Tag: patreon

Thank you so much to all of you generous patrons. And to Stoel Rives for kindly hosting a celebration.

When I started mucking around with Patreon, I thought it might be good to test all of the functionality. Like different patron levels. And setting a goal.

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I’ve been mucking with Patreon for a year. Here’s the current status. And, obviously, a passive aggressive plea for you to join in.

A year ago—a decade into writing Silicon Florist—it seemed like an interesting experiment (you know me, I like the experiments) to test drive Patreon, a platform that allows the community to provide financial support for folks who are making things.

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Doing more for the Portland startup community by taking my Patreon presence a little more seriously… but just a little

There’s this weird thing about milestones: they make you super reflective. Like “rethink the whole world order” reflective. And other things affecting the world order only tend to exacerbate that. So after a decade of blogging about the Portland startup community, I hope you’ll forgive my few moments of introspection. The topic this time? Patreon.

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Gather all of the coins: PIGSquad to host a video game marathon livestream fundraiser

There are few things I enjoy and appreciate more than people who figure out how to make a living doing what they love to do. That’s what’s so appealing about indie game developers. And that’s what’s equally appealing about the scrappy Portland organization that supports them, PIGSquad, Portland Indie Game Squad. But making ends meet for an organization can be challenging. And that’s why PIGSquad has taken to Patreon to raise funds. Read More

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