The Furlo Bros Tech Podcast is creating weekly podcasts
4

patrons

$12
per creation
James and Matthew Furlo have done more than 200 weekly episodes of tech news (and movie reviews, if we're being honest). Each week we follow the tech corporate-opera: corporation’s dealings, the people, their marketing campaigns and their technology. If you enjoy that kind of long-form show, please consider pitching in.

It’s our pleasure to make these shows for you. If you have a couple bucks to spare each month, and want to become a bonafide patron of the podcast, we are so grateful. If you’re unfamiliar with Patreon, it’s kind of like Kickstarter but instead of pledging $50 one time, we’d love it if you would give 25 cents or more per show.

This is only one way to help. Sending in story ideas, sharing the show with your friends, signing up for our email list and just listening are other ways if you can't afford 25 cents. If you can, we hope you'll consider backing us here. Thanks for helping us make a great show.
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per creation
1 patron
Fanboy: Thank you for helping us do something we love. You will gain access to our Patreon-only updates. Don't forget to disclose your investment. :)

A tech fanboy is enthusiastically devoted to technology. It's derived from "the fancy", a term from England referring to the fans of boxing from the early 18th Century.
Pledge $4 or more per creation
2 patrons
Nerd: Get a shout out on the show the week after you become a nerd. (Plus the Fanboy rewards.)

A tech nerd spends inordinate amounts of time on tech topics to the exclusion of other activities. The first documented appearance of the word nerd is as the name of a creature in Dr. Seuss's book "If I Ran the Zoo."
Pledge $12 or more per creation
0 patrons
Junkie: Want access to the show notes? See exactly how we structure our show and check out the articles we didn't talk about. (Plus the Nerd rewards.)

A tech junkie is constantly thinking and/or talking about the current tech or what's just around the corner. This is the person you go to for tech info & advice.
Pledge $20 or more per creation
0 patrons
Maven: Have a say in the direction of the show. We will regularly seek your feedback on topics we cover and improvements we should make. (Plus the Junkie rewards.)

A tech maven is a trusted expert in the tech field, who seeks to pass knowledge on to others. The word maven comes from Hebrew, meaning "one who understands", based on an accumulation of knowledge.
Goals
$12 of $45 per creation
Right now the podcast is only available on iTunes, YouTube, and the website. To help reach more people, we want to buy a pro account on SoundCloud. This will also give all current listeners a new way to engage with the podcast including easier commenting, downloading, liking, and sharing! ($40 SoundCloud + Patreon Fees)
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James and Matthew Furlo have done more than 200 weekly episodes of tech news (and movie reviews, if we're being honest). Each week we follow the tech corporate-opera: corporation’s dealings, the people, their marketing campaigns and their technology. If you enjoy that kind of long-form show, please consider pitching in.

It’s our pleasure to make these shows for you. If you have a couple bucks to spare each month, and want to become a bonafide patron of the podcast, we are so grateful. If you’re unfamiliar with Patreon, it’s kind of like Kickstarter but instead of pledging $50 one time, we’d love it if you would give 25 cents or more per show.

This is only one way to help. Sending in story ideas, sharing the show with your friends, signing up for our email list and just listening are other ways if you can't afford 25 cents. If you can, we hope you'll consider backing us here. Thanks for helping us make a great show.

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Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per creation
1 patron
Fanboy: Thank you for helping us do something we love. You will gain access to our Patreon-only updates. Don't forget to disclose your investment. :)

A tech fanboy is enthusiastically devoted to technology. It's derived from "the fancy", a term from England referring to the fans of boxing from the early 18th Century.
Pledge $4 or more per creation
2 patrons
Nerd: Get a shout out on the show the week after you become a nerd. (Plus the Fanboy rewards.)

A tech nerd spends inordinate amounts of time on tech topics to the exclusion of other activities. The first documented appearance of the word nerd is as the name of a creature in Dr. Seuss's book "If I Ran the Zoo."
Pledge $12 or more per creation
0 patrons
Junkie: Want access to the show notes? See exactly how we structure our show and check out the articles we didn't talk about. (Plus the Nerd rewards.)

A tech junkie is constantly thinking and/or talking about the current tech or what's just around the corner. This is the person you go to for tech info & advice.
Pledge $20 or more per creation
0 patrons
Maven: Have a say in the direction of the show. We will regularly seek your feedback on topics we cover and improvements we should make. (Plus the Junkie rewards.)

A tech maven is a trusted expert in the tech field, who seeks to pass knowledge on to others. The word maven comes from Hebrew, meaning "one who understands", based on an accumulation of knowledge.