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The point of Patreon isn't how many people earn a full-time living, it's how much of the money from art goes to artists

This week's Patreon PR fumble (the company changed what kinds of support are permissible and the way fees are paid and then said it was good for creators, when it clearly wasn't) prompted people to take a closer look at Patreon and its business. (more…)
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