We’re empowering people to document and share knowledge.

Our Mission

Empower people to capture their stories and share knowledge to help build
better organizations.

Our Journey

backstory

The Beginning

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TedX

Our Values

Be human together.

We believe in treating one another as whole people. We empathize with our highs and lows, make sure every voice gets heard, and express appreciation.

Be reliable.

We believe in being dependable to one another. Trust is crucial to fostering creativity and collaboration in our team.

Tell your story.

We believe storytelling is the best way to share knowledge. We make time to document our journeys in work and life, so we have moments for reflection. Through sharing our insights we can learn from one another.

Grow through knowledge.

We foster curiosity, reflection, and creativity around ourselves and tough problems. We empower each other to expand and develop into the humans we want to be.

Our Team

We’re dedicated to building tools that make knowledge accessible and useful.
Niles
Niles

Co-Founder, CEO

Ben
Ben

Co-Founder, CPO

Mike
Mike

CTO

Eric
Eric

Sales

Rob
Rob

Engineering

Jerry
Jerry

Engineering

Elliot
Elliot

Customer Success

Ana
Ana

Design

Press

Stories about us that we really like.

How Companies Are Using History to Guide Today's Decisions

"Lichtenstein's vision for The History Project is that it becomes the company sage, a collective memory that empowers an organization."

Oakland Startup, The History Project, Raises $2M to Build Digital Time Capsules

"These are stories that are multi-layered and provide multiple perspectives. Lichtenstein's story of his first date with his wife has both of their narratives."

Life Beyond Status Updates:
The History Project Wants To Create Modern Time Capsules

"...it's very likely that the tool could be inward-looking for many users, a place to reflect on a moment or a lifetime of moments."

The New York Times invests in The History Project, a multimedia time capsule

"Though time capsules aren’t a new concept, The History Project feels like the next generation of social media: a place where people can chronicle their experiences from childhood to retirement without ever jotting down a word."