[NetBehaviour] tsū

BishopZ xchicago at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 01:41:29 CET 2015

Looks like a very interesting idea, profit-sharing social networks. The
documentation suggest that it may be structured like a ponzi scheme, which
is not entirely bad.

Compensation structures like that heavily favor early adopters and people
that significantly grow the network. Most business in technology favors
early adopters of anything successful. The problem for a social network is
the social cost of creating a community that heavily favors growth. From a
Media Ecology standpoint, the social network's content inevitably becomes
about growth, diluting other ways people might use the platform.

On Sun, Oct 25, 2015 at 4:46 PM, James Morris <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:

> Anyone using it?
> "tsū is a free social network and payment platform that shares up to 90%
> of [advertising] revenues with its users."
> http://www.tsu.co/faq
> Here's an important notification at the head of their FAQ:
> "tsu.co is a community for authentic engagement. Please treat it
> respectfully. Users who spam or post inappropriate content will be banned
> in order to preserve the community."
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