Nice Try!: With Breadth Comes Depth (ft. Avery Trufelman.)

Nice Try!:  With Breadth Comes Depth (ft. Avery Trufelman.)
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Nice Try!: With Breadth Comes Depth (ft. Avery Trufelman.)
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Episode January 17, 2022 00:38:17

Show Notes

For connoisseurs of podcasts Avery Trufelman shouldn’t need much of an introduction. She’s worked on popular shows like 99% Invisible and it’s successful spinoff, Articles of Interest. More recently she teamed up with Vox and Curbed to create Nice Try!

In season one of this investigative series, Avery explored failed attempts at creating Utopias. For season two titled Interior she turned her attention to the home. Each episode dissects the history and the stories of household appliances and the role they play in our attempt to turn our homes into our own little fiefdoms.

She joined Evo to discuss the making of Season 2 Episode 1 titled The Doorbell. Sow how does someone make an entire episode about a doorbell? Well, with breadth comes depth.

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Inside the Episode

Listen to full episodes of Nice Try! at podcasts.voxmedia.com

Learn more about Avery’s work at her website averytrufelman.com

This episode was produced by Stuart Barefoot @smallleaguestu

Music was provided by Tyler Litwin

About the Host 

Evo Terra has the dubious honor of releasing the 40th podcast… ever. Other notable podcasting elements from his past include authoring Podcasting For Dummies and Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies, launching and running one of the first large podcast networks, building a successful strategic podcast consultancy, and is a celebrated keynote speaker on stages around the world. He’s also done a bunch of really, really weird stuff that Google still shows.

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