Longshot Radio — the collaborative radio project that brings together ace producers with schmucks like me and contributors the world over — returned this week to make stories about creativity and failure in and around the 99 Percent conference in New York.
I started on Wednesday by adding a question to our playlist, for folks all over to answer. It went: Tell me about a time you created a mess so big that you couldn’t clean it up yourself.
Two people answered it, including a woman from Ohio:
And one of the founders of Reddit!
I asked the question, but a crack team of radio producers edited the final pieces, which sound really great.
On Thursday, I showed up at the Times Center and got to work editing, helping Longshot producer Alex Goldmark piece together the sound he collected for his patented word games:
Finally, in the home stretch, I produced a piece featuring these answers to one of our Story Booth Chain questions:
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