Moderators are our difference makers
The Burnettwork serves as the home of what we consider to be the greatest, online fan community out there today, The Post-Geek Singularity.
The Secret to The Burnettwork’s success: Civility and a great team of Moderators
And one of the founding principles behind the PGS is the idea that we are all fans and we all have value. The essential nature of this “mutual respect among fans” is what shapes the content we produce and how we present it. We want to engage fans in an on-going discussion about the things they love. And to do that we need to listen.
The moderators we engage as part of The Burnettwork – no matter what channel they may work in: YouTube, social media, or others – are vital to creating and maintaining the tone of mutual respect that makes The Burnettwork and the Post-Geek Singularity a haven in today’s toxic fan culture.
Check out the profiles of our moderators below and let us know if you’d like to join them. We’re always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help build the PGS and make it even more fun, entertaining and robust.
Known as TheRichard, is a lifelong visual artist, painter, and designer. He helps moderate our Post-Geek Singularity group on Facebook.
According to Richard, he is curently pursuing not only his filmmaking dreams via travel videos, but also his lifelong passion of tabletop board, card, and roleplaying game designs, in which he dreams of getting all official licenses and professional backers, and production.
Joshua Levesque has worked in the restaurant, maintenance, and customer service industries and is currently an employee at an assisted living facility. Josh is originally from Maine, but has also lived in Boston, Miami, and currently resides in Bronx, New York with two roommates.
He’s also a Star Wars addict, a New England Patriots fan, a burger enthusiast, and before the pandemic, a frequent, avid moviegoer!