0 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:13,000 Downloaded from Cyro.se 1 00:00:47,756 --> 00:00:50,634 [waves splashing] 2 00:01:13,323 --> 00:01:16,952 ["'Tis the Gift To Be Simple" playing on cell phone] 3 00:01:35,554 --> 00:01:36,930 Yes, we received your payment. 4 00:01:38,015 --> 00:01:44,146 No, it wasn't late, but it was for $78.13, and the bill was for $78.31. 5 00:01:45,731 --> 00:01:47,816 Okay, great. 6 00:01:50,694 --> 00:01:52,738 No, thank you. 7 00:01:55,699 --> 00:02:00,746 ["Metal Guru" playing] 8 00:02:08,587 --> 00:02:11,048 [car sputters] 9 00:02:11,131 --> 00:02:13,425 [car horn honking] 10 00:02:15,385 --> 00:02:19,056 [car horn honking] 11 00:02:28,982 --> 00:02:30,067 [horn honking] 12 00:02:30,150 --> 00:02:34,237 ["Farewell Transmission" playing] 13 00:02:39,493 --> 00:02:41,203 I think it's the intake manifold. 14 00:02:43,872 --> 00:02:46,333 - Was I right? - Not even close. 15 00:02:48,001 --> 00:02:51,463 I think I just like saying "intake manifold." 16 00:02:51,546 --> 00:02:54,174 Maybe when I get a job, I'll get Triple A. 17 00:02:54,257 --> 00:02:56,134 I thought you worked at the water company. 18 00:02:56,218 --> 00:02:57,218 Temping. 19 00:02:58,887 --> 00:03:01,723 - How's your parents? - They're doing okay. 20 00:03:03,350 --> 00:03:06,269 I should, um, get going, actually, for dinner. 21 00:03:06,353 --> 00:03:10,315 But, um, we should make a plan. I'll send you a text. 22 00:03:10,399 --> 00:03:14,069 Or we could do that now since we're both here. 23 00:03:14,152 --> 00:03:17,030 - What? - Nothing. [chuckles] 24 00:03:17,114 --> 00:03:18,573 Okay. 25 00:03:19,908 --> 00:03:20,908 [car door slams] 26 00:03:22,327 --> 00:03:23,471 ["Something Old Something New" playing] 27 00:03:23,495 --> 00:03:25,247 [man] Nice of Mercer. 28 00:03:25,330 --> 00:03:27,290 I always thought you two would make a good... 29 00:03:27,374 --> 00:03:29,626 - Mom. - Couple. 30 00:03:32,295 --> 00:03:34,297 Boy from the neighborhood? 31 00:03:34,381 --> 00:03:35,632 That would've been cute. 32 00:03:35,716 --> 00:03:38,093 [laughs] 33 00:03:38,176 --> 00:03:39,720 Remember when he fixed the roof? 34 00:03:39,803 --> 00:03:41,763 - Stop. - [laughs] 35 00:03:41,847 --> 00:03:44,015 - He's not... - I know, I know. 36 00:03:53,316 --> 00:03:54,316 Mm. 37 00:03:55,610 --> 00:03:57,404 Any word on the insurance? 38 00:03:57,487 --> 00:04:02,492 Oh, they won't cover the cost of IGIV. It's $40,000. 39 00:04:02,576 --> 00:04:05,036 So, you know, surprise, surprise. It's not on their list. 40 00:04:05,120 --> 00:04:06,913 [Dad] Oh, enough of all that. 41 00:04:08,331 --> 00:04:09,332 Come on, honey. 42 00:04:11,001 --> 00:04:13,253 - Help me up. - [Mom] Okay. 43 00:04:15,338 --> 00:04:16,965 - Here. You got it? - [dishes clanking] 44 00:04:17,048 --> 00:04:18,341 Thanks, Mae. 45 00:04:18,425 --> 00:04:19,425 - [Mom] Okay? - Yeah. 46 00:04:20,469 --> 00:04:21,970 - [Dad grunts] - [Mom] That's it. 47 00:04:23,430 --> 00:04:25,265 Well, not so fast. 48 00:04:29,311 --> 00:04:31,062 [Dad grunts] 49 00:04:31,146 --> 00:04:33,231 - [Mom] Okay and turn... just... - [Dad grunts] 50 00:04:35,150 --> 00:04:37,819 - [Mom] Ready? - [Dad] Yeah. I'm good. 51 00:04:37,903 --> 00:04:38,987 - Yeah. - [Mom] Okay. 52 00:04:40,071 --> 00:04:44,326 ["'Tis the Gift to be Simple" playing on cell phone] 53 00:04:44,409 --> 00:04:45,494 [people chatting] 54 00:04:45,577 --> 00:04:49,122 - [woman] What are you doing right now? - I'm at work. 55 00:04:49,206 --> 00:04:52,626 I come here each day and in return, I receive money to buy goods and services. 56 00:04:52,709 --> 00:04:54,589 Ah, well, I've got to be quick. I'm in Germany. 57 00:04:54,628 --> 00:04:56,314 - Why are you in Germany? - Regulatory mess. 58 00:04:56,338 --> 00:04:59,841 Those guys did not screw around, but listen, I got you an interview. 59 00:04:59,925 --> 00:05:01,802 - What? - I got you an interview tomorrow. 60 00:05:01,885 --> 00:05:05,013 - [screams] - [laughing] Yes, I did. 61 00:05:06,056 --> 00:05:07,057 Really? No. 62 00:05:07,140 --> 00:05:10,977 [laughing] Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I did, tomorrow. 63 00:05:11,061 --> 00:05:13,146 Holy shit, Annie, I love you. 64 00:05:13,230 --> 00:05:15,150 [Annie] Remember, it's just customer experience. 65 00:05:15,232 --> 00:05:17,210 So answer phones, help people, what you're already doing 66 00:05:17,234 --> 00:05:18,360 but now a real company. 67 00:05:18,443 --> 00:05:19,820 I know, it's perfect. 68 00:05:19,903 --> 00:05:21,571 Tons of people started there. 69 00:05:21,655 --> 00:05:23,532 [Mae] I know, I know. Thank you. 70 00:05:23,615 --> 00:05:26,243 Stop saying that. We're hiring a hundred people this month. 71 00:05:26,326 --> 00:05:29,204 - One of them may as well be you. - Right, good. 72 00:05:29,287 --> 00:05:31,790 This doesn't mean you're in. You have to kill the interview. 73 00:05:31,873 --> 00:05:33,875 Know the Circle inside out. I'm back next week. 74 00:05:33,959 --> 00:05:36,545 By then, you'll be hired if you kill the interview. 75 00:05:36,628 --> 00:05:37,921 [Mae] Okay, I will. 76 00:05:38,004 --> 00:05:39,714 [Annie] You can do it, Mae. Own it! 77 00:05:39,798 --> 00:05:43,468 [indistinct chattering] 78 00:05:52,936 --> 00:05:56,940 [man] How would you describe what the Circle is to say, 79 00:05:57,023 --> 00:05:59,484 - your grandmother? - Take True You, for example. 80 00:06:00,652 --> 00:06:05,407 It combined everything that was separate and sloppy into one account. 81 00:06:05,490 --> 00:06:10,120 No more forgetting your password, multiple identities, identity theft. 82 00:06:10,203 --> 00:06:13,415 You use your real name, which is tied to your credit card. 83 00:06:13,498 --> 00:06:14,858 I think Grandma's falling asleep. 84 00:06:16,001 --> 00:06:17,002 [scoffs] 85 00:06:18,670 --> 00:06:19,671 Okay. 86 00:06:23,008 --> 00:06:26,386 Before True You, it was like you needed a different vehicle 87 00:06:26,469 --> 00:06:28,263 for every single one of your errands, 88 00:06:28,346 --> 00:06:30,348 and no one should have to own 87 different cars. 89 00:06:30,432 --> 00:06:32,017 It doesn't make sense. 90 00:06:32,100 --> 00:06:36,146 It's the chaos of the Web made elegant and simple. 91 00:06:36,229 --> 00:06:38,690 Speed round. Paul or John? 92 00:06:38,773 --> 00:06:39,773 Early Paul, late John. 93 00:06:39,816 --> 00:06:43,236 - Mario or Sonic? - Early Sonic, late Mario. 94 00:06:43,320 --> 00:06:45,030 Introspection or communication? 95 00:06:46,489 --> 00:06:48,199 - Uh... - Mae. 96 00:06:48,283 --> 00:06:50,910 - Sorry, I'm thinking about it. - So that's introspection. 97 00:06:50,994 --> 00:06:52,912 - Sushi or Soylent? - Sushi. 98 00:06:52,996 --> 00:06:54,122 Ever owned a Velcro wallet? 99 00:06:55,498 --> 00:06:57,334 - Yes. - Velcro shoes? 100 00:06:57,417 --> 00:06:59,961 - Yes. - Velcro... pants? 101 00:07:00,045 --> 00:07:01,296 Yes. 102 00:07:01,379 --> 00:07:04,150 What was the name of the receptionist who checked you in this morning? 103 00:07:04,174 --> 00:07:05,175 Um... 104 00:07:10,555 --> 00:07:12,849 - Linda. - Joan Baez or Joan Crawford? 105 00:07:12,933 --> 00:07:14,392 - Joan Didion. - "Gif" or "jif"? 106 00:07:14,476 --> 00:07:17,479 [chuckles] I'm not answering that. There's too much at stake. 107 00:07:17,562 --> 00:07:19,230 Would you like to go out with me? 108 00:07:22,317 --> 00:07:23,860 That's very inappropriate. 109 00:07:23,944 --> 00:07:26,947 Good. Quality or convenience? 110 00:07:27,030 --> 00:07:28,698 Not mutually exclusive. 111 00:07:28,782 --> 00:07:30,867 Needs of the society or needs of the individual? 112 00:07:30,951 --> 00:07:33,036 - Should be the same. - You're most scared of? 113 00:07:35,455 --> 00:07:37,165 Unfulfilled potential. 114 00:07:40,001 --> 00:07:43,088 [indistinct chattering] 115 00:07:54,474 --> 00:07:57,644 All right, heliport, gym, daycare, 116 00:07:57,727 --> 00:07:59,980 - organic farm, pétanque. - Pétanque? 117 00:08:00,063 --> 00:08:02,774 - Oh, it's like bocce but French. [giggles] - Oh. 118 00:08:02,857 --> 00:08:06,027 Tetherball, lap pool, social pool, doga. 119 00:08:06,111 --> 00:08:08,196 - [dog barking] - [indistinct chattering] 120 00:08:09,739 --> 00:08:14,119 Kennel, nightclub, salon, maker space, 121 00:08:14,202 --> 00:08:18,081 rock climbing, trampoline, clinic, volleyball. 122 00:08:18,164 --> 00:08:19,457 Was that...? Was that the...? 123 00:08:19,541 --> 00:08:22,627 Content people, news, arts, film, engineers, 124 00:08:22,711 --> 00:08:25,755 management and me, advertising and you. 125 00:08:29,175 --> 00:08:30,218 All right, let's go. 126 00:08:31,720 --> 00:08:33,638 [Mae] Your legs are so long. 127 00:08:39,811 --> 00:08:40,645 [shouts] What? 128 00:08:40,729 --> 00:08:42,981 [giggles] It's all on sensors. 129 00:08:43,064 --> 00:08:44,858 The elevator reads your ID and says "hello." 130 00:08:44,941 --> 00:08:48,820 We do that for visitors mostly. They're usually impressed. 131 00:08:48,903 --> 00:08:50,464 Annie, that's the worst picture of me ever. 132 00:08:50,488 --> 00:08:52,907 Oh, come on... Oh. Oh, dear. 133 00:08:52,991 --> 00:08:54,492 - [Annie] Danny! - [Danny] What's up? 134 00:08:54,576 --> 00:08:55,928 You remember Dan? I'm handing you off. 135 00:08:55,952 --> 00:08:57,370 - You're all grown-up. - [Mae] Oh. 136 00:08:57,454 --> 00:09:01,166 [Danny] I have the privilege and the honor to give you your brand new tablet, Mae. 137 00:09:01,249 --> 00:09:02,768 And I sent the password to your phone. 138 00:09:02,792 --> 00:09:04,586 - Oh, my God. It has my name on it. - Uh-huh. 139 00:09:04,669 --> 00:09:06,838 Oh, this is too sad. You take care of my little girl. 140 00:09:06,921 --> 00:09:08,757 - I will. - [sniffs] 141 00:09:08,840 --> 00:09:11,384 [man] If we don't give customers a human and humane experience, 142 00:09:11,468 --> 00:09:13,803 we have no customers, it's pretty elemental. 143 00:09:13,887 --> 00:09:15,239 Jared will be doing your training. 144 00:09:15,263 --> 00:09:18,892 I oversee the team, and Jared oversees the unit. 145 00:09:18,975 --> 00:09:21,686 As you know, you'll be doing straight-up customer maintenance 146 00:09:21,770 --> 00:09:23,480 for the smaller advertisers. 147 00:09:23,563 --> 00:09:25,565 You work on your portable here. 148 00:09:25,648 --> 00:09:27,368 They send a message to customer experience, 149 00:09:27,442 --> 00:09:29,861 and it gets routed over to one of you. 150 00:09:29,944 --> 00:09:32,447 Random at first, but once you start working with a customer, 151 00:09:32,530 --> 00:09:35,658 they'll continue to be routed over to you for the sake of continuity. 152 00:09:35,742 --> 00:09:37,786 Um, you get the query, figure out the answer, 153 00:09:37,869 --> 00:09:41,081 you write them back, and that is the core of it. 154 00:09:41,164 --> 00:09:43,124 Simple enough in theory. So far so good? 155 00:09:43,208 --> 00:09:44,959 - [chuckles] Uh, yeah. - Cool. 156 00:09:45,043 --> 00:09:47,754 So let's say you've answered a client's question, 157 00:09:47,837 --> 00:09:49,005 and they seem satisfied. 158 00:09:49,089 --> 00:09:51,650 Now, it's not just that you get a smile or a frown, though that is part of it. 159 00:09:51,674 --> 00:09:54,135 You get your smile... it's almost always a smile. 160 00:09:54,219 --> 00:09:56,721 Um, that is when you send the survey. 161 00:09:56,805 --> 00:10:00,225 The survey is a set of quick questions about, you know, your overall service, 162 00:10:00,308 --> 00:10:03,478 how you did, and they send that immediately back, 163 00:10:03,561 --> 00:10:06,707 and you get to see how you did right here. That is the rating. Uh, you know what? 164 00:10:06,731 --> 00:10:08,024 Let's just do a live one. 165 00:10:09,192 --> 00:10:10,735 - Excuse me. - Sorry. 166 00:10:10,819 --> 00:10:13,488 - Okay. - [types] 167 00:10:13,571 --> 00:10:15,824 - Have a nice day. - [beeps] 168 00:10:15,907 --> 00:10:17,283 [taps] 169 00:10:17,367 --> 00:10:18,910 - [humming] - [beeps] 170 00:10:18,993 --> 00:10:20,495 That's pretty good, 99 is good, 171 00:10:20,578 --> 00:10:24,582 but I can't help wondering why it wasn't 100. Let's look. 172 00:10:24,666 --> 00:10:25,667 [beeps] 173 00:10:25,750 --> 00:10:27,418 Okay. 174 00:10:27,502 --> 00:10:28,628 [types] 175 00:10:31,297 --> 00:10:34,697 Boom. Sometimes you just encounter someone who isn't really sensitive to the metrics. 176 00:10:34,759 --> 00:10:38,513 So it's important to ask them and make sure you get that clarity. 177 00:10:38,596 --> 00:10:42,183 And we're back to a perfect score, yeah. 178 00:10:42,267 --> 00:10:44,227 - Oh, wow. - [both chuckling] 179 00:10:44,310 --> 00:10:46,521 All right, are you ready to do this on your own? 180 00:10:46,604 --> 00:10:47,814 - [chuckles] Yes. - Awesome. 181 00:10:47,897 --> 00:10:50,567 [typing] 182 00:10:50,650 --> 00:10:51,734 [beeps] 183 00:11:34,903 --> 00:11:36,463 [Annie] Excuse me. I'm terribly sorry. 184 00:11:37,447 --> 00:11:38,448 Hey, how's it going? 185 00:11:38,531 --> 00:11:40,259 - I thought you were in Amsterdam. - Oh, just for a day. 186 00:11:40,283 --> 00:11:41,802 Then London, then New York, now here. 187 00:11:41,826 --> 00:11:44,037 - Have you slept? - A few hours on the plane. 188 00:11:44,120 --> 00:11:46,414 A couple pills, I'm good. So you? First week. 189 00:11:46,497 --> 00:11:48,541 - [groans] - What? 190 00:11:48,625 --> 00:11:49,709 You got an 87 average. 191 00:11:49,792 --> 00:11:52,086 - That's like a solid B. - How long till I'm fired? 192 00:11:52,170 --> 00:11:54,189 Listen, when I first started, it took me a few weeks 193 00:11:54,213 --> 00:11:55,774 to really get the hang of it. Believe me, okay? 194 00:11:55,798 --> 00:11:58,009 Believe me, you're doing fine. You're good, all right? 195 00:11:58,092 --> 00:11:59,093 Mm-hm. 196 00:11:59,177 --> 00:12:00,261 Hello, I'm Eamon Bailey. 197 00:12:00,345 --> 00:12:03,431 [audience cheering] 198 00:12:03,514 --> 00:12:04,849 [chuckles] Hey. 199 00:12:04,933 --> 00:12:06,643 [applause continues] 200 00:12:08,645 --> 00:12:11,689 Thank you, thank you. So glad to see you all here. 201 00:12:11,773 --> 00:12:15,276 Now a bunch of you are new to the company since I last spoke, 202 00:12:15,360 --> 00:12:17,487 so can the guppies all stand up? 203 00:12:17,570 --> 00:12:20,740 - [Annie] Right, that's you. - [Eamon] Come on, guppies, just stand up. 204 00:12:20,823 --> 00:12:22,263 - Whoo! - Guppies, stand up, come on. 205 00:12:23,576 --> 00:12:25,119 Congratulations, nice to have you. 206 00:12:25,203 --> 00:12:29,916 Now "guppies" is just an affectionate term for you baby fishies. 207 00:12:29,999 --> 00:12:32,835 Soon you will all grow to become powerful... 208 00:12:32,919 --> 00:12:35,338 - [laughs] You're adorable. - I hate you. 209 00:12:35,421 --> 00:12:38,383 ...the fish that guppies grow up into being... 210 00:12:38,466 --> 00:12:40,593 - What do they grow up into? - [laughter] 211 00:12:40,677 --> 00:12:42,637 Anyway, all right, this is Dream Friday, 212 00:12:42,720 --> 00:12:46,516 the latest in our long tradition of presenting our newest innovations. 213 00:12:46,599 --> 00:12:49,602 The first Dream Friday featured Ty Lafitte, 214 00:12:49,686 --> 00:12:52,230 the inventor of True You and our founding father. 215 00:12:52,313 --> 00:12:55,733 And usually, we feature one of our engineers or our visionaries 216 00:12:55,817 --> 00:12:58,403 but today unfortunately, it's just me and for that, 217 00:12:58,486 --> 00:13:00,071 - I apologize in advance. - [laughter] 218 00:13:00,154 --> 00:13:01,924 - [Annie chuckles] - [man] We love you, Eamon! 219 00:13:01,948 --> 00:13:03,116 Thanks, Mom. 220 00:13:03,199 --> 00:13:05,493 [laughter] 221 00:13:05,576 --> 00:13:07,137 Now you might not have seen me around campus 222 00:13:07,161 --> 00:13:08,722 for the last few days, and maybe you were wondering 223 00:13:08,746 --> 00:13:10,206 just where the heck I've been. 224 00:13:10,289 --> 00:13:11,416 [woman] Surfing! 225 00:13:11,499 --> 00:13:13,251 - [laughter] - Argh! 226 00:13:13,334 --> 00:13:16,713 - [giggles] - You got me! Yes, I've been surfing. 227 00:13:16,796 --> 00:13:19,132 And that's part of what I'm here to talk about. 228 00:13:19,215 --> 00:13:21,551 I love to surf and in the past, 229 00:13:21,634 --> 00:13:26,305 I would have to wake up and call the local surf shop 230 00:13:26,389 --> 00:13:29,559 to ask about the local breaks, and pretty soon, 231 00:13:29,642 --> 00:13:32,854 the local surf shop stopped answering their phone. 232 00:13:32,937 --> 00:13:37,108 - [laughter] - And then I got a cell phone, 233 00:13:37,191 --> 00:13:39,861 and I could call up my buddies who were already out 234 00:13:39,944 --> 00:13:42,113 at the beach before me, and I could ask them, 235 00:13:42,196 --> 00:13:45,533 but they, too, stopped answering their phones. 236 00:13:45,616 --> 00:13:46,534 [laughter] 237 00:13:46,617 --> 00:13:48,036 And then came... 238 00:13:49,078 --> 00:13:50,079 the Internet. 239 00:13:50,163 --> 00:13:53,082 - [audience cheering] - Whoa. Oh! 240 00:13:53,166 --> 00:13:57,086 Some geniuses set up cameras on the beaches, 241 00:13:57,170 --> 00:14:00,757 so I could log on and get some very crude images 242 00:14:00,840 --> 00:14:02,842 of the waves at Stinson Beach. 243 00:14:02,925 --> 00:14:06,637 It was almost worse than calling the surf shop. 244 00:14:06,721 --> 00:14:08,514 Here's how it used to look. 245 00:14:08,598 --> 00:14:10,016 [audience groaning] 246 00:14:10,099 --> 00:14:12,268 Almost useless, right? 247 00:14:12,351 --> 00:14:14,562 But now let's refresh that page 248 00:14:14,645 --> 00:14:18,691 and show the site with our new Circle video delivery. 249 00:14:19,859 --> 00:14:22,737 - [audience murmuring] - Now that looks pretty good, doesn't it? 250 00:14:22,820 --> 00:14:24,822 Yeah, maybe I should be out there right now. 251 00:14:24,906 --> 00:14:27,241 - [audience chuckling] - But would it surprise you to know 252 00:14:27,325 --> 00:14:31,621 that this is not coming from some big camera 253 00:14:31,704 --> 00:14:34,791 but actually just one of these? 254 00:14:34,874 --> 00:14:36,084 [audience gasping] 255 00:14:36,167 --> 00:14:39,796 This camera needs no wires. 256 00:14:39,879 --> 00:14:43,591 It transmits this image via satellite. 257 00:14:43,674 --> 00:14:45,843 I set up that camera this morning. 258 00:14:45,927 --> 00:14:49,722 I stuck it to a tree near the dunes with no permit, nothing, 259 00:14:49,806 --> 00:14:51,974 in fact, no one even knows it's there. 260 00:14:52,058 --> 00:14:53,976 And actually, I was pretty busy this morning 261 00:14:54,060 --> 00:14:58,648 because here's Rodeo Beach, Montera, 262 00:14:58,731 --> 00:15:00,942 Ocean Beach, 263 00:15:01,025 --> 00:15:02,527 Fort Point. 264 00:15:02,610 --> 00:15:03,694 This is my front yard. 265 00:15:03,778 --> 00:15:04,946 [laughter] 266 00:15:05,029 --> 00:15:07,281 - And here's my backyard. - [laughter] 267 00:15:07,365 --> 00:15:08,533 Here's traffic on the 101. 268 00:15:08,616 --> 00:15:10,743 Oh, did you think this was just a camera? 269 00:15:10,827 --> 00:15:13,996 No, welcome to real time analytic processing. 270 00:15:14,080 --> 00:15:17,750 When you see this, you're also getting this. 271 00:15:18,835 --> 00:15:20,545 [audience murmuring] 272 00:15:20,628 --> 00:15:23,881 Air quality, traffic volume, weather patterns, biometrics, 273 00:15:23,965 --> 00:15:28,970 facial recognition, saved and searchable, all to serve you better. 274 00:15:29,053 --> 00:15:34,183 My friends, we are looking at retailing these in just a few months 275 00:15:34,267 --> 00:15:36,686 for less than a pair of jeans. 276 00:15:36,769 --> 00:15:39,814 - [audience murmurs] - And I'm not talking about fancy jeans. 277 00:15:39,897 --> 00:15:42,692 I'm talking about the ones like I'm wearing. 278 00:15:42,775 --> 00:15:43,818 [woman] Wow! 279 00:15:43,901 --> 00:15:48,698 Now, Circlers... do you like to share? 280 00:15:48,781 --> 00:15:50,491 [all] Sharing is caring! 281 00:15:50,575 --> 00:15:53,411 Sharing is caring. I thought you might say that. 282 00:15:53,494 --> 00:15:54,972 - Sharing is caring? - Sharing is caring. 283 00:15:54,996 --> 00:16:00,209 I have a dozen helpers all over the world right now carrying these cameras. 284 00:16:00,293 --> 00:16:03,087 Imagine the human rights implications. 285 00:16:03,171 --> 00:16:07,467 Activists no longer have to hold up a camera. 286 00:16:07,550 --> 00:16:10,470 Now it's as easy as gluing a camera to a wall, 287 00:16:10,553 --> 00:16:13,139 and actually, we've done just that. 288 00:16:14,474 --> 00:16:15,975 Do you see any cameras here? 289 00:16:17,018 --> 00:16:18,144 No. 290 00:16:18,227 --> 00:16:23,691 We have 144 cameras in place here, and it took us just a day to do it, 291 00:16:23,774 --> 00:16:25,109 and they're virtually invisible. 292 00:16:25,193 --> 00:16:29,113 They come in every color, so camouflaging is a cinch. 293 00:16:29,197 --> 00:16:31,365 This is my favorite. Whoa! 294 00:16:31,449 --> 00:16:33,659 - [laughs] - Nice catch. 295 00:16:33,743 --> 00:16:35,036 Sign her up. 296 00:16:35,119 --> 00:16:39,916 - [laughter] - So now, the entire world is watching. 297 00:16:39,999 --> 00:16:41,584 You know, I agree with the Hague, 298 00:16:41,667 --> 00:16:44,378 with the human rights activists all over the world. 299 00:16:44,462 --> 00:16:46,422 There needs to be accountability. 300 00:16:46,506 --> 00:16:50,301 Tyrants and terrorists can no longer hide. 301 00:16:50,384 --> 00:16:55,348 We will see them. We will hear them. We will hear and see everything. 302 00:16:55,431 --> 00:16:57,850 If it happens, we'll know. 303 00:16:59,477 --> 00:17:03,147 We're calling it... SeeChange. 304 00:17:03,231 --> 00:17:05,191 [applause] 305 00:17:05,274 --> 00:17:07,610 SeeChange. 306 00:17:07,693 --> 00:17:09,862 [audience cheering] 307 00:17:09,946 --> 00:17:12,365 Oh, we'll know the good things, too. 308 00:17:12,448 --> 00:17:15,243 - [audience] Aw. - Aw. 309 00:17:15,326 --> 00:17:17,578 We will see it all. 310 00:17:17,662 --> 00:17:20,790 Because knowing is good. 311 00:17:20,873 --> 00:17:23,376 But knowing everything is better. 312 00:17:23,459 --> 00:17:25,127 [cheers, applause] 313 00:17:30,675 --> 00:17:33,219 Whoo! Yeah! 314 00:17:42,103 --> 00:17:44,939 [Mae] Good thing you guys like to keep things modest. 315 00:17:45,022 --> 00:17:46,357 What's this party even for? 316 00:17:46,440 --> 00:17:49,151 SeeChange. Summer solstice. Everything. Nothing. 317 00:17:49,235 --> 00:17:51,696 Come on, let's be the only ones who know how to dance! 318 00:17:51,779 --> 00:17:54,240 - [Mae] My God, is that Beck? - [laughs] 319 00:17:54,323 --> 00:17:57,535 ["Dreams" playing] 320 00:17:57,618 --> 00:18:01,706 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 321 00:18:01,789 --> 00:18:05,042 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 322 00:18:06,210 --> 00:18:10,089 ♪ Come on out of your dreams ♪ 323 00:18:10,172 --> 00:18:12,800 ♪ And wake up from your rêverie ♪ 324 00:18:14,635 --> 00:18:18,347 ♪ Time is here, don't go to sleep ♪ 325 00:18:18,431 --> 00:18:21,100 ♪ Streets are running on the brink ♪ 326 00:18:22,351 --> 00:18:24,854 [Mae] So Bailey, what's he actually like? 327 00:18:24,937 --> 00:18:26,355 You're in the gang of 40. 328 00:18:26,439 --> 00:18:28,750 [Annie] Yeah, but I don't get a ton of alone time with him. 329 00:18:28,774 --> 00:18:31,086 I mean, you know, a lot of people work in the White House. 330 00:18:31,110 --> 00:18:33,362 How many people really get to know the President? 331 00:18:33,446 --> 00:18:36,490 Oh, actually, do you wanna see something? 332 00:18:36,574 --> 00:18:38,618 Oh, my God. You need to see this. Follow me. 333 00:18:38,701 --> 00:18:41,662 ♪ Here we are ♪ 334 00:18:43,789 --> 00:18:46,417 Here. This is it. [chuckles] 335 00:18:49,962 --> 00:18:51,172 [beeps] 336 00:18:51,255 --> 00:18:53,299 - Nice knocker. - [laughs] 337 00:18:53,382 --> 00:18:56,594 [laughs] Holy shit, right? 338 00:18:57,595 --> 00:18:59,639 Right? [chuckles] 339 00:18:59,722 --> 00:19:02,558 I think all of these have gotta be first editions? 340 00:19:02,642 --> 00:19:05,561 Oh, but, um, you have to give me a verbal nondisclosure agreement, okay? 341 00:19:05,645 --> 00:19:07,104 - Annie. - Seriously. 342 00:19:07,188 --> 00:19:10,941 You shouldn't be here and probably won't ever be here again, so verbal NDA. 343 00:19:13,110 --> 00:19:16,364 - I promise not to disclose anything. - Good. 344 00:19:16,447 --> 00:19:19,492 This is where Bailey and Stenton make all of their plans. 345 00:19:19,575 --> 00:19:24,121 It's very serious. I mean, this is high nerd, right? 346 00:19:24,205 --> 00:19:25,925 Oh, no, you probably shouldn't play with... 347 00:19:28,167 --> 00:19:32,171 - Like this? - [laughs] You're such a dork. 348 00:19:32,254 --> 00:19:33,255 Well... 349 00:19:34,382 --> 00:19:37,927 - So this is where it all happens. - To be a fly on the wall, right? 350 00:19:39,345 --> 00:19:40,846 We should get back to the party. 351 00:19:40,930 --> 00:19:43,349 - [cell phone buzzes] - Well, you should at least. 352 00:19:43,432 --> 00:19:44,432 [cell phone beeps] 353 00:19:45,393 --> 00:19:47,812 - You're not coming back? - I've got work. 354 00:19:47,895 --> 00:19:50,457 - Annie, it's like, 11 o'clock. - I've got Australia in a few minutes. 355 00:19:50,481 --> 00:19:53,317 Ah. A-ha. Actually, a few minutes ago, but you have fun, okay? 356 00:19:53,401 --> 00:19:55,695 - Annie... - You're gonna have so much fun. 357 00:19:55,778 --> 00:19:58,489 - ["Would You Want Me" playing] - [indistinct chatter] 358 00:20:00,032 --> 00:20:02,112 - [man] You guys are gonna love this. - [woman] Okay. 359 00:20:05,454 --> 00:20:06,288 Whoops. 360 00:20:06,372 --> 00:20:08,749 [indistinct chattering] 361 00:20:17,758 --> 00:20:21,429 So I heard there's a party around here. 362 00:20:21,512 --> 00:20:23,848 You know, if that's, like... 363 00:20:23,931 --> 00:20:25,641 your kind of thing. 364 00:20:25,725 --> 00:20:27,184 Yeah, maybe I'll check it out. 365 00:20:29,270 --> 00:20:32,031 It's probably not as interesting as whatever's on your phone, though. 366 00:20:35,025 --> 00:20:36,235 Okay, probably not. 367 00:20:37,653 --> 00:20:39,530 [indistinct chattering] 368 00:20:42,324 --> 00:20:45,661 - Do you want a drink? - I do, but they ran out like an hour ago. 369 00:20:45,745 --> 00:20:48,164 I think they did too, but shh. 370 00:20:51,751 --> 00:20:54,336 Are you serious? Whoa. 371 00:20:54,420 --> 00:20:57,715 - You have glasses in there, too? - It's my party trick. 372 00:21:00,217 --> 00:21:02,553 - Oh. - All right. 373 00:21:03,763 --> 00:21:04,763 Thank you. 374 00:21:09,393 --> 00:21:10,393 You're new here. 375 00:21:11,771 --> 00:21:15,024 - You are, right? - How can you tell that? 376 00:21:15,107 --> 00:21:17,507 - I don't know, I just guessed. - That's really embarrassing. 377 00:21:18,944 --> 00:21:20,780 I'm sorry. [laughs] 378 00:21:20,863 --> 00:21:22,740 What do you think? 379 00:21:22,823 --> 00:21:24,742 - Of this? - Yeah. 380 00:21:27,703 --> 00:21:29,705 I'm excited. 381 00:21:29,789 --> 00:21:30,915 [sniffs] Mm-hm. 382 00:21:33,542 --> 00:21:35,795 - [chuckles] I'm sorry. - Okay. 383 00:21:35,878 --> 00:21:37,397 It's just everyone that works at the Circle 384 00:21:37,421 --> 00:21:40,382 is so excited to be here, 385 00:21:40,466 --> 00:21:44,345 and they just want to tell everyone about it all the time. It's, you know... 386 00:21:44,428 --> 00:21:45,948 It's like, "Here, try this Kool-Aid!" 387 00:21:46,013 --> 00:21:47,866 - Oh, Kool-Aid? - "It's delicious. You'll love it." 388 00:21:47,890 --> 00:21:49,558 - Oh, wow! - I love Kool-Aid. 389 00:21:49,642 --> 00:21:51,435 - [laughs] - Don't you love Kool-Aid? 390 00:21:51,519 --> 00:21:52,561 [both laughing] 391 00:21:52,645 --> 00:21:55,856 After my last job where I just tried to, like, 392 00:21:55,940 --> 00:21:58,180 - calm down angry people all day... - [cell phone buzzes] 393 00:21:59,193 --> 00:22:01,195 I'm just grateful to be here. 394 00:22:01,278 --> 00:22:04,114 I got to go put out a fire. 395 00:22:04,198 --> 00:22:07,743 - Sounds exciting. - Very. So, uh... 396 00:22:07,827 --> 00:22:08,828 I'll leave you to it. 397 00:22:08,911 --> 00:22:10,621 [laughs] 398 00:22:10,704 --> 00:22:13,749 Have a drink, have a good time, and stay excited. 399 00:22:13,833 --> 00:22:14,959 You're at the Circle. 400 00:22:16,502 --> 00:22:18,712 [indistinct chattering] 401 00:22:21,507 --> 00:22:24,385 Did he tell me his name? I forgot it. 402 00:22:24,468 --> 00:22:26,136 [sighs] 403 00:22:26,220 --> 00:22:29,598 - Have a good night, guppy. - Oh! Thanks. 404 00:22:29,682 --> 00:22:32,601 [announcer over PA] Last shuttle will be leaving in five minutes. 405 00:22:32,685 --> 00:22:34,478 [laughter] 406 00:22:36,438 --> 00:22:38,440 [indistinct chattering] 407 00:22:51,203 --> 00:22:53,205 [chuckles] 408 00:22:56,875 --> 00:22:58,168 [sighs] 409 00:22:58,252 --> 00:22:59,771 ["With Fun In My Life" playing on radio] 410 00:22:59,795 --> 00:23:03,591 [Dad] I'm telling you Mae-Mae... there's something about you. 411 00:23:03,674 --> 00:23:05,467 - You have a glow. - [Mae chuckles] 412 00:23:05,551 --> 00:23:08,596 - [Mom] You do. - [Mae] I do not have a glow. 413 00:23:08,679 --> 00:23:11,682 - Like you're with child. - [laughs] 414 00:23:11,765 --> 00:23:13,517 Ignore him. 415 00:23:13,601 --> 00:23:15,477 So it's been great? 416 00:23:15,561 --> 00:23:17,605 I don't think I ever wanna work anywhere else. 417 00:23:17,688 --> 00:23:18,522 [exhales] 418 00:23:18,606 --> 00:23:20,482 I told, um, Carolina's mom. 419 00:23:20,566 --> 00:23:22,776 I might've let your salary slip. 420 00:23:22,860 --> 00:23:24,445 - Oh, Mom. - What? 421 00:23:24,528 --> 00:23:28,532 It's been fun to casually insert it into conversation. 422 00:23:28,616 --> 00:23:32,620 "My daughter works for the best company on the planet! 423 00:23:32,703 --> 00:23:34,705 - And has full dental." - [chuckles] 424 00:23:34,788 --> 00:23:37,082 Please don't. I just got lucky. 425 00:23:37,166 --> 00:23:39,627 - If it wasn't for Annie... - Annie, how is Annie? 426 00:23:40,753 --> 00:23:41,754 She's good. 427 00:23:42,880 --> 00:23:45,507 - Working too hard. - What does she do exactly? 428 00:23:46,800 --> 00:23:48,844 She's in the gang of 40. 429 00:23:48,927 --> 00:23:50,929 Uh-huh. 430 00:23:51,013 --> 00:23:52,556 She's in on all the big decisions, 431 00:23:54,058 --> 00:23:56,352 deals with regulatory issues in other countries. 432 00:23:57,478 --> 00:23:59,313 That sounds important. [chuckles] 433 00:24:00,939 --> 00:24:05,486 Mae, hon, why don't you get your daddy another beer? 434 00:24:05,569 --> 00:24:06,570 Sure, Dad. 435 00:24:22,503 --> 00:24:24,254 Your hair. 436 00:24:24,338 --> 00:24:26,298 It was a phase. 437 00:24:26,382 --> 00:24:28,092 It was a cute phase. 438 00:24:29,343 --> 00:24:31,095 You good? 439 00:24:31,178 --> 00:24:32,971 I'm good. 440 00:24:33,055 --> 00:24:35,015 You should come visit me at work sometime. 441 00:24:35,099 --> 00:24:36,099 At the Circle? 442 00:24:37,017 --> 00:24:38,727 I'll give that idea a smile. 443 00:24:38,811 --> 00:24:40,270 - [scoffs] - Hey... [chuckles] 444 00:24:40,354 --> 00:24:42,981 They might think I was there to clean the toilets. 445 00:24:43,065 --> 00:24:45,818 Come on. They'd love you. 446 00:24:45,901 --> 00:24:48,463 All those tech guys secretly wish they knew how to use a hand saw, 447 00:24:48,487 --> 00:24:50,364 make something out of wood. 448 00:24:50,447 --> 00:24:52,533 That really sums me up pretty well. 449 00:24:52,616 --> 00:24:55,953 - It could be worse, I guess. - You know what I mean. 450 00:24:56,036 --> 00:24:58,497 They want you to tell them about your secret hiking spots. 451 00:24:58,580 --> 00:25:02,084 So they could put them on True You and ruin it forever? 452 00:25:02,167 --> 00:25:04,920 Ooh, biting commentary. 453 00:25:05,003 --> 00:25:06,964 I mean, come on, you have to admit, like, 454 00:25:07,047 --> 00:25:10,467 smiles and frowns used to be for middle school. 455 00:25:10,551 --> 00:25:12,832 Like, "Hey, you know, do you like stickers and unicorns?" 456 00:25:12,886 --> 00:25:15,723 "Yes, I love stickers and unicorns." Smile, you know. 457 00:25:15,806 --> 00:25:17,891 And now... now it's everyone. 458 00:25:17,975 --> 00:25:21,854 I can't help it if you're not... social. 459 00:25:21,937 --> 00:25:25,941 I am social enough. I mean, isn't... this socializing? 460 00:25:27,484 --> 00:25:31,739 I assume you've heard about that senator that's trying to, like, break you guys up 461 00:25:31,822 --> 00:25:34,450 - citing antitrust laws, right? - Give me a break, Mercer. 462 00:25:34,533 --> 00:25:36,910 Don't you have to go and chop some wood or something? 463 00:25:38,954 --> 00:25:39,954 [scoffs] 464 00:25:41,957 --> 00:25:43,542 - Thanks, hon. - Sure, Dad. 465 00:25:45,627 --> 00:25:47,337 His business is doing well. 466 00:25:47,421 --> 00:25:50,841 Mercer? The antler chandeliers? 467 00:25:50,924 --> 00:25:53,302 They are beautiful, Mae. He's making one for us. 468 00:25:53,385 --> 00:25:57,514 Did I tell you I'm up to an 87 so far? They say that's pretty good for a guppy. 469 00:25:58,932 --> 00:26:00,684 - [chuckles] - Who's a guppy? 470 00:26:00,768 --> 00:26:02,478 [Mom] Well, that's great, Mae. 471 00:26:05,189 --> 00:26:07,441 - Honey? - [Mom] Hm? 472 00:26:07,524 --> 00:26:10,360 Oh. Come on, we'll go in the house, come on. 473 00:26:10,444 --> 00:26:12,321 Dad? Don't worry. 474 00:26:12,404 --> 00:26:14,257 - What happened? - Please, Mae, let your mother. 475 00:26:14,281 --> 00:26:15,282 Honey, just, just... 476 00:26:15,365 --> 00:26:17,051 Just tell everybody that Dad's not feeling well, 477 00:26:17,075 --> 00:26:19,953 and they'll understand, really. It's okay. It's okay. It's okay. 478 00:26:20,037 --> 00:26:22,164 - [grunts] - [Mom] It's okay. 479 00:26:22,247 --> 00:26:23,749 Dad. 480 00:26:23,832 --> 00:26:25,793 Please, Mae. 481 00:26:25,876 --> 00:26:28,170 - [exhales] - We got it. 482 00:26:29,213 --> 00:26:30,380 [Mom] It's okay. 483 00:26:32,132 --> 00:26:33,342 - Come on. - [Dad sighs] 484 00:26:39,640 --> 00:26:42,059 [birds squawking] 485 00:26:56,114 --> 00:26:57,366 [sighs] 486 00:27:02,996 --> 00:27:05,499 [sobs] 487 00:27:20,389 --> 00:27:21,389 [Mae] Thanks. 488 00:27:27,271 --> 00:27:28,438 [woman] See you soon, Mae. 489 00:27:29,731 --> 00:27:30,732 Bye. 490 00:27:33,694 --> 00:27:36,196 [indistinct chattering] 491 00:27:46,373 --> 00:27:48,792 [indistinct chatter continues] 492 00:27:52,588 --> 00:27:56,508 [woman] Today, I call upon the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee 493 00:27:56,592 --> 00:27:58,385 to investigate the Circle. 494 00:27:58,468 --> 00:28:02,723 We cannot rely on them to say, "We're not violating antitrust laws." 495 00:28:02,806 --> 00:28:05,976 I'm sure the Circle will be glad to cooperate. 496 00:28:06,059 --> 00:28:09,897 We have every confidence that Senator Williamson's allegations 497 00:28:09,980 --> 00:28:10,981 will be discredited. 498 00:28:11,064 --> 00:28:13,442 You are probably wondering about your new screen. 499 00:28:13,525 --> 00:28:15,277 - [chuckles] - Hi, I'm Gina. 500 00:28:15,360 --> 00:28:16,653 - I'm Matt. - Hi. 501 00:28:16,737 --> 00:28:19,698 Dan said this would be a good moment to set up all your socials. 502 00:28:19,781 --> 00:28:21,199 - Do you have time? - Sure. 503 00:28:21,283 --> 00:28:22,284 [Matt] Great. 504 00:28:22,367 --> 00:28:26,705 I take it last week you were too busy to set up your company social account, 505 00:28:26,788 --> 00:28:29,124 and I don't think you've imported your old profile. 506 00:28:29,207 --> 00:28:31,418 Sorry, I've just been kind of overwhelmed so far. 507 00:28:31,501 --> 00:28:33,295 - Oh. - No, in a good way. 508 00:28:33,378 --> 00:28:37,215 I just haven't had time yet for extracurricular stuff. 509 00:28:37,299 --> 00:28:38,717 Wow. 510 00:28:38,800 --> 00:28:40,886 That's so interesting you put it that way. 511 00:28:40,969 --> 00:28:43,931 We actually see your profile and the activity on it 512 00:28:44,014 --> 00:28:48,101 as integral to your participation here. This is how your coworkers, 513 00:28:48,185 --> 00:28:51,647 even the ones on the other side of campus, know who you are. 514 00:28:51,730 --> 00:28:55,067 Communication certainly isn't extracurricular, right? 515 00:28:55,150 --> 00:28:56,985 Right. Of course. 516 00:28:57,069 --> 00:29:01,448 We consider you a full knowable person of unlimited potential 517 00:29:01,531 --> 00:29:03,659 and a crucial member of the community. 518 00:29:03,742 --> 00:29:06,370 But you're such an enigma. 519 00:29:06,453 --> 00:29:07,454 I am? 520 00:29:07,537 --> 00:29:11,208 It's been years since someone so shrouded in mystery started here. 521 00:29:11,291 --> 00:29:13,919 - Everyone really likes you. - Your work's been exemplary. 522 00:29:14,002 --> 00:29:16,129 Strong ratings for your first week. 523 00:29:16,213 --> 00:29:18,548 Are you satisfied with your performance? 524 00:29:18,632 --> 00:29:21,134 Uh, I think I can do better. 525 00:29:21,218 --> 00:29:23,887 Good, but it's not all about work, okay? 526 00:29:23,971 --> 00:29:26,932 - It's all also about community. - Of course. 527 00:29:27,015 --> 00:29:29,434 It's all connected. 528 00:29:30,435 --> 00:29:34,189 But you've had a blip or two when it comes to meshing with the community, 529 00:29:34,273 --> 00:29:37,651 like your absence at several weekend or evening events. 530 00:29:37,734 --> 00:29:40,070 Which are, of course, optional. 531 00:29:40,153 --> 00:29:42,173 - I'm sorry? - [Gina] Let's start with this weekend. 532 00:29:42,197 --> 00:29:48,495 You left campus at 11:42 p.m. on Friday and got back 8:46 a.m., Monday. 533 00:29:48,578 --> 00:29:50,080 Was there work on the weekend? 534 00:29:50,163 --> 00:29:51,707 - Oh, no, no! - I didn't... I'm sorry. 535 00:29:51,790 --> 00:29:52,624 Oh, so sweet. 536 00:29:52,708 --> 00:29:54,428 There wasn't mandatory work on the weekend. 537 00:29:54,459 --> 00:29:58,046 This isn't like a clock in, clock out type place, thank God! 538 00:29:58,130 --> 00:29:59,941 But, you know, there were thousands of people here 539 00:29:59,965 --> 00:30:01,859 participating in a hundred different activities. 540 00:30:01,883 --> 00:30:02,883 So many. 541 00:30:04,970 --> 00:30:07,055 I'm sorry, I, um... 542 00:30:07,139 --> 00:30:11,101 My dad had an... an episode, and I was home helping out with that. 543 00:30:11,184 --> 00:30:13,854 I'm so sorry to hear that. Is that related to his MS? 544 00:30:15,564 --> 00:30:18,275 Uh... yeah. 545 00:30:18,358 --> 00:30:20,118 We didn't know anything about this incident. 546 00:30:20,193 --> 00:30:22,487 Did you reach out to any Circlers during this crisis? 547 00:30:22,571 --> 00:30:26,783 - Annie? Anybody? - Uh, no. I... No. 548 00:30:26,867 --> 00:30:30,912 Mae, there are four groups here for staffers dealing with MS, 549 00:30:30,996 --> 00:30:33,081 two of them for children of MS patients. 550 00:30:33,165 --> 00:30:35,417 Have you sought out a group? 551 00:30:35,500 --> 00:30:38,045 - I didn't know. - Okay. 552 00:30:38,128 --> 00:30:42,215 Can you... talk about what you did the rest of the weekend? 553 00:30:42,299 --> 00:30:44,885 Nothing, really. I just... I kayaked. 554 00:30:44,968 --> 00:30:48,138 You kayaked? With who? 555 00:30:48,221 --> 00:30:50,807 Nobody. Just on my own. 556 00:30:50,891 --> 00:30:52,392 I kayak. 557 00:30:52,476 --> 00:30:53,703 We could have kayaked together. 558 00:30:53,727 --> 00:30:58,774 Nothing on your profile about kayaking, no smiles, no ratings, no posts. 559 00:30:58,857 --> 00:31:03,278 I'm no psychologist, but this behavior sometimes stems from low self-worth. 560 00:31:03,362 --> 00:31:07,866 This is what participation is all about, bringing you, lifting you up. 561 00:31:07,949 --> 00:31:11,203 Thus, your participation window. 562 00:31:11,286 --> 00:31:14,790 I can't believe you've been here this long without being on the main social feed. 563 00:31:14,873 --> 00:31:17,000 You're about to have your world rocked. 564 00:31:18,085 --> 00:31:20,045 See, these are all of last week's messages. 565 00:31:20,128 --> 00:31:21,755 That's why there's so many. 566 00:31:21,838 --> 00:31:24,841 - [stammers] Eight thousand? - Mm-hm. 567 00:31:24,925 --> 00:31:28,345 Looks like you have a lot of catching up to do here. A feast! 568 00:31:28,428 --> 00:31:29,971 - [chuckles] - Have fun. 569 00:31:31,473 --> 00:31:33,308 Oh, forgot one more thing. 570 00:31:33,392 --> 00:31:37,229 This is your participation rank. Party rank for short. 571 00:31:37,312 --> 00:31:41,358 Some people here call it the popularity rank, but it's not really that. 572 00:31:41,441 --> 00:31:43,360 It's just an algorithm-generated number 573 00:31:43,443 --> 00:31:46,363 that takes into account all your activity in the inner circle. 574 00:31:46,446 --> 00:31:47,446 That makes sense? 575 00:31:48,365 --> 00:31:51,910 - I think so. - Okay. And again, it's just for fun. 576 00:31:51,993 --> 00:31:53,954 - It's just for fun! - Okay, bye. 577 00:31:54,037 --> 00:31:55,037 [laughs] 578 00:31:57,249 --> 00:31:59,668 [man] Um, I think it's for Tuesday next week? 579 00:31:59,751 --> 00:32:01,420 [woman] Is that in Building 74 or...? 580 00:32:01,503 --> 00:32:03,743 - [man] Uh, no. It's actually off campus. - [woman] Okay. 581 00:32:12,013 --> 00:32:14,015 [types] 582 00:32:44,087 --> 00:32:45,087 [Mom] It's been a month. 583 00:32:45,130 --> 00:32:47,883 When are you coming home? We miss you. 584 00:32:47,966 --> 00:32:49,676 I can't. You know. 585 00:32:49,759 --> 00:32:52,637 How's the dorm? Do you have to clean your own room? 586 00:32:52,721 --> 00:32:55,015 - We have people that do that. - Ooh, thank God. 587 00:32:55,098 --> 00:32:57,184 How's Dad? 588 00:32:57,267 --> 00:33:00,228 He's okay. He... he fell yesterday. 589 00:33:00,312 --> 00:33:03,815 And I couldn't lift him up, but thank God Mercer came by. 590 00:33:03,899 --> 00:33:05,108 He's stronger than I thought. 591 00:33:06,818 --> 00:33:07,819 I'm sorry. 592 00:33:08,904 --> 00:33:10,030 I should have been there. 593 00:33:18,497 --> 00:33:19,581 Is that one of his? 594 00:33:20,582 --> 00:33:24,419 - Yeah. I think it's his best work. - It's awesome. 595 00:33:24,503 --> 00:33:25,504 [camera clicks] 596 00:33:26,755 --> 00:33:30,050 I gotta go, Mom. I love you. 597 00:33:30,133 --> 00:33:32,219 - Okay, well, bye. Bye. - Bye. 598 00:33:38,350 --> 00:33:42,521 [types] 599 00:33:48,193 --> 00:33:51,821 I'm so sorry about last week. I've been up my own ass. 600 00:33:51,905 --> 00:33:53,758 [chuckles] And I didn't mean to be a shitty friend. 601 00:33:53,782 --> 00:33:56,243 It's okay. Where are we going? 602 00:33:56,326 --> 00:33:58,787 Listen, I've been looking into your parents' situation, 603 00:33:58,870 --> 00:34:01,831 and I think... I have an idea. 604 00:34:01,915 --> 00:34:03,750 All right? Yeah? 605 00:34:03,833 --> 00:34:05,001 - Hi. - [woman] Hi. 606 00:34:05,085 --> 00:34:08,880 - This is Jessica. This is Mae. - Hello, Mae, how are you? 607 00:34:08,964 --> 00:34:11,508 I understand you haven't done your medical intake yet. 608 00:34:11,591 --> 00:34:13,843 - No. - Can you drink this for me? 609 00:34:19,015 --> 00:34:20,308 All of it, if you can. 610 00:34:25,146 --> 00:34:28,942 - I told you about Mae's dad's... - [Jessica] Mm-hm, multiple sclerosis. 611 00:34:29,025 --> 00:34:32,070 I did my post doc on MS. Love to get some real time data. 612 00:34:33,363 --> 00:34:34,406 Here you go. 613 00:34:35,448 --> 00:34:36,448 Okay. 614 00:34:38,118 --> 00:34:40,412 - How does this feel? - Warm. 615 00:34:42,372 --> 00:34:44,791 - Is this for free? - [laughs] 616 00:34:44,874 --> 00:34:46,710 Of course. You get to keep it. 617 00:34:46,793 --> 00:34:48,628 So, it's going to feel warm for a few days, 618 00:34:48,712 --> 00:34:51,006 then you and the media band will get used to each other, 619 00:34:51,089 --> 00:34:54,092 but it has to touch the skin to work. 620 00:34:54,175 --> 00:34:56,845 Waterproof. No need to take it off. 621 00:34:56,928 --> 00:34:58,555 Let's activate it, shall we? 622 00:35:00,432 --> 00:35:01,266 Is that the...? 623 00:35:01,349 --> 00:35:04,769 Well, it's syncing up with the sensor you ingested a second ago. 624 00:35:08,189 --> 00:35:09,941 - And now... - [computer beeps] 625 00:35:10,025 --> 00:35:12,265 - Let's have you walk around the room. - [system beeping] 626 00:35:16,531 --> 00:35:17,531 Briskly. 627 00:35:19,326 --> 00:35:22,662 It'll collect data on your heart rate, blood pressure, cholesterol, 628 00:35:22,746 --> 00:35:28,460 sleep duration, sleep quality, digestive efficiency, on and on. 629 00:35:28,543 --> 00:35:31,338 And all that data is stored in the Cloud and in your tablet, 630 00:35:31,421 --> 00:35:34,924 anywhere you want, and of course, it's all collated with the rest of the Circle. 631 00:35:36,092 --> 00:35:37,612 You'd be amazed at the patterns we see 632 00:35:37,636 --> 00:35:40,263 and the problems we can avoid when we have all that data. 633 00:35:40,347 --> 00:35:42,742 Speaking of which, I was thinking it would make sense for... 634 00:35:42,766 --> 00:35:45,477 [clears throat] Mae's folks to come on the Circle health plan. 635 00:35:45,560 --> 00:35:47,187 Uh, wait, what? 636 00:35:47,270 --> 00:35:49,749 [Jessica] Wouldn't be the first time, and I'd really like to get 637 00:35:49,773 --> 00:35:50,982 real time data from your dad. 638 00:35:51,066 --> 00:35:52,400 - [pats chair] - Sit back down. 639 00:35:52,484 --> 00:35:54,194 Can you get in touch with HR, 640 00:35:54,277 --> 00:35:55,421 - clear it with them? - [Annie] Yep. 641 00:35:55,445 --> 00:35:57,155 - Tell them I say it's a go. - Absolutely. 642 00:35:58,990 --> 00:36:01,409 We'll send someone out to set them up, okay? 643 00:36:03,536 --> 00:36:05,622 [Mom] Honey, this is gonna save our lives. 644 00:36:05,705 --> 00:36:09,292 - Thank you. And thank Annie too. - [chuckles] They thank you. 645 00:36:09,376 --> 00:36:10,877 - Aw. - [laughs] 646 00:36:10,960 --> 00:36:13,380 This is amazing. Call you later, okay? 647 00:36:13,463 --> 00:36:16,299 Okay. I gotta go. Big event here on campus. 648 00:36:16,383 --> 00:36:17,550 - Exciting. - I know. 649 00:36:17,634 --> 00:36:19,427 - I love you. - I love you, too. 650 00:36:19,511 --> 00:36:21,888 - Bye, Mom! - [laughs] Bye. 651 00:36:23,348 --> 00:36:26,935 - [sobs] Thank you. - Oh. You're welcome. 652 00:36:28,853 --> 00:36:31,022 All right. You okay? 653 00:36:31,106 --> 00:36:33,316 - [both laughing] - Okay. Come on. 654 00:36:35,819 --> 00:36:39,239 [crowd cheering, applauding] 655 00:36:40,532 --> 00:36:44,911 [Tom] Openness is something we advocate here at the Circle. 656 00:36:45,954 --> 00:36:46,955 We live it. 657 00:36:47,038 --> 00:36:50,792 We demonstrate our commitment to openness every day. 658 00:36:52,377 --> 00:36:55,547 Our government, not so much. 659 00:36:55,630 --> 00:36:59,426 We expect openness, and we get obfuscation. 660 00:36:59,509 --> 00:37:01,302 We get doublespeak. 661 00:37:01,386 --> 00:37:06,850 No wonder Congress' approval rating is currently at 11 percent. 662 00:37:06,933 --> 00:37:08,435 [crowd murmuring] 663 00:37:08,518 --> 00:37:11,646 Now, I'm sure a lot of you have heard about a certain senator 664 00:37:11,730 --> 00:37:17,819 who it was revealed has been involved in some... very unsavory business. 665 00:37:18,862 --> 00:37:23,241 What are we to learn from this? We need accountability. 666 00:37:23,324 --> 00:37:25,410 We need openness. 667 00:37:25,493 --> 00:37:29,080 We need to know what the people who represent us 668 00:37:29,164 --> 00:37:32,792 are doing with their time on our dime. 669 00:37:32,876 --> 00:37:34,919 [crowd applauding] 670 00:37:35,003 --> 00:37:36,713 To serve us better. 671 00:37:36,796 --> 00:37:38,381 Well, I'm happy to report 672 00:37:38,465 --> 00:37:43,678 that there's a woman who is taking all of this very seriously 673 00:37:43,762 --> 00:37:48,767 and is taking some pretty dramatic steps to address the problem. 674 00:37:48,850 --> 00:37:51,770 So please join me in welcoming 675 00:37:51,853 --> 00:37:55,523 Olivia Santos, Congresswoman for District 14. 676 00:37:55,607 --> 00:37:57,275 [crowd applauding] 677 00:37:59,986 --> 00:38:01,106 [Santos] That's right, Tom. 678 00:38:02,071 --> 00:38:06,075 I am as concerned as you are about the need for citizens to know 679 00:38:06,159 --> 00:38:09,162 what their elected leaders are doing. 680 00:38:09,245 --> 00:38:15,293 So I intend to show exactly how democracy can and should be. 681 00:38:20,256 --> 00:38:23,635 Starting today, my every meeting, 682 00:38:23,718 --> 00:38:28,431 my every phone call and e-mail will be accessible 683 00:38:28,515 --> 00:38:32,185 to my constituents and to the world. 684 00:38:35,522 --> 00:38:37,899 - In real time! - [crowd cheering] 685 00:38:37,982 --> 00:38:43,613 It will all be on my True You page. That's right. Thank you, thank you. 686 00:38:43,696 --> 00:38:46,950 [Tom] Goodbye, backroom deals. Goodbye, shady lobbyists. 687 00:38:47,033 --> 00:38:51,538 Hello, democracy. Open and accountable! 688 00:38:51,621 --> 00:38:53,206 [Santos] That's right. That's a fact! 689 00:38:54,916 --> 00:38:58,253 - [woman] Where do you work? - [Mae] I work in customer experience. 690 00:38:58,336 --> 00:39:01,548 I started in CE, too. A lot of us did. 691 00:39:01,631 --> 00:39:03,550 Cool. Where do you work now? 692 00:39:03,633 --> 00:39:06,469 Biometrics, iris scanning, facial recognition. 693 00:39:06,553 --> 00:39:09,222 Right now, I'm working on Child Track. 694 00:39:09,305 --> 00:39:12,225 The program protects children from predators. 695 00:39:12,308 --> 00:39:15,186 The second a kid isn't where they're supposed to be, an alert goes off 696 00:39:15,270 --> 00:39:17,772 and the kid can be tracked down within 90 seconds. 697 00:39:17,856 --> 00:39:22,068 - Wow. Do they wear a bracelet or...? - We place chips in the bone. 698 00:39:22,151 --> 00:39:23,820 [laughs] 699 00:39:26,406 --> 00:39:27,407 Uh, you're... 700 00:39:29,909 --> 00:39:31,327 You're serious? 701 00:39:31,411 --> 00:39:35,582 I'm serious about immediately reducing kidnapping, rape, and murder 702 00:39:35,665 --> 00:39:37,166 by 99 percent. 703 00:39:40,587 --> 00:39:41,856 I think I'm going to get a drink. 704 00:39:41,880 --> 00:39:43,339 - But... - Oh. 705 00:39:43,423 --> 00:39:45,884 - It was nice to meet you. - Nice to meet you. 706 00:39:45,967 --> 00:39:47,969 ["Assiyo Bellema" playing] 707 00:39:52,307 --> 00:39:54,100 - Hey. - Hey, check your e-mail 708 00:39:54,183 --> 00:39:57,645 - 'cause I sent you an invite. - Awesome. Thank you. All right. 709 00:39:57,729 --> 00:39:59,772 - Yeah, good to see you. - You too. 710 00:39:59,856 --> 00:40:01,524 - Hi, Mae! How's it going? - Hey. 711 00:40:01,608 --> 00:40:03,192 - You having fun? - Yeah, you? 712 00:40:03,276 --> 00:40:04,277 [chuckles] Yeah. 713 00:40:25,465 --> 00:40:29,177 ["18th" playing] 714 00:40:37,185 --> 00:40:39,020 - Hey. - Hey. 715 00:40:43,441 --> 00:40:45,944 So, what did you think about the whole presentation? 716 00:40:46,027 --> 00:40:47,654 - The Santos thing? - Yeah. 717 00:40:49,656 --> 00:40:52,784 It's exciting. It's a... 718 00:40:52,867 --> 00:40:56,579 - Momentous moment in the history of... - Okay, what did you really think? 719 00:40:56,663 --> 00:40:57,664 [sighs] 720 00:41:01,793 --> 00:41:03,920 I thought it was a bit much. 721 00:41:04,003 --> 00:41:05,523 - Just a little bit. - [both chuckling] 722 00:41:07,590 --> 00:41:09,092 So where does all the data go? 723 00:41:09,175 --> 00:41:12,512 Is it stored somewhere? In the Cloud? 724 00:41:13,554 --> 00:41:15,014 There's a physical place, too. 725 00:41:18,685 --> 00:41:19,978 Do you wanna see something? 726 00:41:31,155 --> 00:41:32,156 [scanner beeps] 727 00:41:35,201 --> 00:41:36,201 [beeps] 728 00:41:42,166 --> 00:41:46,087 So you're gonna have to leave your stuff outside before you go in. 729 00:41:46,170 --> 00:41:48,548 Just because you're not supposed to... you know. 730 00:41:53,970 --> 00:41:58,975 So I'm just going to have to take... this. And this. 731 00:41:59,058 --> 00:42:00,059 [door lock clicking] 732 00:42:04,480 --> 00:42:05,481 [Mae sighs] 733 00:42:11,654 --> 00:42:12,798 I want to thank you already for this. 734 00:42:12,822 --> 00:42:15,908 I love following strangers down dark corridors. 735 00:42:15,992 --> 00:42:19,287 - This is the best. - Almost there. 736 00:42:19,370 --> 00:42:20,371 [scanner beeps] 737 00:42:25,585 --> 00:42:30,214 This holds Congresswoman Santos, every second of her from now on. 738 00:42:31,799 --> 00:42:33,634 And this will be the next one. 739 00:42:35,511 --> 00:42:38,431 - Just these? - Oh, no. There's more. 740 00:42:42,143 --> 00:42:43,269 What is this? 741 00:42:43,352 --> 00:42:46,606 Well, it was supposed to be a part of a subway but they abandoned it. 742 00:42:47,982 --> 00:42:50,443 - Where does it go? - It connects to the bay. 743 00:42:50,526 --> 00:42:54,614 But I've traveled about a half a mile into it, gets too wet. 744 00:42:55,615 --> 00:42:58,451 [water dripping] 745 00:42:58,534 --> 00:43:00,495 And that's where the rest of it will be. 746 00:43:01,788 --> 00:43:04,540 - The rest of what? - The rest of it all. 747 00:43:06,000 --> 00:43:08,086 Santos is just the start. 748 00:43:09,212 --> 00:43:12,465 The plan is everything recorded, seen, broadcast, 749 00:43:12,548 --> 00:43:16,552 all of it stored, analyzed, available to the Circle in any way. 750 00:43:18,179 --> 00:43:19,579 You did your health intake, right? 751 00:43:20,807 --> 00:43:22,391 - Yeah. - See, right? Look. 752 00:43:22,475 --> 00:43:25,853 Every step, every breath, all of it stored. 753 00:43:27,522 --> 00:43:29,232 They can use it however they see fit. 754 00:43:29,315 --> 00:43:30,858 We're being studied. 755 00:43:30,942 --> 00:43:34,487 Everyone's data in the Circle is being studied, monetized. 756 00:43:34,570 --> 00:43:36,030 It is voluntary. 757 00:43:37,198 --> 00:43:40,493 And isn't that the whole point? Having everything in one place? 758 00:43:42,161 --> 00:43:44,247 I mean, that's True You. 759 00:43:44,330 --> 00:43:47,959 That's not why I invented True You. Not even close. 760 00:43:48,042 --> 00:43:49,794 Ty Lafitte invented True You. 761 00:43:51,337 --> 00:43:52,964 Yeah. 762 00:43:53,047 --> 00:43:54,047 I'm Ty. 763 00:43:56,050 --> 00:43:57,260 No, you're not. 764 00:43:57,343 --> 00:44:00,012 Ty Lafitte has been off the grid for years. 765 00:44:02,640 --> 00:44:05,643 - Oh, my God. - [Ty sighs] 766 00:44:05,726 --> 00:44:06,726 I'm Ty. 767 00:44:07,562 --> 00:44:09,480 Why the low profile? 768 00:44:09,564 --> 00:44:12,358 I just wanted to move through this world like a normal person. 769 00:44:12,441 --> 00:44:14,944 I didn't wanna be watched every second. 770 00:44:15,027 --> 00:44:17,196 But I do spend a lot of time here. 771 00:44:17,280 --> 00:44:20,408 It's easier. I don't have to deal with Stenton and Bailey. 772 00:44:20,491 --> 00:44:24,745 Not that I'm privy to their conversations in their little sanctum. 773 00:44:24,829 --> 00:44:29,208 Holy shit. I'm in a cave with Ty Lafitte. 774 00:44:29,292 --> 00:44:35,423 Wait, hold on. So when we met, you didn't know who I was? 775 00:44:35,506 --> 00:44:38,259 You never told me your name. 776 00:44:38,342 --> 00:44:40,386 And after a while, it was just weird to ask. 777 00:44:40,469 --> 00:44:42,096 [chuckles] 778 00:44:42,180 --> 00:44:46,517 I knew I could trust you when I met you. I don't know, I just thought to myself, 779 00:44:46,601 --> 00:44:48,801 this girl, she doesn't have a cynical bone in her body. 780 00:44:49,770 --> 00:44:51,480 Reminds me of how I used to be. 781 00:44:52,481 --> 00:44:55,151 Listen, you can't tell anyone that you were here. 782 00:44:55,234 --> 00:44:56,474 Okay? That I brought you here. 783 00:44:57,486 --> 00:44:58,487 Okay. 784 00:44:58,571 --> 00:45:02,909 Things at the Circle, they need to change. 785 00:45:02,992 --> 00:45:05,202 Like what? Connecting the world? 786 00:45:06,495 --> 00:45:08,331 Insuring my parents? 787 00:45:08,414 --> 00:45:11,000 You should be really proud of what you created. 788 00:45:11,083 --> 00:45:13,085 Look, proud? Proud of what? 789 00:45:13,169 --> 00:45:16,380 The disregard for privacy, the use of personal data 790 00:45:16,464 --> 00:45:18,925 for the accumulation of wealth and control? 791 00:45:19,008 --> 00:45:20,927 I'm not proud. This is not what I created. 792 00:45:21,010 --> 00:45:22,988 Do you think Senator Williamson being investigated 793 00:45:23,012 --> 00:45:25,097 by the FBI is just a coincidence? 794 00:45:25,181 --> 00:45:27,075 We can't be seen together, and you have to promise me. 795 00:45:27,099 --> 00:45:28,899 You can't tell anyone that we were down here. 796 00:45:38,277 --> 00:45:39,737 [cell phone buzzes] 797 00:45:43,157 --> 00:45:44,241 Hello? 798 00:45:44,325 --> 00:45:46,494 [woman] Mae, you have a visitor here to see you. 799 00:45:46,577 --> 00:45:47,745 In the lobby? 800 00:45:50,831 --> 00:45:53,751 [indistinct chattering] 801 00:45:53,834 --> 00:45:55,586 - Hey. - Hey. 802 00:45:55,670 --> 00:45:58,714 - Are you okay? - No, I'm really not okay. 803 00:45:59,799 --> 00:46:01,968 Why didn't you call, send a text? 804 00:46:02,051 --> 00:46:05,513 Because I wanted to see you in person. I wanted to look you in the eyes. 805 00:46:07,056 --> 00:46:08,140 Okay. 806 00:46:08,224 --> 00:46:13,980 - Um, I'll sign you in. - No, just wait, I... 807 00:46:14,063 --> 00:46:17,733 - The stuff you posted about my work. - Your chandeliers? 808 00:46:17,817 --> 00:46:20,987 Yeah. [stammers] I know you meant well, but... 809 00:46:21,070 --> 00:46:23,489 What's the problem? I thought I saw good stuff going up. 810 00:46:23,572 --> 00:46:25,491 They started calling me a deer killer. 811 00:46:26,492 --> 00:46:29,245 And then there's a campaign to shut me down. 812 00:46:29,328 --> 00:46:31,747 I wasn't even online. I was working. 813 00:46:31,831 --> 00:46:34,625 And when I checked my e-mail, there were death threats. 814 00:46:38,713 --> 00:46:39,755 I'm sorry. 815 00:46:39,839 --> 00:46:41,173 Death threats, Mae. 816 00:46:41,257 --> 00:46:43,092 Obviously, I never meant for this to happen. 817 00:46:43,175 --> 00:46:45,469 But I... I can fix it. 818 00:46:45,553 --> 00:46:46,554 [Mercer scoffs] 819 00:46:49,849 --> 00:46:51,559 Mae. 820 00:46:51,642 --> 00:46:52,642 Mae. 821 00:46:53,978 --> 00:46:55,062 Will you listen to me? 822 00:46:56,355 --> 00:46:57,231 I can't do this. 823 00:46:57,314 --> 00:47:00,776 I can't be a part of this world that you're creating. 824 00:47:00,860 --> 00:47:01,986 What are you talking about? 825 00:47:02,069 --> 00:47:04,155 Jesus Christ, look at these people! 826 00:47:04,238 --> 00:47:05,865 Does this really seem okay to you? 827 00:47:05,948 --> 00:47:07,676 Why don't you go kill some more deer, Mercer? 828 00:47:07,700 --> 00:47:10,703 I never killed any deer. I don't kill deer. 829 00:47:10,786 --> 00:47:14,248 Mercer, look, let's not do this here. 830 00:47:14,331 --> 00:47:15,875 Let's go upstairs. 831 00:47:15,958 --> 00:47:18,335 - I'll figure it out. - Do you ever leave this place, Mae? 832 00:47:19,920 --> 00:47:23,674 We used to go on adventures and have fun and see things, 833 00:47:23,758 --> 00:47:26,218 and you were brave and excited. 834 00:47:28,054 --> 00:47:30,347 And now it's all filtered through this. 835 00:47:36,812 --> 00:47:38,022 Bye. 836 00:47:45,362 --> 00:47:47,364 [sirens wailing] 837 00:48:05,549 --> 00:48:07,301 [sighs] 838 00:48:21,899 --> 00:48:23,567 [dog barking] 839 00:49:45,357 --> 00:49:47,318 [Mae pants] 840 00:50:06,170 --> 00:50:07,610 - [ship horn blaring] - [Mae shrieks] 841 00:50:14,803 --> 00:50:16,096 [screaming] 842 00:50:16,180 --> 00:50:17,181 [grunts] 843 00:50:25,856 --> 00:50:27,524 [sobs] 844 00:50:30,736 --> 00:50:34,073 [helicopter propeller whirring] 845 00:50:44,500 --> 00:50:46,001 I can't believe I was so stupid. 846 00:50:48,003 --> 00:50:49,689 I'm so lucky that you guys were around here. 847 00:50:49,713 --> 00:50:51,382 Luck? Hell. 848 00:50:51,465 --> 00:50:53,884 SeeChange cameras saved your life. 849 00:50:53,968 --> 00:50:55,427 A cop saw you go through the fence, 850 00:50:55,511 --> 00:50:57,888 and then we got a call from someone watching the seals. 851 00:51:04,353 --> 00:51:05,938 [Eamon] So, Mae, how do you feel? 852 00:51:08,315 --> 00:51:09,817 [glass clinks] 853 00:51:09,900 --> 00:51:10,900 [Mae] Ashamed. 854 00:51:10,943 --> 00:51:13,654 I... I barely slept. 855 00:51:13,737 --> 00:51:16,365 Well, I'm just glad you're safe. We all are. 856 00:51:17,408 --> 00:51:19,910 And everyone who watched your adventure online. 857 00:51:19,994 --> 00:51:22,413 I hope your folks weren't too worried. 858 00:51:22,496 --> 00:51:23,539 They're doing okay. 859 00:51:25,124 --> 00:51:27,251 I understand your father's condition has improved. 860 00:51:28,585 --> 00:51:29,837 Very much. 861 00:51:34,174 --> 00:51:35,175 Mr. Bailey... 862 00:51:36,176 --> 00:51:38,679 I want to say how much I value my position here... 863 00:51:40,681 --> 00:51:42,349 and what you've done for my family. 864 00:51:42,433 --> 00:51:46,020 Mae, you're a valued part of the Circle, and you're family. 865 00:51:46,103 --> 00:51:48,564 And we care about everybody you care about. 866 00:51:49,732 --> 00:51:53,319 You know, this incident has actually shown a lot of people 867 00:51:53,402 --> 00:51:54,611 the necessity for SeeChange. 868 00:51:56,155 --> 00:51:58,532 I'm so glad those cameras were there. 869 00:51:58,615 --> 00:52:00,093 I wish you would've known there was a camera there 870 00:52:00,117 --> 00:52:02,369 before you swiped that kayak, but... [chuckles] 871 00:52:04,997 --> 00:52:08,292 Mae, Tom and I want to talk you about an idea, but before we do, 872 00:52:10,336 --> 00:52:12,046 is there anything you want to tell us? 873 00:52:16,717 --> 00:52:18,927 That I've been here before? 874 00:52:19,011 --> 00:52:22,097 It's only our lies that get us in trouble, the things we hide. 875 00:52:23,682 --> 00:52:26,101 Of course I know you've been in here before. 876 00:52:26,185 --> 00:52:28,020 [laughter] 877 00:52:28,103 --> 00:52:30,856 And now that I know your secret, do you feel better or worse? 878 00:52:35,569 --> 00:52:37,446 Better. 879 00:52:37,529 --> 00:52:38,655 Relieved, actually. 880 00:52:40,491 --> 00:52:43,952 I am a believer in the perfectibility of human beings. 881 00:52:44,036 --> 00:52:47,664 When we are our best selves, the possibilities are endless. 882 00:52:47,748 --> 00:52:49,792 There isn't a problem that we cannot solve. 883 00:52:49,875 --> 00:52:53,629 We can cure any disease and we can end hunger, and... 884 00:52:55,339 --> 00:52:59,927 Without secrets, without the hoarding of knowledge and information, 885 00:53:00,010 --> 00:53:02,805 we can finally realize our potential. 886 00:53:02,888 --> 00:53:05,766 [audience cheering, applauding] 887 00:53:05,849 --> 00:53:08,102 [Eamon] This is a special Dream Friday. 888 00:53:08,185 --> 00:53:13,399 I thought I'd change it up a bit today and not have a speech but an interview. 889 00:53:14,525 --> 00:53:16,902 I had a conversation with a young Circler the other day 890 00:53:16,985 --> 00:53:18,487 that I wanted to share with you. 891 00:53:19,488 --> 00:53:22,825 I've asked Mae Holland, who some of you might know 892 00:53:22,908 --> 00:53:26,412 as one of our new guppies in customer experience, to join me today. 893 00:53:26,495 --> 00:53:30,666 Mae's only been with us for a few months but she has made quite an impression. 894 00:53:30,749 --> 00:53:33,085 Let's bring her out. Mae Holland! 895 00:53:33,168 --> 00:53:35,212 [crowd applauding] 896 00:53:43,554 --> 00:53:45,431 [Eamon] Well, hi, Mae, how are you? 897 00:53:45,514 --> 00:53:46,515 - Terrified. - Mm. 898 00:53:46,598 --> 00:53:48,058 - Don't be nervous. - [laughter] 899 00:53:48,142 --> 00:53:50,102 - Easy for you to say. - [laughter] 900 00:53:51,395 --> 00:53:53,021 All right, Mae, we have all seen 901 00:53:53,105 --> 00:53:54,825 the SeeChange footage from the other night, 902 00:53:54,898 --> 00:53:57,109 but please describe what happened for us. 903 00:53:58,777 --> 00:54:00,112 I committed a crime. 904 00:54:01,363 --> 00:54:04,867 I borrowed a kayak without the owner's knowledge, 905 00:54:04,950 --> 00:54:06,470 paddled out to the middle of the bay, 906 00:54:07,828 --> 00:54:10,497 and I wasn't wearing a life jacket. 907 00:54:10,581 --> 00:54:14,918 Well, I'm not sure that's exactly a capital offense, 908 00:54:15,002 --> 00:54:17,129 but you did risk your own life. 909 00:54:18,380 --> 00:54:20,716 So, Mae, do you think you behave better or worse 910 00:54:20,799 --> 00:54:23,635 - when you are being watched? - Better. 911 00:54:25,220 --> 00:54:26,763 Without a doubt. 912 00:54:26,847 --> 00:54:29,600 And what happens when you're alone and unobserved? 913 00:54:30,684 --> 00:54:32,561 Well, for starters, I steal kayaks. 914 00:54:32,644 --> 00:54:34,062 [laughter] 915 00:54:34,146 --> 00:54:36,398 Jesus. She's a natural. 916 00:54:36,482 --> 00:54:40,611 Seriously. I do things I don't wanna do. 917 00:54:41,904 --> 00:54:43,238 I lie. 918 00:54:43,322 --> 00:54:45,258 When we spoke the other day, you had a way of putting it 919 00:54:45,282 --> 00:54:46,926 that I thought was very interesting and succinct. 920 00:54:46,950 --> 00:54:48,660 Could you tell us all what you said? 921 00:54:50,537 --> 00:54:52,664 I said that secrets are lies. 922 00:54:53,874 --> 00:54:55,250 Secrets are lies. 923 00:54:57,211 --> 00:54:58,211 Go on. 924 00:54:59,379 --> 00:55:04,635 Secrets are what make crimes possible. 925 00:55:04,718 --> 00:55:07,513 We behave worse when we're not accountable. 926 00:55:08,931 --> 00:55:11,308 I was my worst self 927 00:55:11,391 --> 00:55:13,977 because I didn't think anyone was watching. 928 00:55:15,604 --> 00:55:16,604 I thought... 929 00:55:18,190 --> 00:55:19,191 that I was alone. 930 00:55:20,317 --> 00:55:24,071 So, what did you see on this kayaking trip, Mae? 931 00:55:24,154 --> 00:55:26,365 - Was it beautiful? - [Mae] It was. 932 00:55:27,533 --> 00:55:29,243 There was almost a full moon. 933 00:55:30,369 --> 00:55:31,620 And it felt like... 934 00:55:33,664 --> 00:55:37,084 it felt like I was paddling through liquid silver. 935 00:55:37,167 --> 00:55:39,670 Hmm, sounds incredible. 936 00:55:40,754 --> 00:55:42,839 But there's no record of any of it. 937 00:55:42,923 --> 00:55:44,925 - Not outside my own memory. - Hmm. 938 00:55:45,008 --> 00:55:46,760 [crowd murmuring] 939 00:55:48,011 --> 00:55:49,388 Okay. 940 00:55:49,471 --> 00:55:51,932 So now here we get into something personal. 941 00:55:52,015 --> 00:55:56,144 As you know, I have a son, Gunner, 942 00:55:57,229 --> 00:55:59,606 who was born with cerebral palsy. 943 00:55:59,690 --> 00:56:01,775 And though he's living a very full life 944 00:56:01,858 --> 00:56:04,820 and we're always trying to improve his opportunities, 945 00:56:04,903 --> 00:56:07,948 he is confined to a wheelchair. 946 00:56:08,031 --> 00:56:11,034 He can't walk. 947 00:56:11,118 --> 00:56:13,036 He can't run. 948 00:56:13,120 --> 00:56:15,289 He can't go kayaking. 949 00:56:16,498 --> 00:56:20,043 So, what does he do if he wants to experience something like that? 950 00:56:20,127 --> 00:56:22,129 Well, he watches video. 951 00:56:22,212 --> 00:56:23,672 He looks at pictures. 952 00:56:24,881 --> 00:56:29,011 And much of his experiences of the world come through the experience of others. 953 00:56:29,094 --> 00:56:32,723 When he experiences the view of a Circler climbing Mount Kenya, 954 00:56:32,806 --> 00:56:34,933 he feels like he's climbed Mount Kenya. 955 00:56:37,144 --> 00:56:40,606 When he sees firsthand video from an America's Cup crew member, 956 00:56:40,689 --> 00:56:45,777 he feels in some way that he's sailed in the America's Cup too. 957 00:56:45,861 --> 00:56:49,239 And these experiences were facilitated by generous humans 958 00:56:49,323 --> 00:56:52,409 who shared what they saw with the world, my son included, 959 00:56:52,492 --> 00:56:54,971 and there are many others out there that are just like Gunner. 960 00:56:54,995 --> 00:56:57,623 Now does it feel right to have deprived them 961 00:56:57,706 --> 00:56:59,416 of seeing what you saw, Mae? 962 00:57:03,086 --> 00:57:04,087 It doesn't. 963 00:57:07,257 --> 00:57:08,425 It feels very wrong. 964 00:57:11,386 --> 00:57:12,512 It was selfish. 965 00:57:14,389 --> 00:57:19,728 When you deprive others of experiences like the ones I had, 966 00:57:22,606 --> 00:57:24,608 you're essentially stealing from them. 967 00:57:25,651 --> 00:57:30,072 Knowledge is a basic human right. 968 00:57:32,532 --> 00:57:38,914 Access to all possible human experience is a basic human right. 969 00:57:38,997 --> 00:57:41,541 [audience cheering, applauding] 970 00:57:52,302 --> 00:57:55,847 Thank you, Mae, for your candor and your consummate humanity. 971 00:57:55,931 --> 00:57:58,016 Now... now the best part. 972 00:57:58,100 --> 00:58:00,727 In the interest of sharing everything she can with the world, 973 00:58:00,811 --> 00:58:03,522 Mae has, uh... Mae has some news. 974 00:58:07,150 --> 00:58:08,318 From now on... 975 00:58:10,237 --> 00:58:16,952 I'll be wearing a modified SeeChange camera at all times. 976 00:58:19,454 --> 00:58:21,665 I'm going fully transparent. 977 00:58:21,748 --> 00:58:24,584 [audience cheering, applauding] 978 00:58:24,668 --> 00:58:26,712 Well, maybe not in the bathroom. 979 00:58:26,795 --> 00:58:28,672 [laughter] 980 00:58:28,755 --> 00:58:32,259 I'll be starting immediately. 981 00:58:32,342 --> 00:58:33,342 [Eamon] That's right. 982 00:58:35,137 --> 00:58:38,724 Mae will be the first Circler to share every single second 983 00:58:38,807 --> 00:58:41,935 of her work and her personal life with the public, 984 00:58:42,019 --> 00:58:44,312 so let's give her an even bigger hand! 985 00:58:44,396 --> 00:58:47,315 [applause continues] 986 00:58:54,364 --> 00:58:55,615 I'm proud of you. 987 00:59:01,246 --> 00:59:04,041 [all chant] Mae! Mae! Mae! Mae! 988 00:59:04,124 --> 00:59:05,417 Mae! Mae! Mae! Mae! 989 00:59:10,589 --> 00:59:11,590 [alarm clock ringing] 990 00:59:24,061 --> 00:59:25,413 - [camera clicks] - [operator] Hello. 991 00:59:25,437 --> 00:59:27,397 Good morning, everyone. 992 00:59:27,481 --> 00:59:30,692 The sun is shining, and I definitely need my coffee. 993 00:59:31,902 --> 00:59:34,863 We are in my third week of transparency, 994 00:59:34,946 --> 00:59:37,032 and we're up to... 995 00:59:37,115 --> 00:59:41,203 2,308,007 viewers. 996 00:59:41,286 --> 00:59:42,120 Wow. 997 00:59:42,204 --> 00:59:44,372 Did I tell you guys I'm not a morning person? 998 00:59:45,540 --> 00:59:49,252 Okay, among all of those viewers... 999 00:59:50,378 --> 00:59:51,378 are... 1000 00:59:52,214 --> 00:59:54,591 - [Mom] I don't even know what... - Hi, Mom, hi, Dad. 1001 00:59:54,674 --> 00:59:56,510 - Hi! - Hi, Mae. 1002 00:59:56,593 --> 00:59:58,095 Say hello to everyone. 1003 00:59:58,178 --> 01:00:00,222 - [both] Hello, Circle. - [Mae laughs] 1004 01:00:00,305 --> 01:00:02,808 Look. We match. 1005 01:00:02,891 --> 01:00:04,476 - Yeah. - We sure do. 1006 01:00:04,559 --> 01:00:07,020 - These are great. - Very stylish. 1007 01:00:07,104 --> 01:00:09,272 I love you guys. I'll see you later. 1008 01:00:09,356 --> 01:00:11,650 - Love you. Bye. - Love you too, sweetheart. 1009 01:00:17,072 --> 01:00:20,867 - Hello, Circlers. - [all] Hi, Mae. 1010 01:00:20,951 --> 01:00:23,954 So this is where I worked when I first arrived at the Circle, 1011 01:00:24,037 --> 01:00:27,415 and this is where I still work at the Circle. [chuckles] 1012 01:00:27,499 --> 01:00:30,210 Because even though I have you guys looking over my shoulder... 1013 01:00:30,293 --> 01:00:33,588 [sighs] I'm still basically a guppy. 1014 01:00:33,672 --> 01:00:38,426 - [laughs] Go! Do it! - Do it! Do it! Do it! 1015 01:00:38,510 --> 01:00:41,388 - [growls] - Oh, my God! [laughs] 1016 01:00:41,471 --> 01:00:43,658 [man] What are you doing? Tell your own stories, sheep. 1017 01:00:43,682 --> 01:00:46,059 Stop looking at us, sheep! 1018 01:00:46,143 --> 01:00:47,769 All right, that's our scene. 1019 01:00:47,853 --> 01:00:50,605 - [crowd applauding, cheering] - Whoo! 1020 01:00:50,689 --> 01:00:55,110 Sorry about that. Okay, so, next up, we just need the name of a person 1021 01:00:55,193 --> 01:00:59,030 who is historically significant. 1022 01:00:59,114 --> 01:01:02,200 - Mae Holland! [laughs] - Oh, my God! 1023 01:01:02,284 --> 01:01:03,785 Sorry, we don't know who that is. 1024 01:01:03,869 --> 01:01:07,247 - She's nobody, trust me. - [laughter] 1025 01:01:09,499 --> 01:01:11,168 Home sweet home. 1026 01:01:11,251 --> 01:01:13,503 Speaking of which, let's check in with the folks. 1027 01:01:15,839 --> 01:01:18,091 Hey, where are you guys? 1028 01:01:22,971 --> 01:01:23,972 - [moans] - Yeah. 1029 01:01:24,055 --> 01:01:26,975 - Yeah. There you go. - Whoa! Ah! 1030 01:01:27,058 --> 01:01:28,435 Um... [breathing heavily] 1031 01:01:28,518 --> 01:01:30,729 Uh, I hope the engineers are watching, 1032 01:01:30,812 --> 01:01:33,124 because that definitely shouldn't have happened [chuckles] 1033 01:01:33,148 --> 01:01:36,484 and, um, it definitely won't happen again. [laughs] 1034 01:01:36,568 --> 01:01:38,254 - You can trust me there. - [Mae's dad moaning] 1035 01:01:38,278 --> 01:01:39,946 [laughs] 1036 01:01:48,788 --> 01:01:51,166 This is me brushing my teeth. 1037 01:01:51,249 --> 01:01:53,335 If you're enjoying this, I'm worried about you. 1038 01:01:55,378 --> 01:01:56,421 [watch beeps] 1039 01:02:05,805 --> 01:02:06,806 [exhales] 1040 01:02:09,809 --> 01:02:11,269 Good night, everyone. 1041 01:02:12,479 --> 01:02:15,023 I'm not gonna lie, it was a crazy day, 1042 01:02:15,106 --> 01:02:18,193 but I'm happy I had you with me, each and every one of you. 1043 01:03:08,243 --> 01:03:09,744 [Mae] Never a boring day here. 1044 01:03:10,912 --> 01:03:14,040 A lot of you guys have been asking me about this sculpture, 1045 01:03:14,124 --> 01:03:15,417 which is a treat for me. 1046 01:03:15,500 --> 01:03:18,211 I finally get to use my art history degree. 1047 01:03:18,295 --> 01:03:21,172 This was made by an artist who has frequently been in trouble 1048 01:03:21,256 --> 01:03:22,757 in his own country. 1049 01:03:22,841 --> 01:03:26,845 I wanna thank all the watchers who sent frowns to the government there, 1050 01:03:26,928 --> 01:03:29,889 both for their persecution of the artist 1051 01:03:29,973 --> 01:03:32,642 and for their restriction on Internet freedoms. 1052 01:03:32,726 --> 01:03:37,105 We have sent 180 million frowns from the U.S. alone. 1053 01:03:37,188 --> 01:03:40,317 You can bet that's gonna have an effect on the regime. 1054 01:03:42,902 --> 01:03:44,112 Annie. 1055 01:03:44,195 --> 01:03:46,823 [indistinct chattering] 1056 01:03:46,906 --> 01:03:47,907 [Mae] Annie. 1057 01:03:49,409 --> 01:03:50,410 Annie! 1058 01:03:53,830 --> 01:03:54,830 Annie! 1059 01:04:02,172 --> 01:04:03,214 Annie! 1060 01:04:05,258 --> 01:04:07,927 Annie Allerton! [pants] 1061 01:04:18,855 --> 01:04:19,855 Are we alone? 1062 01:04:21,441 --> 01:04:24,736 I have three minutes to use the bathroom without the video on. 1063 01:04:24,819 --> 01:04:26,237 [scoffs] Pervs. 1064 01:04:28,365 --> 01:04:29,532 How are you? [chuckles] 1065 01:04:31,826 --> 01:04:33,536 - Good. - Well... 1066 01:04:33,620 --> 01:04:34,621 you should be good. 1067 01:04:34,704 --> 01:04:35,705 You're killing it. 1068 01:04:36,956 --> 01:04:37,791 Do you think? 1069 01:04:37,874 --> 01:04:39,834 Oh, come on, false modesty won't work here. 1070 01:04:39,918 --> 01:04:40,918 You should be psyched. 1071 01:04:42,128 --> 01:04:43,128 Yeah. 1072 01:04:44,214 --> 01:04:46,257 - I am. - You're a meteor. It's insane. 1073 01:04:46,341 --> 01:04:48,361 People are coming to me trying to get to you. [chuckles] 1074 01:04:48,385 --> 01:04:49,552 It's... crazy. 1075 01:04:51,388 --> 01:04:52,597 How are you really, Annie? 1076 01:04:53,973 --> 01:04:55,058 You look wiped. 1077 01:04:55,141 --> 01:04:58,144 Thanks, Mae. You know how much I like to be told 1078 01:04:58,228 --> 01:05:00,039 right after I appear in front of your millions 1079 01:05:00,063 --> 01:05:02,690 that I look terrible. Thank you, you're sweet. 1080 01:05:02,774 --> 01:05:04,067 Let me take you for dinner. 1081 01:05:06,444 --> 01:05:07,987 [sighs] You gotta eat sometime. 1082 01:05:08,071 --> 01:05:11,533 Your camera and me looking so terrible. That sounds fantastic, but, no. 1083 01:05:11,616 --> 01:05:14,202 I just... [stutters] I'm worried about you. 1084 01:05:14,285 --> 01:05:17,372 - You're working too hard. - You're worried about me? 1085 01:05:17,455 --> 01:05:19,207 You're... I'm worried about the EU, 1086 01:05:19,290 --> 01:05:20,726 but it's good to know you're worried about me. 1087 01:05:20,750 --> 01:05:23,211 - I didn't mean it that way. - Don't worry in any way. 1088 01:05:26,589 --> 01:05:29,509 - I know you can handle it. - Oh, thank you, Mae. 1089 01:05:29,592 --> 01:05:32,178 Your confidence in me will be the wind beneath my wings. 1090 01:05:34,139 --> 01:05:35,139 How are your parents? 1091 01:05:38,726 --> 01:05:39,727 Sorry. 1092 01:05:41,062 --> 01:05:42,105 [exhales] 1093 01:05:42,188 --> 01:05:44,983 They're over that little... episode? 1094 01:05:49,195 --> 01:05:51,865 I haven't heard from them, actually. [sniffs] 1095 01:05:53,783 --> 01:05:55,910 I guess it'll just take some time. 1096 01:05:55,994 --> 01:05:58,121 Sorry, Mae. Shit. 1097 01:06:00,290 --> 01:06:01,291 I'm fried. 1098 01:06:03,460 --> 01:06:05,170 And I have to pull another all-nighter. 1099 01:06:06,754 --> 01:06:08,965 Stenton is on my ass all the time. 1100 01:06:09,048 --> 01:06:12,510 I shouldn't have questioned him about that whole Senator Williamson thing. 1101 01:06:13,595 --> 01:06:17,223 And then... there's all the new work on Completion. 1102 01:06:18,308 --> 01:06:20,143 But I assume Bailey told you about that. 1103 01:06:23,188 --> 01:06:24,898 Of course. 1104 01:06:24,981 --> 01:06:26,274 [Annie] Of course. 1105 01:06:26,357 --> 01:06:28,517 I'll be there at the Concept Kingdom meeting tomorrow. 1106 01:06:28,568 --> 01:06:29,568 What? 1107 01:06:31,571 --> 01:06:34,407 - There's a Concept Kingdom... - I know what it is. But you're going? 1108 01:06:34,491 --> 01:06:39,287 - Yeah. Bailey said I should be there. - And broadcast it? 1109 01:06:41,164 --> 01:06:42,707 - Is that a problem? - No. 1110 01:06:42,790 --> 01:06:45,502 I'm just surprised, that's all. Those meetings are sensitive. 1111 01:06:45,585 --> 01:06:48,671 You know, maybe he's planning on having you attend just the beginning. 1112 01:06:48,755 --> 01:06:51,007 [chuckles] I mean, Mae, you're in over your head. 1113 01:06:53,593 --> 01:06:55,136 [Mae] Are you leaving? 1114 01:06:55,220 --> 01:06:56,554 Yeah. [clears throat] 1115 01:06:57,639 --> 01:07:00,225 I'm really so far behind on everything, I could just die. 1116 01:07:04,187 --> 01:07:05,188 Annie? 1117 01:07:06,856 --> 01:07:08,296 - [camera chimes] - [operator] Hello. 1118 01:07:10,193 --> 01:07:11,193 See ya. 1119 01:07:21,454 --> 01:07:25,875 [Eamon] So here's how many people voted in the last national election. 1120 01:07:25,959 --> 01:07:28,920 Here's how many were eligible to vote. 1121 01:07:31,047 --> 01:07:35,260 And here is how many Americans are registered in the Circle. 1122 01:07:36,844 --> 01:07:38,680 - [laughter] - And there's that guy. 1123 01:07:38,763 --> 01:07:40,890 So now we get down to the meat of today's session, 1124 01:07:40,974 --> 01:07:44,102 something we've discussed with Congresswoman Santos and others. 1125 01:07:45,478 --> 01:07:51,901 What if... your Circle profile automatically registered you to vote? 1126 01:07:53,736 --> 01:07:56,072 With True You, in order to set up a profile, 1127 01:07:56,155 --> 01:07:58,825 you have to be a real person with a real address, 1128 01:07:58,908 --> 01:08:02,537 the complete personal info, real social security number, 1129 01:08:02,620 --> 01:08:04,747 with all the information that the government wants 1130 01:08:04,831 --> 01:08:06,791 when you register to vote. 1131 01:08:06,874 --> 01:08:10,920 So why wouldn't the state consider you already registered 1132 01:08:11,004 --> 01:08:12,630 when you open a Circle account? 1133 01:08:13,715 --> 01:08:15,300 There's no reason. 1134 01:08:15,383 --> 01:08:20,346 Uh, we've got verbal commitments from governors of almost every state, 1135 01:08:20,430 --> 01:08:25,435 and they've agreed to push for legislation that would make your Circle account 1136 01:08:25,518 --> 01:08:28,062 an automatic path to voter registration. 1137 01:08:30,315 --> 01:08:31,315 [man] Bravo. 1138 01:08:34,902 --> 01:08:36,362 I think it's a great idea. 1139 01:08:41,701 --> 01:08:44,162 Well, yes, Mae. 1140 01:08:47,832 --> 01:08:50,084 Why couldn't we take it one step further? 1141 01:08:51,085 --> 01:08:52,462 I mean, I... 1142 01:08:52,545 --> 01:08:56,132 I don't have it completely figured out yet... 1143 01:08:56,215 --> 01:08:59,344 No, no, no, go on, go on, go on. You started really well there. 1144 01:08:59,427 --> 01:09:02,388 I like those words, "one step further." It's how the company was built. 1145 01:09:04,557 --> 01:09:08,519 Okay. Working backwards from your goal... 1146 01:09:08,603 --> 01:09:10,188 Go on. 1147 01:09:10,271 --> 01:09:13,149 We all agree 100 percent participation is what we'd like. 1148 01:09:13,232 --> 01:09:15,735 A hundred percent participation is the ideal. 1149 01:09:15,818 --> 01:09:18,988 That's the idealist's ideal, yes. 1150 01:09:19,072 --> 01:09:23,451 And we already have 83 percent of voting-age Americans 1151 01:09:23,534 --> 01:09:24,952 registered to the Circle. 1152 01:09:25,036 --> 01:09:26,245 Yep. 1153 01:09:26,329 --> 01:09:28,164 And it seems we're on our way 1154 01:09:28,247 --> 01:09:32,460 to users being able to register it and maybe actually vote 1155 01:09:32,543 --> 01:09:33,604 through their Circle account. 1156 01:09:33,628 --> 01:09:38,174 Well, that's a small leap, but... Yes. Okay, go on. 1157 01:09:40,301 --> 01:09:45,431 Why not require every voting-age citizen to have a Circle account? 1158 01:09:45,515 --> 01:09:48,351 - [all murmuring] - Let her finish. Let her finish. 1159 01:09:48,434 --> 01:09:51,813 Okay, I know the initial reaction will be resistance. 1160 01:09:51,896 --> 01:09:55,316 I mean, how can we require anyone to use our services? 1161 01:09:56,401 --> 01:09:58,337 But there are all kinds of things that are mandatory 1162 01:09:58,361 --> 01:09:59,505 for citizens of this country. 1163 01:09:59,529 --> 01:10:01,489 Yep. We have to pay taxes we don't wanna pay. 1164 01:10:01,572 --> 01:10:03,199 And we have to pay for Social Security. 1165 01:10:03,282 --> 01:10:05,952 - We have to serve on juries. - Right. 1166 01:10:06,035 --> 01:10:08,454 And we have to pee indoors, not on the street. [chuckles] 1167 01:10:08,538 --> 01:10:10,832 - We do. We do have to be pee indoors. - She's right. 1168 01:10:10,915 --> 01:10:13,126 I mean, we have thousands of laws. 1169 01:10:13,209 --> 01:10:16,379 We require citizens to do hundreds of things, 1170 01:10:16,462 --> 01:10:19,173 but we don't require them to vote? 1171 01:10:21,050 --> 01:10:24,470 They are already doing this in dozens of countries. 1172 01:10:24,554 --> 01:10:28,975 With the technology we already have, users will already be registered. 1173 01:10:29,058 --> 01:10:34,188 That means you have 241 million voters eligible to vote. 1174 01:10:34,272 --> 01:10:38,818 You have 241 million voters that have to vote. 1175 01:10:41,362 --> 01:10:43,281 You have the full will of the nation. 1176 01:10:43,364 --> 01:10:46,033 - And how exactly do we do that? - Annie. 1177 01:10:47,285 --> 01:10:51,789 Well, you know, it could be something as simple as a zing, 1178 01:10:51,873 --> 01:10:56,210 "Hey, Annie. Remember to take five minutes and vote." 1179 01:10:56,294 --> 01:11:00,506 It's what we would do with our own surveys. You know that. 1180 01:11:00,590 --> 01:11:04,927 - But, Mae, what about stragglers? - We all pay taxes. 1181 01:11:06,554 --> 01:11:08,931 And what, 80 percent of us did that online last year. 1182 01:11:11,309 --> 01:11:14,103 Why not stop duplicating services? 1183 01:11:15,271 --> 01:11:18,566 Why not just make it all part of one unified system? 1184 01:11:18,649 --> 01:11:23,529 You could pay your taxes, vote, pay your parking ticket, 1185 01:11:23,613 --> 01:11:25,823 all through your Circle account. 1186 01:11:25,907 --> 01:11:28,618 We'd save users hundreds of hours of inconvenience. 1187 01:11:28,701 --> 01:11:31,954 - We'd save the government billions. - Hundreds of billions. 1188 01:11:32,038 --> 01:11:34,248 We could eliminate half of it overnight. 1189 01:11:34,332 --> 01:11:36,613 Why wouldn't the government just build a similar service? 1190 01:11:36,667 --> 01:11:37,960 Why the hell does it need us? 1191 01:11:41,005 --> 01:11:44,008 It would cost too much. They don't have the expertise. 1192 01:11:44,091 --> 01:11:47,470 - We already have the infrastructure. - [Eamon] You're absolutely right. 1193 01:11:47,553 --> 01:11:51,891 The government needs us more than we need them. 1194 01:11:51,974 --> 01:11:56,270 Imagine having the full will of the people. 1195 01:11:57,855 --> 01:11:58,898 Instantly. 1196 01:12:01,150 --> 01:12:04,529 You'd have... true democracy 1197 01:12:05,613 --> 01:12:07,865 for the first time in human history. 1198 01:12:09,242 --> 01:12:11,082 - [Annie] This is such bullshit. - [door opens] 1199 01:12:13,371 --> 01:12:14,372 [door closes] 1200 01:12:16,165 --> 01:12:18,668 No voter suppression. You're voting from home. 1201 01:12:18,751 --> 01:12:21,420 Think of the implications for totalitarian regimes. 1202 01:12:21,504 --> 01:12:23,089 No more rigged elections. 1203 01:12:23,172 --> 01:12:25,275 The UN can demand that they're held through the Circle. 1204 01:12:25,299 --> 01:12:28,302 - But only if everyone is heard. - [murmuring] 1205 01:12:28,386 --> 01:12:31,138 Every human on Earth. 1206 01:12:31,222 --> 01:12:33,224 We can take the pulse of the nation, 1207 01:12:33,307 --> 01:12:36,811 everyone in the world in seconds on any subject. 1208 01:12:36,894 --> 01:12:39,063 - It's the only way, right? - Right. 1209 01:12:39,146 --> 01:12:40,398 [all] Yeah! 1210 01:12:43,150 --> 01:12:47,238 So it looks like I've got 20 minutes here. 1211 01:12:47,321 --> 01:12:49,782 Let's try Mom and Dad. 1212 01:12:52,618 --> 01:12:54,179 - [line ringing] - [man 1] Hey, Mae, what's up? 1213 01:12:54,203 --> 01:12:55,204 - Hi. - [laughter] 1214 01:13:01,168 --> 01:13:03,671 - Hey, where have you been? - Mae. 1215 01:13:03,754 --> 01:13:06,924 I've seen your cameras aren't working. I can send Tech out... 1216 01:13:07,008 --> 01:13:09,552 Yeah, we disconnected them. 1217 01:13:09,635 --> 01:13:11,178 - Sweetheart... - [sighs] 1218 01:13:12,346 --> 01:13:15,725 We're sorry, but we, we can't keep doing this. 1219 01:13:15,808 --> 01:13:19,520 It's... Well, it's more than we ever... 1220 01:13:19,604 --> 01:13:22,690 [Mom] You know we love you, and we don't wanna... 1221 01:13:22,773 --> 01:13:27,028 - We love you. We love you. - We have to have our privacy. 1222 01:13:27,111 --> 01:13:30,615 And we're worried you don't realize what you've gotten yourself into. 1223 01:13:30,698 --> 01:13:31,741 I'm so sorry. 1224 01:13:32,867 --> 01:13:34,160 I didn't mean to hurt you. 1225 01:13:34,243 --> 01:13:36,179 - [Dad] It's not you. It's us. - No, we know that. 1226 01:13:36,203 --> 01:13:39,165 - Yeah, it's us. - We just need you to understand that. 1227 01:13:39,248 --> 01:13:40,249 [sighs] 1228 01:13:42,001 --> 01:13:45,129 - I love you. - We love you too. 1229 01:13:45,212 --> 01:13:46,212 Bye, honey. 1230 01:13:47,924 --> 01:13:49,425 [sniffles] 1231 01:13:49,508 --> 01:13:52,269 - [man] You're the one, Mae! - [woman] You're changing the world, Mae! 1232 01:13:59,060 --> 01:14:01,520 [sighs] 1233 01:14:01,604 --> 01:14:03,606 [crowd cheering, applauding] 1234 01:14:04,941 --> 01:14:07,526 [man hooting] 1235 01:14:10,321 --> 01:14:15,034 - Hello, everyone. I'm Mae Holland. - [crowd cheering, applauding] 1236 01:14:18,496 --> 01:14:21,624 [laughs] Okay. 1237 01:14:21,707 --> 01:14:25,336 We've had some good weeks thinking about Completion, 1238 01:14:25,419 --> 01:14:28,589 envisioning a day when everyone is in the Circle, 1239 01:14:28,673 --> 01:14:32,635 when all of humanity is connected and united. 1240 01:14:33,719 --> 01:14:35,388 And it will happen. 1241 01:14:35,471 --> 01:14:37,932 Already, 22 nations have agreed in principle 1242 01:14:38,015 --> 01:14:41,268 to operate their elections through the Circle 1243 01:14:41,352 --> 01:14:46,190 with mandatory participation from all of its citizens. 1244 01:14:46,273 --> 01:14:49,527 [crowd cheering, applauding] 1245 01:14:52,154 --> 01:14:57,702 And when everyone is united, everyone is known, heard, accountable, 1246 01:14:58,953 --> 01:15:00,621 they can be better served. 1247 01:15:00,705 --> 01:15:05,167 But what about the people who aren't part of the Circle, 1248 01:15:05,251 --> 01:15:08,671 who don't want to be woven into the fabric of society 1249 01:15:08,754 --> 01:15:12,383 or worse, want to tear out that fabric? 1250 01:15:13,384 --> 01:15:17,596 I want to introduce Soul Search. 1251 01:15:17,680 --> 01:15:21,642 And we're putting it to the test in front of the entire Circle audience, 1252 01:15:21,726 --> 01:15:25,021 here and globally. 1253 01:15:25,104 --> 01:15:26,105 Do you feel ready? 1254 01:15:26,188 --> 01:15:28,232 - [woman] Hell, yeah! - [all cheering] 1255 01:15:28,315 --> 01:15:29,900 [Tom] You went well so far. 1256 01:15:29,984 --> 01:15:31,068 Great. 1257 01:15:33,612 --> 01:15:38,701 In seconds, the computer will select, at random, a fugitive from justice, 1258 01:15:38,784 --> 01:15:42,204 a proven menace to our global community. 1259 01:15:43,372 --> 01:15:46,375 Our assertion is that whoever he or she is, 1260 01:15:46,459 --> 01:15:50,796 Soul Search will locate them in under 20 minutes. 1261 01:15:50,880 --> 01:15:52,757 - [woman] Wow. - [crowd applauding] 1262 01:15:56,135 --> 01:15:57,762 Let's select that fugitive. 1263 01:15:59,513 --> 01:16:01,098 Okay. 1264 01:16:01,182 --> 01:16:03,768 This is Fiona Highbridge, 1265 01:16:03,851 --> 01:16:06,771 44 years old born in Manchester, England. 1266 01:16:06,854 --> 01:16:10,149 She was convicted of triple murder in 2004. 1267 01:16:10,232 --> 01:16:12,651 She locked her three children in the closet 1268 01:16:13,694 --> 01:16:15,988 and went on holiday to Spain. 1269 01:16:16,072 --> 01:16:18,199 [crowd murmuring] 1270 01:16:18,282 --> 01:16:19,533 They all starved. 1271 01:16:21,327 --> 01:16:23,579 She was sent to prison in England but escaped 1272 01:16:23,662 --> 01:16:26,707 with the help of a guard who she apparently seduced. 1273 01:16:28,375 --> 01:16:32,713 Over a billion people are watching. 1274 01:16:32,797 --> 01:16:34,673 Let's see how many are in the UK. 1275 01:16:36,258 --> 01:16:38,969 Do you all think 14 million Brits 1276 01:16:39,053 --> 01:16:41,764 and a billion global participants worldwide 1277 01:16:41,847 --> 01:16:45,059 can find Fiona Highbridge in under 20 minutes? 1278 01:16:45,142 --> 01:16:46,462 - [crowd cheering] - [woman] Yeah! 1279 01:16:47,853 --> 01:16:49,772 [man] Yeah! 1280 01:16:49,855 --> 01:16:51,899 All right. 1281 01:16:51,982 --> 01:16:53,567 Let's bring up the clock. 1282 01:16:54,568 --> 01:16:56,278 Good. 1283 01:16:56,362 --> 01:16:59,740 - Is everyone ready? - [crowd cheering] 1284 01:16:59,824 --> 01:17:01,200 On your mark... 1285 01:17:02,868 --> 01:17:03,953 get set... 1286 01:17:05,287 --> 01:17:06,122 go! 1287 01:17:06,205 --> 01:17:09,917 [crowd continuously cheering] 1288 01:17:10,000 --> 01:17:11,001 [laughter] 1289 01:17:14,130 --> 01:17:16,298 Okay, time to get serious. 1290 01:17:45,744 --> 01:17:46,829 [woman] I've got her, Mae. 1291 01:17:46,912 --> 01:17:48,289 [crowd applauding] 1292 01:17:48,372 --> 01:17:49,372 That's her. 1293 01:17:50,291 --> 01:17:52,251 Be careful. 1294 01:17:52,334 --> 01:17:53,334 I will. 1295 01:18:00,384 --> 01:18:03,596 - [crowd cheering] - [man] Whoa! 1296 01:18:04,763 --> 01:18:05,763 [man] Whoa! 1297 01:18:14,565 --> 01:18:16,150 [woman] Fiona! Stop! 1298 01:18:17,234 --> 01:18:20,279 - Follow her. - Stop her! 1299 01:18:20,362 --> 01:18:21,989 Somebody stop her! She's a killer! 1300 01:18:23,282 --> 01:18:24,283 Stop her! 1301 01:18:25,284 --> 01:18:26,577 Somebody stop her! 1302 01:18:28,078 --> 01:18:29,788 - [woman] Go! - [man] Grab her! 1303 01:18:32,917 --> 01:18:34,793 Stop her! 1304 01:18:34,877 --> 01:18:37,004 Somebody grab her! 1305 01:18:37,087 --> 01:18:39,590 - [Tom] She must be kept safe. - Keep her safe. 1306 01:18:39,673 --> 01:18:42,927 - It's Fiona Highbridge! - [Fiona] No! No! No! 1307 01:18:43,010 --> 01:18:44,803 [crowd cheering, applauding] 1308 01:18:45,804 --> 01:18:48,807 [indistinct chattering] 1309 01:18:55,189 --> 01:18:56,273 [man] All right. Watch it. 1310 01:18:58,943 --> 01:18:59,777 [Fiona] No. 1311 01:18:59,860 --> 01:19:01,487 [crowd cheering] 1312 01:19:01,570 --> 01:19:02,570 Stop the clock. 1313 01:19:05,157 --> 01:19:06,450 [woman] Soul Search, baby! 1314 01:19:06,533 --> 01:19:08,994 - I guess that's it. - [crowd cheering and applauding] 1315 01:19:18,712 --> 01:19:21,131 [woman] Let's do another! 1316 01:19:21,215 --> 01:19:22,216 We could. 1317 01:19:23,550 --> 01:19:25,362 - Um... - [Tom] Maybe not a fugitive this time. 1318 01:19:25,386 --> 01:19:27,346 Let's try for a regular civilian. 1319 01:19:28,806 --> 01:19:30,641 Okay, everyone. 1320 01:19:30,724 --> 01:19:33,519 We're gonna find a regular person. 1321 01:19:34,520 --> 01:19:36,647 It can be anyone. 1322 01:19:36,730 --> 01:19:39,608 A relative, a lost love. 1323 01:19:39,692 --> 01:19:44,488 When everyone can be found, we can never lose a friend. 1324 01:19:46,448 --> 01:19:48,284 We can take a suggestion from the audience. 1325 01:19:48,367 --> 01:19:52,371 - Uh... anyone? - [woman] Find Mercer! 1326 01:19:52,454 --> 01:19:55,416 [laughter, hooting] 1327 01:19:55,499 --> 01:19:57,918 I'm pretty sure he doesn't wanna be found. [chuckles] 1328 01:19:59,295 --> 01:20:00,963 - Anyone else? - [man] Where's Mercer? 1329 01:20:01,046 --> 01:20:05,342 [Tom] No, Mae, this is what Soul Search is all about as well as Completion. 1330 01:20:05,426 --> 01:20:06,427 Other suggestions? 1331 01:20:06,510 --> 01:20:08,363 - [woman] Let's try Mercer. - [crowd] Mercer! Mercer! Mercer! 1332 01:20:08,387 --> 01:20:09,406 It's the whole point of Soul Search, Mae. 1333 01:20:09,430 --> 01:20:10,264 No. 1334 01:20:10,347 --> 01:20:12,558 [crowd] Mercer! Mercer! 1335 01:20:12,641 --> 01:20:14,536 - Mercer! Mercer! Mercer! - [Mae] No, no, no, no. 1336 01:20:14,560 --> 01:20:16,228 No, I... 1337 01:20:16,312 --> 01:20:18,731 [Tom] Mae, this is the right choice. 1338 01:20:18,814 --> 01:20:21,108 [Eamon] Wait. Hey, everybody. 1339 01:20:21,191 --> 01:20:23,071 - [crowd cheering and applauding] - [Eamon] Hey. 1340 01:20:23,610 --> 01:20:25,946 I think it's time we reunited Mae and Mercer, don't you? 1341 01:20:26,030 --> 01:20:26,864 [crowd cheering] 1342 01:20:26,947 --> 01:20:29,158 All right then. And through the power of the Circle, 1343 01:20:29,241 --> 01:20:31,744 let's bring them back together again, okay? 1344 01:20:31,827 --> 01:20:35,581 The perfect use of Soul Search. Let's find your friend. 1345 01:20:35,664 --> 01:20:38,083 [crowd cheering, applauding] 1346 01:20:38,167 --> 01:20:39,418 Go, Mae, now. 1347 01:20:49,928 --> 01:20:52,389 Okay. 1348 01:20:55,434 --> 01:21:01,607 So our second Soul Search today involves not a fugitive from justice, 1349 01:21:01,690 --> 01:21:04,109 but you might say a fugitive from, um... 1350 01:21:05,444 --> 01:21:06,278 a friendship. 1351 01:21:06,362 --> 01:21:08,530 [laughter] 1352 01:21:14,536 --> 01:21:16,372 This is my friend Mercer. 1353 01:21:17,414 --> 01:21:20,000 I haven't seen him in a while. 1354 01:21:20,084 --> 01:21:21,377 I'd love to see him again. 1355 01:21:22,544 --> 01:21:27,758 Like Fiona, though, he is someone who is trying not to be found, 1356 01:21:27,841 --> 01:21:29,843 but unlike Fiona, he's not a criminal. 1357 01:21:31,387 --> 01:21:32,554 He's good, people. 1358 01:21:40,354 --> 01:21:42,194 Let's see if we can break our previous record. 1359 01:21:42,231 --> 01:21:43,899 Whoo! 1360 01:21:59,790 --> 01:22:02,334 [breathes heavily] 1361 01:22:04,753 --> 01:22:06,463 - [crowd cheering] - [man] Oh, yeah. 1362 01:22:07,464 --> 01:22:08,841 Unbelievable. 1363 01:22:08,924 --> 01:22:10,843 Can you believe that? Yes! 1364 01:22:13,053 --> 01:22:14,596 [man] Do you think he's in here? 1365 01:22:17,391 --> 01:22:19,184 - Mercer! - [man] Mercer! 1366 01:22:19,268 --> 01:22:20,185 Mercer, are you in there? 1367 01:22:20,269 --> 01:22:22,938 Are you, like, killing deer, making chandeliers? 1368 01:22:23,021 --> 01:22:24,773 [audience laughing] 1369 01:22:24,857 --> 01:22:27,710 [woman] Mercer, we know you're in there. We see your truck. It's right here. 1370 01:22:27,734 --> 01:22:29,587 - [man] I think he's in there. - Fine. Let's go around. 1371 01:22:29,611 --> 01:22:32,865 - [woman] Oh, my God, he's in there! - [crowd laughing] 1372 01:22:32,948 --> 01:22:34,825 Mercer, come out. He's gotta be here. 1373 01:22:34,908 --> 01:22:37,119 Remember to be nice, okay? 1374 01:22:37,202 --> 01:22:38,522 Mercer, we know you're in there. 1375 01:22:38,579 --> 01:22:40,414 You found where he is. You did it. 1376 01:22:40,497 --> 01:22:41,748 I think we should leave. 1377 01:22:41,832 --> 01:22:44,460 [Tom] No, Mae, stay on this. 1378 01:22:44,543 --> 01:22:46,628 You've got millions of people enjoying this. 1379 01:22:46,712 --> 01:22:48,380 [woman] There he is. There he is. 1380 01:22:48,464 --> 01:22:51,216 There he is. We just got Mercer. I cannot believe this. 1381 01:22:51,300 --> 01:22:53,020 [woman] There he is! He's in the driveway! 1382 01:22:53,093 --> 01:22:54,093 [engine starting] 1383 01:22:59,892 --> 01:23:01,977 [Mercer] Leave me alone! Jesus Christ! 1384 01:23:13,697 --> 01:23:14,823 [crowd cheering] 1385 01:23:15,949 --> 01:23:17,493 [crowd continuously cheering] 1386 01:23:18,952 --> 01:23:21,455 [motorcycle revving] 1387 01:23:23,415 --> 01:23:24,833 [whispers] You're kidding me. 1388 01:23:24,917 --> 01:23:26,126 [crowd cheering] 1389 01:23:29,254 --> 01:23:31,840 Can someone please get me audio on the camera? 1390 01:23:33,550 --> 01:23:34,968 Mercer. 1391 01:23:35,052 --> 01:23:38,013 Mercer, stop driving. It's just me. 1392 01:23:38,096 --> 01:23:39,723 Mercer, stop the truck. 1393 01:23:39,806 --> 01:23:41,934 You're surrounded by friends. 1394 01:23:42,017 --> 01:23:43,227 [car honking] 1395 01:23:43,310 --> 01:23:45,062 Can we turn the speaker up? 1396 01:23:46,313 --> 01:23:47,314 Mercer. 1397 01:23:48,815 --> 01:23:49,983 Can you hear me? 1398 01:23:51,235 --> 01:23:52,653 Mercer, it's me. 1399 01:23:52,736 --> 01:23:54,376 [whispers] You're surrounded by friends. 1400 01:23:56,240 --> 01:23:57,908 [crowd murmuring] 1401 01:23:57,991 --> 01:23:59,952 Mercer, stop. 1402 01:24:00,035 --> 01:24:01,703 [grunts] 1403 01:24:01,787 --> 01:24:02,787 [screams] 1404 01:24:14,591 --> 01:24:16,385 [birds chirping] 1405 01:24:21,139 --> 01:24:23,100 - [knocking on door] - [door opens] 1406 01:24:23,183 --> 01:24:24,851 [Mom] How you doing, sweetie? 1407 01:24:27,354 --> 01:24:29,982 You've been in bed for three days. 1408 01:24:31,149 --> 01:24:33,986 Come out in the garden with me today, okay? 1409 01:24:34,069 --> 01:24:37,406 I've got some new snapdragons that need to be planted. 1410 01:24:38,699 --> 01:24:39,700 Okay? 1411 01:24:40,909 --> 01:24:41,910 Honey. 1412 01:24:45,163 --> 01:24:46,164 Oh, honey. 1413 01:24:47,916 --> 01:24:49,501 - [sniffles] - Oh. 1414 01:24:51,378 --> 01:24:53,922 - Oh. - [sobs] 1415 01:24:54,006 --> 01:24:56,526 [announcer over radio] The California Department of Motor Vehicles 1416 01:24:56,550 --> 01:24:59,177 has proposed regulation that self-driving cars 1417 01:24:59,261 --> 01:25:02,222 should be required to have a licensed driver inside. 1418 01:25:02,306 --> 01:25:03,724 Is that a good principle? 1419 01:25:03,807 --> 01:25:06,643 [man] Yeah, I mean, I think obviously, 1420 01:25:06,727 --> 01:25:09,229 where technology is today that is a good principle, 1421 01:25:09,313 --> 01:25:11,708 and of course, we would not suggest putting something unsafe on the road. 1422 01:25:11,732 --> 01:25:13,191 That's why we have fed... 1423 01:25:13,275 --> 01:25:14,401 [sighs] 1424 01:27:03,135 --> 01:27:04,136 [line ringing] 1425 01:27:09,391 --> 01:27:10,391 Mae. 1426 01:27:11,435 --> 01:27:12,811 Where are you? 1427 01:27:12,894 --> 01:27:15,605 - Are we alone? - Yes. 1428 01:27:15,689 --> 01:27:16,690 Are we? 1429 01:27:16,773 --> 01:27:17,774 Yes. 1430 01:27:19,985 --> 01:27:22,946 How is it daytime where you are? 1431 01:27:23,029 --> 01:27:25,407 Wait, you're in Scotland. 1432 01:27:25,490 --> 01:27:27,993 Yep, I went home. Can you see? 1433 01:27:29,953 --> 01:27:31,413 What happened? 1434 01:27:31,496 --> 01:27:34,291 What, besides almost ODing on speed and Soylent? 1435 01:27:34,374 --> 01:27:36,126 Well, I found out I'm allergic to wheat. 1436 01:27:36,209 --> 01:27:37,335 [both chuckling] 1437 01:27:39,838 --> 01:27:42,716 Um... I don't know. 1438 01:27:42,799 --> 01:27:44,092 I guess I almost died? 1439 01:27:47,888 --> 01:27:49,848 Oh, come on, no, don't. Don't make me cry. 1440 01:27:49,931 --> 01:27:52,350 Come on. No. I'm not going to cry anymore. 1441 01:27:54,561 --> 01:27:55,601 You getting better there? 1442 01:27:56,646 --> 01:27:58,690 Yeah, I am. 1443 01:27:58,774 --> 01:28:04,404 I eat. I look out the window. I come out here, and I think I daydream. 1444 01:28:04,488 --> 01:28:05,572 Hadn't done that in years. 1445 01:28:07,073 --> 01:28:08,158 I'm glad you called. 1446 01:28:11,286 --> 01:28:12,788 I didn't want to lose you, too. 1447 01:28:14,331 --> 01:28:15,332 I know. 1448 01:28:17,125 --> 01:28:19,419 Listen, Mae, I'm really, really sorry about Mercer. 1449 01:28:20,462 --> 01:28:23,298 And I'm a shit friend. I should've said something sooner. 1450 01:28:23,381 --> 01:28:24,758 I should've, and I'm sorry. 1451 01:28:26,510 --> 01:28:27,719 It's just so horrible. 1452 01:28:30,388 --> 01:28:31,890 Have they spoken to you about it? 1453 01:28:33,225 --> 01:28:34,226 Not yet. 1454 01:28:35,393 --> 01:28:37,020 I'm going in tomorrow. 1455 01:28:37,103 --> 01:28:40,357 Uh-huh. They ask for forgiveness and never for permission. 1456 01:28:40,440 --> 01:28:42,526 They have to go. They've broken a hundred laws. 1457 01:28:42,609 --> 01:28:45,612 They've made me suffer a thousand regulations. 1458 01:28:45,695 --> 01:28:47,239 There's got to be a way to... 1459 01:28:47,322 --> 01:28:49,574 What? Stop people doing bad shit? 1460 01:28:49,658 --> 01:28:51,701 [scoffs] Yeah. 1461 01:28:53,078 --> 01:28:56,289 Do you need some time away here, too? I've got an extra bed if you want it. 1462 01:28:56,373 --> 01:28:57,374 [chuckles] 1463 01:29:00,836 --> 01:29:04,756 This feels so good, just being with you. 1464 01:29:04,840 --> 01:29:07,384 - Even like this. - Yeah. 1465 01:29:08,510 --> 01:29:09,719 Yeah. I know. 1466 01:29:13,014 --> 01:29:15,225 This is going to sound crazy. But... 1467 01:29:15,308 --> 01:29:17,352 I keep having this feeling that... 1468 01:29:18,395 --> 01:29:20,772 Mercer would still be here if we hadn't lost touch. 1469 01:29:20,856 --> 01:29:22,816 No, come on, what were you supposed to do? 1470 01:29:22,899 --> 01:29:25,193 I mean, you know, he drifted away. 1471 01:29:26,194 --> 01:29:27,320 It happens. 1472 01:29:27,404 --> 01:29:30,490 Yes, but we have this technology, all this power. 1473 01:29:30,574 --> 01:29:33,952 Well, I mean, technology didn't exactly help the situation. 1474 01:29:35,954 --> 01:29:36,955 What if it could? 1475 01:29:41,459 --> 01:29:43,253 [coffee maker clanking] 1476 01:29:43,336 --> 01:29:46,214 [Mom] Hey, your dad woke up at 4:00 this morning, 1477 01:29:46,298 --> 01:29:48,133 and your light was still on. 1478 01:29:48,216 --> 01:29:50,802 What were you doing in your room? Were you on the phone? 1479 01:29:52,554 --> 01:29:54,139 It helped. 1480 01:29:54,222 --> 01:29:56,057 I have friends all over the world. 1481 01:29:57,475 --> 01:29:58,476 They care. 1482 01:29:58,560 --> 01:29:59,894 Mm. 1483 01:29:59,978 --> 01:30:03,565 - I spoke to Annie. - [Mom] How is she? 1484 01:30:03,648 --> 01:30:05,275 Good. Better. 1485 01:30:06,443 --> 01:30:08,111 I realized how much I missed her. 1486 01:30:12,407 --> 01:30:14,159 I have to go back. 1487 01:30:14,242 --> 01:30:15,660 Go back where? 1488 01:30:18,079 --> 01:30:19,205 Not to the Circle. 1489 01:30:19,289 --> 01:30:21,333 The Circle didn't kill Mercer, Mom. 1490 01:30:21,416 --> 01:30:23,960 It was a bad tool, a bad system. 1491 01:30:24,044 --> 01:30:26,963 It... It can be fixed. 1492 01:30:28,423 --> 01:30:31,009 We're not gonna become Amish, Mom. 1493 01:30:31,092 --> 01:30:33,720 I... When someone dies in a plane crash, 1494 01:30:33,803 --> 01:30:37,724 you don't abandon planes, you make them safer. 1495 01:30:37,807 --> 01:30:39,476 - Mae, at least wait a bit. - [sighs] 1496 01:30:39,559 --> 01:30:41,436 I'm the only one who can do this. 1497 01:30:42,937 --> 01:30:43,938 I'm sorry. 1498 01:30:45,607 --> 01:30:47,108 I love you. 1499 01:31:04,584 --> 01:31:07,128 [line ringing] 1500 01:31:10,632 --> 01:31:12,926 - [Ty] Hello? - [Mae] Hey, it's me. 1501 01:31:13,009 --> 01:31:15,887 Mae. How are you holding up? 1502 01:31:15,970 --> 01:31:18,932 [Mae] Better, actually. I'm coming in to see them today. 1503 01:31:19,015 --> 01:31:22,352 - But I need your help. - Sure. Name it, anything you need. 1504 01:31:52,048 --> 01:31:54,443 [Eamon] We were worried when we didn't hear from you for so long. 1505 01:31:54,467 --> 01:31:56,219 [Tom] We were very concerned. 1506 01:31:56,302 --> 01:31:58,596 No contact for four days. Your camera was off. 1507 01:31:58,680 --> 01:31:59,680 How are you doing? 1508 01:32:02,809 --> 01:32:03,809 I'm okay. 1509 01:32:04,894 --> 01:32:06,914 Tom and I have been talking about how little we knew 1510 01:32:06,938 --> 01:32:08,857 about this young man Mercer. 1511 01:32:08,940 --> 01:32:11,151 He's someone we should have been able to help. 1512 01:32:11,234 --> 01:32:13,987 A fund should be established for his family. 1513 01:32:15,113 --> 01:32:17,615 Yeah, absolutely, that's done. 1514 01:32:17,699 --> 01:32:20,660 Listen, Mae, we would like to offer you a new role 1515 01:32:20,744 --> 01:32:25,415 here at the Circle with no formal obligation, 1516 01:32:25,498 --> 01:32:27,459 maybe a lighter schedule. 1517 01:32:27,542 --> 01:32:30,044 You can choose your own projects, and you can think long-term. 1518 01:32:30,128 --> 01:32:32,464 - You could take pottery, if you wanted. - [Tom laughs] 1519 01:32:32,547 --> 01:32:34,066 I don't know if you're aware of this, 1520 01:32:34,090 --> 01:32:36,843 - but one of our founders, Ty Lafitte... - Yeah. 1521 01:32:36,926 --> 01:32:42,223 ...was given the same opportunity, and now he loves his freedom. 1522 01:32:42,307 --> 01:32:45,518 And I don't know if this is any consolation, 1523 01:32:45,602 --> 01:32:48,980 but at our next Dream Friday... 1524 01:32:49,063 --> 01:32:50,940 [stammers] We're going to imagine a world 1525 01:32:51,024 --> 01:32:54,736 in which every disturbed young man could be kept safe. 1526 01:32:56,446 --> 01:32:57,739 Would you like to join us? 1527 01:32:59,866 --> 01:33:02,494 I'm not sure I'm ready for that. But... 1528 01:33:04,454 --> 01:33:05,538 thanks for the invitation. 1529 01:33:06,539 --> 01:33:07,539 Take your time. 1530 01:33:15,548 --> 01:33:19,260 [indistinct chattering] 1531 01:33:23,223 --> 01:33:24,974 [cell phone buzzing] 1532 01:33:33,191 --> 01:33:36,569 I did what you asked. You won't believe the shit I found. 1533 01:33:36,653 --> 01:33:41,074 It's worse than I could've imagined. And, and look, Mae, I'm so sorry. 1534 01:33:41,157 --> 01:33:45,036 I never met him, but they should build a monument to Mercer. 1535 01:33:47,288 --> 01:33:50,959 - Yeah. - I mean, this... this changes everything. 1536 01:33:51,042 --> 01:33:54,087 Okay, he's the martyr who will wake everyone up, right? 1537 01:33:54,170 --> 01:33:57,632 I don't know what you're planning, but if you turn that camera back on, 1538 01:33:57,715 --> 01:34:00,635 whatever you say about the Circle is heard around the world, 1539 01:34:00,718 --> 01:34:02,345 and it changes everything. 1540 01:34:17,735 --> 01:34:18,735 [operator] Hello. 1541 01:34:22,407 --> 01:34:23,408 Hello again. 1542 01:34:29,122 --> 01:34:30,456 - Hi! - Hey, Mae. 1543 01:34:39,924 --> 01:34:41,634 And that is how it should have been, 1544 01:34:41,718 --> 01:34:44,220 how it could've been, but we didn't have the technology. 1545 01:34:44,304 --> 01:34:45,555 But we will. 1546 01:34:45,638 --> 01:34:47,015 And when we do, 1547 01:34:47,098 --> 01:34:50,393 when every vehicle is known and connected, 1548 01:34:50,476 --> 01:34:53,813 the data we have will help us improve traffic patterns, 1549 01:34:53,897 --> 01:35:00,486 keep drivers safe, and optimize Circle services across all platforms. 1550 01:35:00,570 --> 01:35:03,698 Shopping. Lodging. 1551 01:35:03,781 --> 01:35:05,325 Attractions. 1552 01:35:06,367 --> 01:35:08,036 Attractions like Mae Holland. 1553 01:35:08,119 --> 01:35:09,799 - Mae, come on out here. - [crowd cheering] 1554 01:35:09,871 --> 01:35:12,248 Come on out here. Gosh, Mae. 1555 01:35:12,332 --> 01:35:14,667 Oh, you're transparent again. Look at that. 1556 01:35:14,751 --> 01:35:16,920 Hello, hello. 1557 01:35:17,003 --> 01:35:18,003 Mae Holland. 1558 01:35:18,046 --> 01:35:21,549 - [crowd cheering] - [man] Welcome back, Mae! 1559 01:35:21,633 --> 01:35:27,013 Now, Mae is a brave person 1560 01:35:27,096 --> 01:35:28,932 because even amid her grieving, 1561 01:35:29,015 --> 01:35:33,853 she knows that she has a responsibility to her followers, 1562 01:35:33,937 --> 01:35:35,480 to the whole world, really. 1563 01:35:37,065 --> 01:35:41,486 Thanks for saying that, Eamon. And I couldn't agree with you more. 1564 01:35:42,904 --> 01:35:45,823 I know that Tom, he agrees, too. 1565 01:35:45,907 --> 01:35:49,994 - Right, Tom? You want to come out? - [crowd applauding] 1566 01:35:50,078 --> 01:35:52,705 - Come on. - There you are. 1567 01:35:56,668 --> 01:36:00,171 First, I want to thank everyone here and around the world 1568 01:36:00,254 --> 01:36:03,591 for the support you've given me since we lost Mercer. 1569 01:36:03,675 --> 01:36:08,429 These past days, I've realized something about myself 1570 01:36:08,513 --> 01:36:09,681 and about the Circle. 1571 01:36:10,848 --> 01:36:13,184 It's that I don't want to be disconnected. 1572 01:36:14,602 --> 01:36:18,564 I don't want to have to search for friends, family, my loved ones. 1573 01:36:19,774 --> 01:36:21,275 We lost track of Mercer. 1574 01:36:22,819 --> 01:36:25,405 But what if we never lost touch with each other? 1575 01:36:27,615 --> 01:36:29,409 What if instead of searching... 1576 01:36:30,743 --> 01:36:31,911 we always knew? 1577 01:36:34,038 --> 01:36:38,960 What I am proposing is radical openness and unbroken connection. 1578 01:36:41,713 --> 01:36:43,673 It would have to start here. 1579 01:36:43,756 --> 01:36:45,425 - [crowd applauding] - Mm-hm. 1580 01:36:45,508 --> 01:36:48,886 You know the usual hypocrisy of the digital world. 1581 01:36:48,970 --> 01:36:53,141 We want everything in the Cloud, and yet our leaders... 1582 01:36:55,101 --> 01:36:56,936 live above it. 1583 01:36:57,020 --> 01:37:01,649 So I want to invite Eamon and Tom 1584 01:37:01,733 --> 01:37:06,112 to join me in this experiment that they've pioneered. 1585 01:37:07,739 --> 01:37:13,494 I invite them to set an example for the Circle and the world... 1586 01:37:16,581 --> 01:37:18,124 to go transparent. 1587 01:37:18,207 --> 01:37:19,367 [crowd cheering, applauding] 1588 01:37:22,837 --> 01:37:24,422 What do you say, guys? 1589 01:37:26,424 --> 01:37:27,425 Will you join me? 1590 01:37:34,557 --> 01:37:38,561 Wouldn't it be great to know their every move, their every word? 1591 01:37:38,644 --> 01:37:43,024 From now on, every message, meeting, phone call, 1592 01:37:43,107 --> 01:37:48,362 all will be public, knowable, never erased. 1593 01:37:49,530 --> 01:37:51,699 In fact, Ty Lafitte has helped us make every document 1594 01:37:51,783 --> 01:37:55,411 in the company's history public. 1595 01:37:55,495 --> 01:37:58,039 Every message, every plan including... 1596 01:37:58,122 --> 01:38:01,375 And this is my favorite part, every e-mail, 1597 01:38:01,459 --> 01:38:05,505 from Tom and Eamon's accounts, and their private accounts... 1598 01:38:05,588 --> 01:38:06,422 [crowd murmuring] 1599 01:38:06,506 --> 01:38:08,692 ...and their secondary confidential accounts. [chuckles] 1600 01:38:08,716 --> 01:38:12,678 And even their super-secret scrambled code accounts, 1601 01:38:12,762 --> 01:38:18,684 that nobody, not even their assistants or wives knew existed. 1602 01:38:20,186 --> 01:38:21,312 Until now. 1603 01:38:24,273 --> 01:38:26,150 It's all been sent to you already. 1604 01:38:26,234 --> 01:38:28,194 [murmuring] 1605 01:38:29,821 --> 01:38:31,989 We are so fucked. 1606 01:38:32,073 --> 01:38:35,993 I think we're entitled to that kind of access. Don't you? 1607 01:38:36,077 --> 01:38:39,497 - [all] Yeah. - [hooting] 1608 01:38:40,623 --> 01:38:42,792 Mae, you are a very brave woman to do this. 1609 01:38:48,673 --> 01:38:51,759 There are no more secrets. 1610 01:38:51,843 --> 01:38:53,594 Privacy was a temporary thing. 1611 01:38:54,804 --> 01:38:55,888 And now it's over. 1612 01:38:57,640 --> 01:38:59,809 We won't live in the shadows anymore. 1613 01:39:01,227 --> 01:39:03,437 Hey. Good timing. [chuckles] 1614 01:39:05,940 --> 01:39:08,776 [cell phones beeping] 1615 01:39:17,702 --> 01:39:20,705 [indistinct chattering] 1616 01:39:22,999 --> 01:39:24,000 Thank you. 1617 01:39:25,251 --> 01:39:26,919 Thank you. 1618 01:39:27,003 --> 01:39:33,968 I'm tired of hiding, these passwords and secret knocks, 1619 01:39:34,051 --> 01:39:36,846 the difference between public and private. 1620 01:39:38,472 --> 01:39:39,515 Aren't you all? 1621 01:39:40,933 --> 01:39:42,894 Come to think of it, 1622 01:39:42,977 --> 01:39:44,896 I'm tired of standing here in the dark. 1623 01:39:46,856 --> 01:39:48,065 Don't worry. 1624 01:39:48,149 --> 01:39:52,945 Eamon will catch up. Or maybe he won't. 1625 01:39:53,029 --> 01:39:55,781 Either way, it's time for a change. 1626 01:39:55,865 --> 01:39:57,783 We're gonna remake this place. 1627 01:39:57,867 --> 01:40:03,456 And if we do it right, we will set an example for everyone. 1628 01:40:03,539 --> 01:40:05,124 The future won't wait. 1629 01:40:14,926 --> 01:40:17,929 [waves splashing] 1630 01:40:49,335 --> 01:40:50,336 Hello. 1631 01:41:32,962 --> 01:41:37,008 ♪ 'Tis the gift to be simple ♪ 1632 01:41:37,091 --> 01:41:41,512 ♪ 'Tis the gift to be free ♪ 1633 01:41:41,595 --> 01:41:47,018 ♪ 'Tis the gift to come down ♪ 1634 01:41:47,101 --> 01:41:52,440 ♪ Where we ought to be ♪ 1635 01:41:52,523 --> 01:41:56,819 ♪ And when we find ourselves ♪ 1636 01:41:56,902 --> 01:42:03,909 ♪ In the place just right ♪ 1637 01:42:08,331 --> 01:42:12,168 ♪ To bow and to bend ♪ 1638 01:42:12,251 --> 01:42:16,714 ♪ We shan't be ♪ 1639 01:42:16,797 --> 01:42:18,716 ♪ Ashamed ♪ 1640 01:42:18,799 --> 01:42:21,969 ♪ To turn, turn ♪ 1641 01:42:22,053 --> 01:42:27,850 ♪ Will be our delight ♪ 1642 01:42:27,933 --> 01:42:31,771 ♪ To bow and to bend ♪ 1643 01:42:31,854 --> 01:42:36,317 ♪ We shan't be ♪ 1644 01:42:36,400 --> 01:42:38,361 ♪ Ashamed ♪ 1645 01:42:38,444 --> 01:42:41,572 ♪ To turn, turn ♪ 1646 01:42:41,655 --> 01:42:48,496 ♪ Will be our delight ♪ 1647 01:43:15,981 --> 01:43:19,735 ♪ To bow and to bend ♪ 1648 01:43:19,819 --> 01:43:24,240 ♪ We shan't be ♪ 1649 01:43:24,323 --> 01:43:26,242 ♪ Ashamed ♪ 1650 01:43:26,325 --> 01:43:29,537 ♪ To turn, turn ♪ 1651 01:43:29,620 --> 01:43:35,626 ♪ Will be our delight ♪ 1652 01:43:35,709 --> 01:43:39,338 ♪ To bow and to bend ♪ 1653 01:43:39,422 --> 01:43:43,884 ♪ We shan't be ♪ 1654 01:43:43,968 --> 01:43:45,886 ♪ Ashamed ♪ 1655 01:43:45,970 --> 01:43:49,181 ♪ To turn, turn ♪ 1656 01:43:49,265 --> 01:43:56,272 ♪ Will be our delight ♪ 1657 01:44:32,016 --> 01:44:36,020 ♪ 'Tis the gift to be simple ♪ 1658 01:44:36,103 --> 01:44:40,441 ♪ 'Tis the gift to be free ♪ 1659 01:44:40,524 --> 01:44:45,946 ♪ 'Tis the gift to come down ♪ 1660 01:44:46,030 --> 01:44:51,327 ♪ Where we ought to be ♪ 1661 01:44:51,410 --> 01:44:55,789 ♪ And when we find ourselves ♪ 1662 01:44:55,873 --> 01:45:02,880 ♪ In the place just right ♪