Things That Have Caught My Attention

Dan Hon's Weekday Newsletter

Tag: Screens

Episode One Hundred and Twenty Three: A Continued Error; Nadella; Hypermedia

0.0 Station Ident I’m at a cafe up the road from our house after having run an innumerable run of errands today. There’s something that I’m struggling with after having had good friends come and visit over the weekend which is the thought that today’s A-list cities have peaked. Of course, I’m allowed to say […]

Episode One Hundred and Sixteen: The Material (3); Odds

0.0 Station Ident I’m still getting the hang of the freelancing thing after having unilaterally declared yesterday and today to be vacation days. Which mean that most of today was spent with my son, looking for exactly the right kind of bathtime boat. Most boats that we saw today, we both agreed, did not exhibit […]

Episode One Hundred and Fourteen: Calm Down. Breathe; Making Visible; Wearables

0.0 Station Ident 71 degrees American, slightly breezy and a slow, quiet and thoughtful day after a packed yesterday and conversationally stimulating morning. As well as the most recent episode of Tom Coates Explains Comics To You So You Don’t Have To Read Them All But Now You’re Going To Anyway. 1.0 Calm Down. Breathe. […]

Episode One Hundred and Four: The New Jobs; Disrupting Bitcoin; Protect Us; The Full Stack Is Better?; Dumb Screens

0.0 Station Ident I’m writing this at the weekly 30,000 feet, perilously typing into a textarea that’s on the end of a flaky Gogo Wifi connection to the ground. Today and tomorrow are NOSTROMO BLACK days, the last bit of typing for coins and client presentation before potentially a new project opens up. NOSTROMO BLACK […]

Episode 30: Numbers; Performance and Practice; The Kessler Run In Over 12 Billion

Today’s a short one – mainly because my wife and baby have come home from a week away and work has blown up. 1.0 Numbers There are a few numbers that have jumped out at me lately. Benedict Evans remarked yesterday that a little over four billion square feet of screens would be sold in […]