm pretty sure that in
you can check what our can say hours. Yeah.
So an audible listening time.
I'm guessing this is just since the last time I downloaded it. One month, 16 days, 20 hours of listening nine minutes of lyst. That's great. That's great. And so there's all badges within audible that you get. The badge I have I have the this is the trophy cabinet.
The stenographer Justin Okafor is not
know, what is it? I don't know. But what it says is, so you're the one who used to mock up those library books. You've you've placed at least 10 bookmarks. A person whose job is to transcribe speech in shorthand, you can still go Next one daily.
Oh, that's right. They have them in court. I just thought that would like to transcribe it. I think stenographer is probably like a fancy
Do you think people that wrote a column called themselves to
Daily, deeper? Here's the good habits. Keep it up. You've listened to books for at least 30 days straight, good. Repeat listener. You've listened to the same audio book at least 20 times. So daily, daily rituals I listened to every night. It's a good idea. Yeah, why not? No, I don't know. Just like it's because it's one of those ones that the thing is I don't retain stuff. I say you might have to listen to the other one, the closer. You've listened to at least five complete, books start to finish very low given that I've got over 150 books.
It's an interesting it's, I mean, you're a weed marathoner. We'd
listen for at least
eight hours, strike. marathoner
I did that when Can this be you on the place
you or other people? Because Josh has given out his password potentially hundreds of
weekend warrior you've listened for at least 24 hours total on a weekend Can I
just check if I if I check my a lot of listening on the weekend? Because you because you've got well I've got yours and I just want to see if it if it pulls up the stats are you fucking got a bunch of people who find it I'm just joking. I said
Hang on. When when I was in yours I was I had like 16 hours like me. And then I back profile sorry, profile may know title, title.
What is your title say one month. Josh is accounts payable. So I've contributed to that one.
By just say you have you got over trophies. You got the badges.
I've got the stenographer the daily debug the repeat listener
It is really no I actually feel free day.
Yeah, well because you guys are fucking all my numbers.
But you were kind enough to give it out so I appreciate Yeah, I mean I've listened to what he
was in my library 190 books I bought
I reckon I've listened to 20 something hours 24 hours of total
so almost like you find out that you fucking everyone's been, you know all your Fitbit data has been everyone
let's say did you what was the first book you reckon you read? It would have been Harry Potter had that goosebumps back in the day. I had all those punch me. Oh, my God. It had to do with that goes down on an island. And he only has a hatchet. Yeah, that was following memories of that. Like, you know, when you think back to a book and you're like, you've got the imprint of the book. Yeah. And so the silence and it was, it was scary when I was writing. Yeah. Well think about getting trapped in an island as a kid. That was a great book, but most of us would read. My generation were told to read that like a lot of schools with school. Yeah, magic far away. tree was funny. Yeah. Kill a Mockingbird. Was that like a big one across? About?
Yeah. Yeah, there's a few hobbits and you actually never read a book for school. It's crazy to think that I did the essays, I would read all the I would doubt I'd pay for like, si notes. Cliff Notes with no
TV unless you're always looking for a quick fix.
So I would just
I got an A, an A plus on my g7 English assignment, which was a book review of the book. The day my bum went psycho and got an A plus, and didn't read the book. So much. rah rah. I think we just like you would a bunch of stuff.
Can you give us the LA fact of the day
show? Can the port of La imports and exports $1.2 billion worth of goods each day? And LA x moves 75 million passengers each year? That's a lot.
75 million that isn't a big numbers and
75 million divided by 365 What's that? How many people a day it is one of the biggest fucking crazy
2000 people flying in flying out?
This is a quick bonus fact. Is there any
any books that are related to Los Angeles that we should read before we go?
Like a classic? It's going to get us in the spirit. Like if I were to start a book club
was the one thing I did as a kid have a lot of book clubs.
never read the book. 100 must read books set nella
What's the website
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you get it right all right boys where we've locked in our accommodation for LA Mr. Nice Evan we're staying in a good spot so West Tommy pumped I'm about to have a phone call with Reese Mitchell he's on the ground he's a man on the great show just face time and just to get the first little bit of high
let's do a proper it let's actually do a proper we'll get him on this. Yeah, this week. Yeah, quickly. What is one book that's the top one that said in LA based on Book Riot. A case of shadows compiler, LK Hamilton make a case of shadows. I'll give them right. Right. It's a daily talk show. Hi the daily talk show.com if you are like me, I get a lot out of people message me and say how Josh I can rely on IU what summarise
what kind of guy you
know if you have if you if you bought a book with the intentions of writing and
I think I've done can we rephrase it if you're the guy that's bought over 30 books with intention rain that hasn't read them? message me
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you got a lot of library
and I read bookshelf it nothing's changed I used to when I was at the school library be scared like I would take out 10 books at a time yeah annoying thing is tremendous. No I was in debt and have to pay library late fees you did not like fees with with schools that I don't really do like fees. But I was shocking because I wouldn't read them. And I was holding on to the books. And I was bad with like, admin returning. Anyway, hi the daily talk show.com. We are on Instagram. And we do appreciate when you leave a podcast review through the apple podcast app. They've made a bunch of improve There's a Mac version of Apple podcast now, I believe, yeah, on the version, which there's a bunch of new features like the incorporating transcriptions, you'll be able to see if you go on to Apple podcast app. Now, this is relevant for podcasters. There is a section where you see the hosts. So there's either so that you know, Josh Janssen, Tommy jacket, you actually can submit to Apple a photo to go into that spot. So we no photo, our guests names would have a photo to them. However, they actually need a signed release form by like the person whose photo it is, I would have to include that. But
let's see. Cobra. Google Google, showing the names on that's radical in the app. Yeah, that'd be awesome.
Yeah. So it's Yeah, breaking all that up. It is quite cool. And if the apple podcast Mac App is meant to be a big improvement because it's the first time they've sort of removed it all out of iTunes. Do you have any updates on that? Nice seven.
Now I wonder if you can search past 300 episodes?
I think you can't Yeah, there has been that problem for a while. But anyway, Alright guys, we'll see you tomorrow. Yeah, see you guys have a good one.