Who We Are
SFC (initialism for the website SageFun.Com) is a website and channel where we primarily focus on tech and games, while having fun doing it. Our main goal is to entertain and educate people through the content provided on our website, among other web platforms. The guy behind the operation is Sage, who has had a passion for video and history since childhood.
Our website and channel comprises of three core series:
A docuseries focused on hardware.
A docuseries focused on software.
A comedy series where we play games.
The primary place to see our videos and articles are through our website; our videos are also uploaded through our YouTube channel, where we also do monthly livestreams. We’re also available on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord, so you can get up-to-date on new content from us, along with some other fun stuff.
Learn about our brief history…
SFC began in October 2013 as Sagefun.com. At the time, it was just a simple website built with iWeb; we began making videos for the website not too long after.
In February of 2015, we launched our YouTube channel, as well as the second incarnation of our website, built with Adobe Muse. The following year saw our social media presence expanded to Facebook and Twitter. In 2018, we launched the third incarnation of our website, built with Mobirise. Finally, in 2019, we launched the fourth and current incarnation of our website, built with WordPress and Elementor.
At SFC, we care about our viewers (as well as our fans), and will continue to create the best quality content we possibly can. We’ve come a long way since we started; let’s hope the future brings us the best!
Frequently Asked Questions
Sage is the main guy behind the operation; he does most of the work, such as the writing, editing, researching, etc.
However, we do have creators that have collaborated with us, including SuperStar64, Nathan125, TonyTainMent, and EDJRMorpheus95. We’ve also collaborated with larger YouTubers, such as The Computer Clan.
Our first videos were first published through our website in 2014. Our first published YouTube video was the Raspberry Pi Quick Start Guide (Version 1), originally uploaded on February 18th, 2015.
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