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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.
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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."
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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."
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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.
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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.