Last week we had an awesome time introducing people to the new site. We gave away some great prizes. We heard some great feedback. And… we voted! Not for President or for what to have for dinner, or for who gets into the hall of fame. We voted on what you’d like us to talk to people about in the upcoming days. We wanted to hear, well, what you wanted to hear. And so you voted. And we thanked you. And we listened. So this week we asked people to answer those most popular questions voted on by you.
But before we spend the rest of the week delving into the answers to those questions, we’re turning the tables. We’re opening up a dialogue.
We’ve spent the last 6 months asking people questions every day.
We’ve been trying to build a bridge. A bridge between the people we talk to, interview and photograph and the people who are reading what they tell us, and getting invested in their answers and their stories. We’ve asked them about their work, their taste in music, their voting habits, and the people they love to name a few. And one thing that inevitably happens from time to time is that we, the two of us, identify with their answers. We find ourselves thinking, “I could have given that answer myself.”
And so just for today, the interviewer becomes the interviewee so to speak. The comments section is officially open for you. Ask us anything. Maybe it was something we asked in a previous interview. Or perhaps something you’re just curious about. You ask, we’ll answer. Fire away. Be kind. And yes, questions can be asked anonymously or with a pseudonym.