Are You A TruthSeekah?

While I am new to podcast listening, there seems to be endless possibilities for podcast topics including news, entertainment, and society. Podcasts provide a variety of ideas for individuals to tune in on while dually creating a community of listeners based around a particular interest. A podcast in particular that I found eye catching is […]

The End of BIG and the Beginning of BIGGER

If you google “Etsy success stories” on google, you get about 994,000 results. Hella Ganor Jewellery is one of those success stories. The store opened on Etsy in 2015.  It uses both handicraft elements and 3D printing during any single process to produce unique and inspiring jewellery, often in their signature continuous, geometric flow.  However, […]

Phelous – Small Success on Patreon

Relatively, Phelous’s Patreon is quite successful. Other creators, such as Kinda Funny, have a larger fan base. Kinda Funny has – at this time – 6,772 patrons, and their rewards are much higher. Phelous, by contrast, has 336 patrons, with much smaller rewards; however, Phelous has the advantage of making low-budget content with the aid of a small, yet loyal community of fans.

The End of Big Cookie Cutter: How a 3-D Printer in Kansas is Helping to Bring Down Big Business

Brittney and Kyle Boe, a couple from Wichita, Kansas, have turned a single 3-D printer into a small cookie cutter empire. These two run the Etsy shop BoeTechLLC which they founded in May 2013. This shop specializes in “Literary, Anatomical, and Custom Cookie Cutters” that they design and print in-house. Want a cookie cutter shaped like […]

The Secret Success of Nathan Rabin

When discussion of writing regarding Patreon began in class, my mind flared with excitement, because I knew exactly who I wanted to write about: Nathan Rabin, a film and pop culture writer I had admired for years, who just recently launched his own Patreon page some months previous. Rabin was the first head writer of […]