Myke, Tom, and Dan each share three items they think would make excellent gifts.
Today’s guest is Jeff Sheldon, the founder of Ugmonk, creator of desk products like Analog and Gather. His object is the Fujifilm X100V.
Myke, Tom, and Dan chat about the new Limited Edition release, the final days of the Keen campaign, and then have a lengthy discussion about Jony Ive’s reported collaboration with OpenAI.
Myke asks Tom and Dan about how the Keen campaign is going so far, and about the feedback they have received. They also discuss how they came up with the name “Keen.” Then the three lads chat about the St. Jude fundraiser
Myke chats with Tom and Dan about their new Kickstarter project: Keen, a high quality retractable utility knife. They discuss the design decisions, the pricing, how the campaign is going… all manner of things.
Today’s guest is Stephen Hackett, and founder of 512pixels.net and cofounder of Relay FM, the home of this very podcast. His object is the iMac G4.
It’s episode 100! For this very special extravaganza, Myke, Tom and Dan decided to record a very normal episode of Thoroughly Considered. Topics include the Apple Vision Pro, Dan’s new computer, the Mark Three, and a couple follow-up items.
On The Last Detail, Tom and Dan invite a guest on to chat about an object that is meaningful to them. They dive deep into that object, discussing the design, the manufacturing process, the good, and bad, and everything in-between.
Myke, Tom, and Dan begin with some Red Nose follow up (as one does), then have a long discussion about how to price products.
Myke, Tom, and Dan chat about the big business changes happening at Studio Neat. Then, a Dan’s Tech Corner about iPhone longevity and cases.