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Track Changes

By Postlight

What happens when software eats the world? Industry veterans Paul Ford and Rich Ziade chat with their friends about technology, design, and business from a distinctly East Coast point of view. Decades of experience inform their no-BS, quick-witted patter about what digital transformation really means. Created by Postlight, the digital product studio they co-founded in New York City

  1. 1.
    Analyze Society and You Have a Trend: A conversation with The Markup’s Adrianne Jeffries 08/20/2019
    28:30
  2. 2.
    The Design System Has To Reflect The Business : Paul and Rich on Twitter’s Redesign 08/13/2019
    34:07
  3. 3.
    Playing with Fire: Why Email is a Dangerous Game08/07/2019
    30:20
  4. 4.
    You Don't Release Software, You Let It Escape: Paul and Rich on Shipping07/30/2019
    29:09
  5. 5.
    Do Humans Need Privacy: Paul and Rich on Superhuman and Zoom07/23/2019
    27:22
  6. 6.
    Content Management for Enterprise : A conversation with Percolate’s Noah Brier 07/16/2019
    26:55
  7. 7.
    Creating Need: Paul and Rich put a critical lens on new industry trends 07/09/2019
    19:58
  8. 8.
    Resilient Management: A conversation with management expert Lara Hogan 07/02/2019
    27:06
  1. 9.
    Software Centralization vs. Decentralization: Which is best? 06/25/2019
    24:20
  2. 10.
    Getting People To Click: A Conversation With Banner Ad Expert Al Rotches 06/18/2019
    30:39
  3. 11.
    Improving Slack: The Postlight team on developing their new product Dash 06/11/2019
    29:28
  4. 12.
    Stop Touching It: Paul and Rich on Software Updates 06/04/2019
    23:54
  5. 13.
    Technical Definitions: A conversation with Wordnik’s founder Erin McKean 05/28/2019
    35:48
  6. 14.
    Dear Technology, We Still Love You : Paul and Rich Come to Tech’s Defense05/21/2019
    21:44
  7. 15.
    The Problem with Software: A Conversation With Former Microsoft Programmer Adam Barr05/14/2019
    29:12
  8. 16.
    Stepping Away to Think Better: Paul and Rich on Making Time for Creative Thinking05/07/2019
    19:39
  9. 17.
    Reflecting on Gmail 15 Years Later 04/30/2019
    33:15
  10. 18.
    Marketing Funnels : You’re Just A Cog In The Machine04/23/2019
    33:52
  11. 19.
    Chasing Paper in a Digital World04/16/2019
    22:30
  12. 20.
    Levelling the Playing Field: A Look at the Spotify-Apple feud04/09/2019
    20:04
  13. 21.
    Learning to Code to Understand Technology | A Conversation with Andrew Smith04/02/2019
    32:38
  14. 22.
    Managing At My Worst and At My Best 03/26/2019
    24:23
  15. 23.
    It’s Good To Be The Idiot: A Conversation on 3D and Diving Into New Technology03/19/2019
    32:52
  16. 24.
    Letting Design Function: Product Designers Talk Relay03/12/2019
    33:14
  17. 25.
    What if Al Capone wrote C+? : Evan Ratliff on the The Mastermind, Paul Le Roux03/05/2019
    30:28
  18. 26.
    Back to Words: Getting Past Clutter Online02/26/2019
    27:47
  19. 27.
    What Harper Reed Thinks: A Conversation With Obama’s Former CTO02/19/2019
    34:18
  20. 28.
    Click to Add Title: Making a Better Pitch Deck02/12/2019
    27:28
  21. 29.
    Playing it Safe: Authentication in 201902/05/2019
    23:55
  22. 30.
    How Can Data Drive Digital Journalism?: A Conversation With Chartbeat’s Josh Schwartz01/29/2019
    27:55
  23. 31.
    So You Want To Work With An Agency : How They Get You01/22/2019
    20:37
  24. 32.
    Flamethrowers, Pinterest, and Global Connectivity: Looking Forward to 201901/15/2019
    26:05
  25. 33.
    Digital Problem Solving with Perry Hewitt01/08/2019
    32:35
  26. 34.
    2018 in Review : Tech, Geopolitics, and Fortnite Dances12/18/2018
    31:01
  27. 35.
    Meeting the First Promise : How Showing Value is Your Most Valuable Political Tool12/11/2018
    23:27
  28. 36.
    Design Gestures With Extraordinary Impact : A Conversation With Allan Chochinov12/04/2018
    42:45
  29. 37.
    Is Amazon Good for Society? Because It's Taking On New York.11/27/2018
    31:34
  30. 38.
    Screen Time and Me Time : A Conversation On Platform Obsessions11/20/2018
    29:31
  31. 39.
    Can Design Be Open Source?: A conversation with Dylan Field about Figma and collaborating on design11/13/2018
    25:01
  32. 40.
    Inspect Element : Diving Into The Complexity Of The Web11/06/2018
    21:58
  33. 41.
    Anniversary of Leadership10/30/2018
    39:13
  34. 42.
    The Leaky World of Tech Reporting : A Conversation With Louise Matsakis10/23/2018
    28:40
  35. 43.
    Announcing Upgrade!10/16/2018
    20:48
  36. 44.
    Kill 'Em All : All Giant Platforms Eventually Self-Destruct10/09/2018
    31:57
  37. 45.
    Turning The Digital Product Studio On Its Head : In Conversation with Jules Ehrhart10/02/2018
    35:49
  38. 46.
    Design Matters : A Conversation on Digital Transformation09/25/2018
    30:06
  39. 47.
    Scaling Ethics While Scaling Platforms09/18/2018
    32:59
  40. 48.
    Dealing With Cycles: A Conversation with Michael Shaoul09/11/2018
    27:49
  41. 49.
    Going Off Script : A Coversation on SDKs09/04/2018
    25:23
  42. 50.
    Bad Blood: A Conversation on Megalomania in Silicon Valley08/28/2018
    27:32
  43. 51.
    Getting Creative with Marketing: Rick Webb's Agency08/21/2018
    30:54
  44. 52.
    The Innovator's Dilemma08/14/2018
    28:46
  45. 53.
    Why We Fail : A Conversation with Victor Lombardi08/07/2018
    32:03
  46. 54.
    Putting A Fine On Great Experience Design 07/31/2018
    28:23
  47. 55.
    Version Control : A Conversation On Tracking Changes07/24/2018
    25:41
  48. 56.
    More Than Type & Color: A Conversation With Robyn Kanner07/17/2018
    28:50
  49. 57.
    Can You Ship It? : When Design and Engineering Isn't Enough07/10/2018
    24:48
  50. 58.
    The Evolution of Software with Tim Meaney07/03/2018
    28:15
  51. 59.
    Privacy, Data Encryption and the Law06/26/2018
    25:58
  52. 60.
    An Earnest Blockchain: Manoush Zomorodi on Creativity and the Internet06/19/2018
    31:04
  53. 61.
    The Whole Internet is Sneakers06/12/2018
    34:04
  54. 62.
    Less Machine Learning, More Human Learning: A Conversation with Charles Broskoski06/05/2018
    26:15
  55. 63.
    The Glut of the Platform Economy05/29/2018
    32:48
  56. 64.
    Making Sense of Capitalism and Ethics: A Conversation with Christian Madsbjerg05/22/2018
    28:44
  57. 65.
    Meetings and the Question Mark05/15/2018
    29:39
  58. 66.
    Understanding Deception: Rex Sorgatz on Misinformation05/08/2018
    30:29
  59. 67.
    Welcome to Your CMS: Converging Management Systems05/01/2018
    30:25
  60. 68.
    Vendor Madness: Resist the Lure of the “Super Team”04/24/2018
    30:52
  61. 69.
    Who Really Made The Internet?: Claire L. Evans on Tech History04/17/2018
    26:50
  62. 70.
    How To Cope With Facebook…Or Not04/10/2018
    28:13
  63. 71.
    Introducing Postlight Lebanon04/03/2018
    25:49
  64. 72.
    Decentralized Journalism : A Conversation with Maria Bustillos03/27/2018
    29:05
  65. 73.
    Computing is Everywhere : A Conversation with Bret Victor03/20/2018
    36:35
  66. 74.
    The Internet Got Shrinkwrapped03/13/2018
    29:11
  67. 75.
    Flickr and iCloud and DropBox, Oh My03/06/2018
    29:56
  68. 76.
    Is Your Religion Art or Technology?: A Conversation with Aaron Lammer02/27/2018
    27:34
  69. 77.
    Are Smart Homes the new HVAC?: Paul and Rich discuss the pros and cons of a connected home.02/20/2018
    25:28
  70. 78.
    The Elephant In The Room: Paul and Rich talk to Chris O’Neill, CEO of Evernote.02/13/2018
    25:54
  71. 79.
    The Three Second Rule : How to Destroy Your Linked In Profile02/06/2018
    26:19
  72. 80.
    Venturing Into America’s Prison Problem01/30/2018
    26:33
  73. 81.
    A Good Omelet01/23/2018
    21:39
  74. 82.
    Dynamically Linked Library (of Congress)01/16/2018
    34:26
  75. 83.
    Getting on the Inside01/09/2018
    25:12
  76. 84.
    The Currency of Attention01/02/2018
    31:58
  77. 85.
    A Battle for the Net (Again)12/26/2017
    28:56
  78. 86.
    Life in Code12/19/2017
    28:19
  79. 87.
    The Medium is the Mission12/12/2017
    32:09
  80. 88.
    Death in Feeds12/05/2017
    23:18
  81. 89.
    Spreadsheets Are Off The Table11/28/2017
    30:26
  82. 90.
    Breaking Up is Hard to Do: A conversation about Facebook11/21/2017
    39:34
  83. 91.
    Matt Lieber has a Gimlet Eye11/14/2017
    41:25
  84. 92.
    Paul and Rich Try to Talk About Something Else But End Up Complaining About LinkedIn Again11/07/2017
    24:58
  85. 93.
    Rob Dubbin Goes Off-script10/31/2017
    45:26
  86. 94.
    Shutting Down10/24/2017
    25:52
  87. 95.
    Jenn Schiffer Relates to Developers10/17/2017
    49:32
  88. 96.
    Fighting the Hype10/10/2017
    35:15
  89. 97.
    Glenn Brown on building a digital-first Obama Foundation10/03/2017
    40:55
  90. 98.
    Paul and Rich: Good Problems to Have09/26/2017
    34:47
  91. 99.
    Anna Holmes Stays on Topic09/19/2017
    45:36
  92. 100.
    Rich and Paul on Security09/12/2017
    34:48
  93. 101.
    Oren Mor on Shipping Software at Google09/05/2017
    43:13
  94. 102.
    No Agenda: A Chat About Meetings08/29/2017
    34:51
  95. 103.
    Design Takes Command08/22/2017
    39:01
  96. 104.
    Speech Coach Bill Smartt Offers His Best Advice for Better Public Speaking08/15/2017
    38:43
  97. 105.
    Keeping Remotes Close08/08/2017
    37:30
  98. 106.
    Breaker breaker! Leah Culver on starting up a new podcast platform08/01/2017
    35:50
  99. 107.
    The Social Dynamics of Legacy07/25/2017
    40:07
  100. 108.
    When Borders Collapse: Inside the World of Web Standards with Eric Meyer07/18/2017
    42:13
  101. 109.
    Rich and Paul on a Decade of Life in the Shadow of the iPhone07/11/2017
    36:44
  102. 110.
    Jerome Hardaway is Bringing Vets to Tech07/04/2017
    38:45
  103. 111.
    Rich and Paul: Russian to Conclusions06/27/2017
    36:44
  104. 112.
    Maris Kreizman Wants to Mail You Books06/20/2017
    40:17
  105. 113.
    What We Chat About When We Chat About Chat06/12/2017
    41:25
  106. 114.
    Alex Daly Can Kickstart Your Dreams06/06/2017
    45:34
  107. 115.
    Jen Dary Wants You To Pluck Up05/30/2017
    40:32
  108. 116.
    Consider Yourself Notified05/23/2017
    32:36
  109. 117.
    John Shankman Explains the Whole Ad Stack05/16/2017
    47:45
  110. 118.
    Sic Transit Gloria: Talking About Tech and Transportation05/09/2017
    33:43
  111. 119.
    Aaron Lammer Is Not Safe For Work05/02/2017
    43:36
  112. 120.
    Laurie Voss Helps Millions of Programmers04/25/2017
    41:22
  113. 121.
    “Oh, Just Innovation Things,” with Michael Shane04/18/2017
    37:56
  114. 122.
    Gina Trapani has things TODO.txt04/11/2017
    47:18
  115. 123.
    Internationally Relating With Jeremy Pam04/04/2017
    39:36
  116. 124.
    Talking with Kim Stanley Robinson about his global warming epic, New York 214003/28/2017
    40:50
  117. 125.
    John Battelle on Making Web Media Possible, and Profitable03/21/2017
    54:40
  118. 126.
    Alan Burdick on the Nature of Time and the Terrors of Productivity03/14/2017
    51:31
  119. 127.
    Rich and Paul Discuss the Hidden Giants of the Internet03/07/2017
    37:09
  120. 128.
    Tech at the ACLU: In practice, and in theory02/28/2017
    52:59
  121. 129.
    Lara Hogan on Engineering and Public Speaking02/21/2017
    43:20
  122. 130.
    Ryan and Dan in a World of VICE (News)02/14/2017
    44:21
  123. 131.
    Should Twitter Delete @realDonaldTrump?02/07/2017
    47:18
  124. 132.
    Prashant Agarwal on Scaling Design01/31/2017
    47:40
  125. 133.
    Nicholas Carr on How Technology Becomes Creepy01/24/2017
    46:41
  126. 134.
    The New, Big Media01/17/2017
    29:34
  127. 135.
    Craig Mod on Great Design and Long Journeys—Part 201/10/2017
    49:14
  128. 136.
    Craig Mod on Great Design and Long Journeys—Part 101/03/2017
    40:17
  129. 137.
    Year in Review: 201612/27/2016
    36:41
  130. 138.
    Colin Smith Has a Plan to Help Hundreds of NYC Public Schools12/20/2016
    38:44
  131. 139.
    Michael Sippey on Product Management—and Pivoting12/13/2016
    48:27
  132. 140.
    Q&A: Taking listener questions, and mission statements12/06/2016
    34:27
  133. 141.
    Introducing Postlight Labs11/29/2016
    27:41
  134. 142.
    Postlight at One11/22/2016
    34:10
  135. 143.
    Cathy O'Neil on “Weapons of Math Destruction”11/15/2016
    47:42
  136. 144.
    Put Your Phone Down11/08/2016
    25:03
  137. 145.
    In the studio with Jeffrey Zeldman11/01/2016
    40:21
  138. 146.
    Tom Vanderbilt explains all of your choices10/25/2016
    45:37
  139. 147.
    101 Fifth Avenue10/18/2016
    35:32
  140. 148.
    A Conversation with Michael Bierut and Jessica Helfand, Part Two10/11/2016
    44:37
  141. 149.
    A Conversation with Michael Bierut and Jessica Helfand, Part One10/04/2016
    39:28
  142. 150.
    Clover Newsletter—Turning over a new leaf (or four) with founders Liza Darwin and Casey Lewis09/27/2016
    45:48
  143. 151.
    “See media for pic”—a conversation on emergency alerts09/20/2016
    36:40
  144. 152.
    Brightcove, Big City—talking video with David Mendels09/13/2016
    39:49
  145. 153.
    Who’s Gonna Drive You Home—Talking Self-Driving Cars09/06/2016
    34:33
  146. 154.
    Rational Geographic—Map Chat with Aaron Straup Cope08/30/2016
    43:28
  147. 155.
    Julia Pimsleur—Found in Translation08/23/2016
    45:22
  148. 156.
    This Is Haughey Do It08/16/2016
    44:46
  149. 157.
    Elizabeth Spiers is Multi-dimensional08/09/2016
    46:13
  150. 158.
    Event Verizon08/02/2016
    28:02
  151. 159.
    The DNA of NDAs07/26/2016
    34:57
  152. 160.
    Karen McGrane—Content and discontent07/19/2016
    44:58
  153. 161.
    Mayer Lemons—a chat about Yahoo’s recent acquisitions07/12/2016
    31:31
  154. 162.
    Rex Sorgatz—the other side of Fate07/05/2016
    45:54
  155. 163.
    The Silence of the Cams06/28/2016
    37:45
  156. 164.
    Virginia Heffernan—Magic, Loss, and Mercy Killing Horses06/21/2016
    53:10
  157. 165.
    Paul and Rich exchange frank views06/14/2016
    39:32
  158. 166.
    Khoi Vinh—from Subtraction to Adobe06/07/2016
    38:41
  159. 167.
    Q&A05/31/2016
    29:31
  160. 168.
    Natalie Podrazik—iOS developer and user-research spy05/24/2016
    42:11
  161. 169.
    Meet Mercury, an automatic AMP engine for any website05/18/2016
    33:58
  162. 170.
    Too Something? To Fail05/10/2016
    32:36
  163. 171.
    Gina Trapani—coder to lifehacker and back again05/03/2016
    38:33
  164. 172.
    The Web Is Dead04/26/2016
    37:06
  165. 173.
    Camille and Kellan are Friends (and CTOs)04/19/2016
    41:27
  166. 174.
    Takin’ It Meta04/12/2016
    33:11
  167. 175.
    The Man Who Killed Clippy, Part 204/05/2016
    35:44
  168. 176.
    The Man Who Killed Clippy, Part 103/29/2016
    31:46
  169. 177.
    Add Me to Your Professional Network03/22/2016
    36:09
  170. 178.
    Anil Dash, Capitalist to Activist03/15/2016
    38:10
  171. 179.
    Presidential web platforms ranked03/07/2016
    26:37
  172. 180.
    The FBI vs. Apple and Rich vs. Paul03/01/2016
    48:31
  173. 181.
    Deep inside Facebook and Silicon Valley with Jon Lax02/24/2016
    53:29

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