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How Tsu'n is now

Songwriter Andrew Fromm is making some good money on Tsu. Certainly more than he gets from some streaming sites. He has nearly 24000 followers there, but he also has a large network of people he signed up who make him extra money. One of these is Kimberly Henderson who has a viral hit song on Youtube. She's doing well from Tsu too.

It seems like a good site for artists to make some extra income from their work. Still relatively small as social networks go, but if they can get more cool artists on there it should grow.

You can join with my link https://www.tsu.co/steevc. Yes, I stand to gain, but I don't see me getting rich from it. Just want some extra pennies for the guitar fund :)
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I'll be seeing Steven Wilson play the new stuff next week. 
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Podcast Episode Sixty - A Steven Wilson 'Hand. Cannot. Erase.' Special
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I'm having a play with the cryptocurrency market. I only have a tiny amount in there. Some is from my Bitcoin reserve (a few pennies) and you can also get some on this site from hanging around in the 'chatbox'. There are so many different currencies. Most are worth almost nothing and have no real use as far as I can see
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Can't believe anything you see these days
Before-and-after adverts feature in thousands of magazines. But how reliable are they?
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just stand at an angle with your shoulders back and breathe in :¬}
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Strange behaviour in +Audacity® on +Kubuntu. I used it to record a backing track from an app on a web page. When I play it back it's playing slower than it should. Seems to be about a semitone down. I can pitch shift it back up, but this introduces some distortion.

It's only for an experiment, so not critical, but it's an annoyance.

Any ideas of things to check?
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I managed to do the recording I wanted, but was having a few issues with Jack/Ardour. I've not used them on this PC before and I have to work out a few settings. This PC didn't like my audio interface, so using my Zoom G3X effects unit as an interface. Then for my podcast I'll use my Zoom H4, but that will go straight into Audacity. All good fun
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He lived long and he prospered. 
Leonard Nimoy, who played Mr Spock in Star Trek, has died at the age of 83, his family says.
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Here's my pal Shawn doing an Eels song I suggested for him. He does a great version
 
My new recording for the latest Six String Bliss Album! Hear Shawn sing! Hear Shawn play guitar! Tell me what you think!
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Not sure I fully agree with +Bruce Sterling. Agents like Siri will get better and become like an enhanced companion who has access to far more knowledge than any human. They may even form opinions about art, but I don't know what that would be based on.

AI may not be fully achievable, but simulated intelligence is already here. I don't think we will see self-aware androids walking around any time soon. 
That convergence will not happen, because the ambition is basically metaphysical. It will recede over the horizon like a heat mirage. We are never going to get there. It works like this: first, far-fetched metaphysical propositions. Then an academic computer scientist will try and build one in ...
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I let the train take the strain this morning. Remember that one?

A bright, frosty morning in Arlesey
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Bright it is
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Local landmark that I pass on my run through Stotfold. It's had that painted there for many years 
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GPG is hard to use and has a lot of other issues. I'll still use it with anyone who wants to, even if my emails are not that interesting. It's cool technology.
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Some mainstream coverage of Tsu. I still think the money making possibility is over-emphasised, but you can make something in the long term if you have a big enough following or recruit enough people. I think that earning anything is better than the big fat zero you get from FB, G+ and Twtr. 

I have noticed that some of the celebs who joined early on are no longer active, but I do know that some people are making $100s per month. I don't ;)

If you want to join up you need a link, so here's mine. https://www.tsu.co/steevc/
New social media site Tsu pays you every time you share your selfies, upload a video, or update your status.
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More details. Warning, the video starts playing immediately. Most people will not make $100s, but for those who can get a big following it could be useful cash
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/ordinary-americans-paid-social-media-posts/story?id=29250268
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Eternal geek and wannabe guitarist. Posting 0-5 times a day about tech, music, guitars, green issues and anything else I fancy
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Professional programmer (PL/SQL, C#, Python), amateur musician (guitar, singing plus other instruments), Free Software fan, parent (one of each), runner and chicken keeper.

Trying to develop as a musician, but I don't seem to be a real natural. Keep trying to educate myself.

I generally post about music (especially guitar), technology, open source and green issues. 
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