Kyle Stadler is creating Random Generators & Twitter Bots
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Hello!

You may recognize me from my groundbreaking portrayal of "DMV Instructor / Coach" in the hit video game Roundabout.  If you've seen my performance, it may shock you to realize that I am not in fact a professional actor, but rather a reclusive web developer who spends most of his time indoors.

I frequently make little experimental sites and pages to test things out, and one in particular has proven to be popular over the years: The Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator.  I've seen the results from this get posted all over the internet, from Livejournal and Digg (ask your parents about those sites, kids) to Tumblr and Reddit.  Eventually I expanded on this with a Twitter bot that generates ideas and pumps them straight to your Twitter feed.

And if that weren't enough, I've also recently put together the Gaming Journalism Headline Generator.

So why am I on Patreon now?  These things have always been vanity projects that I work on and update nights and weekends whenever I feel like it, which is maybe a couple times a year.  Getting some backers that I'm accountable to will give me the kick in the butt that I need to keep these up-to-date more regularly and launch more ideas and projects.
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Pledge $3 or more per month
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You did it!  As a backer you get to help shape forthcoming generators and suggest things I should put in the current ones!
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Shameless self-promotion!  Regardless of how big your stuff is I'll put you or your work in the random generator content databases, and then a random number generator may pair you up with Duck Tales or Donald Trump.  You'll be living the dream in no time!
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Hit this easy milestone and I'll put together a Twitter bot that works similarly to the fanfic generator's bot!
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Hello!

You may recognize me from my groundbreaking portrayal of "DMV Instructor / Coach" in the hit video game Roundabout.  If you've seen my performance, it may shock you to realize that I am not in fact a professional actor, but rather a reclusive web developer who spends most of his time indoors.

I frequently make little experimental sites and pages to test things out, and one in particular has proven to be popular over the years: The Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator.  I've seen the results from this get posted all over the internet, from Livejournal and Digg (ask your parents about those sites, kids) to Tumblr and Reddit.  Eventually I expanded on this with a Twitter bot that generates ideas and pumps them straight to your Twitter feed.

And if that weren't enough, I've also recently put together the Gaming Journalism Headline Generator.

So why am I on Patreon now?  These things have always been vanity projects that I work on and update nights and weekends whenever I feel like it, which is maybe a couple times a year.  Getting some backers that I'm accountable to will give me the kick in the butt that I need to keep these up-to-date more regularly and launch more ideas and projects.

Recent posts by Kyle Stadler

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Pledge $3 or more per month
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You did it!  As a backer you get to help shape forthcoming generators and suggest things I should put in the current ones!
Pledge $50 or more per month
0 patrons
Shameless self-promotion!  Regardless of how big your stuff is I'll put you or your work in the random generator content databases, and then a random number generator may pair you up with Duck Tales or Donald Trump.  You'll be living the dream in no time!