Introducing Tsu.co the Facebook Killer

I created this blog with the sole intention of being able to stop relying on facebook so much. In my quest to look and see if there was anything better, I stumbled across Tsu.co. And it has all the things that were good about Facebook. But it is so much more clean, and modern. Tsu is like a combination of Twitter and Facebook in a very great way.

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How Tsu.co Looks when you login. Content is brought right to you. It’s like a combination of Twitter and Facebook
Content is brought to you on Tsu, you don't have to search for content like on Facebook.
Content is brought to you on Tsu, you don’t have to search for content like on Facebook.

Not to mention there is one major difference between Tsu and Facebook, Tsu will pay you for your content. You read that right! Tsu pays you for your content. See Facebook gets rich off of people selling their soul to the devil that is Facebook, without anything in return. Ok Facebook did give me censorship, grief, and headache in return. If people aren’t willing to share content for the sake of just getting their own content out there, Facebook won’t make any money. So it’s the same flaw as MySpace had, there is really no incentive for you to stay on Facebook, or even to keep using it. I have to say Richard Stallman was completely right about Facebook. It is not a safe platform for journalists like me. While I doubt Tsu would still get Stallman’s love, I think it’s better because at least we are getting something out of us making ourselves public. Which to me being a more libertarian individual, appeals to me. I have been censored by Facebook over the years for Pro-Israel posts, things that didn’t violate Facebook terms, things other people have posted on pages I was merely a staff member of, and at times it appears as if I am being punished merely for the association with some people who are more outspoken.

Facebook is threatened by Tsu, and a declining number of people sharing on Facebook
Facebook is threatened by Tsu, and a declining number of people sharing on Facebook

One thing that is interesting, is it seems many of the people who are on Tsu, are people who were in a similar situation as me. Where we have been wrongfully punished by Facebook. My prediction is that as time goes on, the problems with Facebook will grow and grow. Facebook is really threatened by Tsu, to the point they were blocking Tsu.co until news outlets started picking it up. As Richard Stallman pointed out, this is not Facebook’s first attempts at censorship.

Tsu seems to be the response of people who are disappointed with Facebook
Tsu seems to be the response of people who are disappointed with Facebook

If you want to try out Tsu.co, my short name is Alonmg

Author: Alon Ganon

I serve as a technology research associate for DTG3D. I am a technology specialist, very focused on understanding the details and applications of new technology trends. With a background in Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems, I provide practical approaches to the integration of new technology into an IT and general business environment. I am currently is involved in the analysis of augmented and virtual reality systems. I also spend my free time advocating for freedom in software, and in all facets of our life. I have been working on computers since I was 4 years old under my father's company DTG3D. I built my first computer at 7 years old, and I am primarily self taught and self trained in regards to the majority of his IT skills due to decades of being surrounded by technology everyday. My philosophy is, "You are not dead, until you stop learning."

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