Podcast Episode 7: Web sins #1—tracking

Rich and Paul talk about the original sins of the web. Sin #1: Web pages track you everywhere, all over your life, and it’s frankly hurtful. Paul Ford: [00:00:00] Hi, I’m Paul…

Podcast Episode 6: Happiness is a Deadline

Rich and Paul discuss why it’s important to create tangible goals. Which seems incredibly obvious but of course it isn’t. The thing about deadlines, they conclude, is that they are…

Podcast Episode 5: Dot Com

Paul Ford: Hi, I’m Paul Ford. Rich Ziade: I’m Rich Ziade. Paul Ford: We’re the co-founders of Aboard. Rich Aboard dot what? Rich Ziade: Dot com. Paul Ford: That’s right. Rich Ziade: Yes. Paul…

Podcast Episode 4: Wikipedia!

Rich indulges Paul in talking about Wikipedia—how it’s good for the web and what it means to data. Nothing is decided but there are some good points made regarding how communities should actually be about something—making something.

Podcast Episode 3: Failure

It’s a New Year, and time to talk about…failure. But in a fun way. Rich is fine with failure, Paul hates looking dumb, and there’s some general chat about breakfast…

Podcast Episode 1: An Apology Regarding Aboard

Introducing our new podcast—The Aboard Podcast, featuring your hosts, Rich Ziade and Paul Ford. We look forward to sharing our wonderful (terrible) and beautiful (often hideous) journey of software development…

Five Card Superpowers

What Are Cards? Aboard organizes the world into Workspaces and Cards. Cards are just little bundles of data—think index cards—that anyone who is invited to a Workspace can access. Let’s…

Imagine No Project Managers…

First: No insult to project managers (or John Lennon fans). We love project managers! Aboard employs and needs professional project managers who help us get our work done and help…