Tsu le nouveau réseau social qui vous fait gagner de l’argent

Le paysage social media est en pleine évolution. Les messageries instantanées se multiplient et plusieurs nouveaux paradigmes sont proposés, tous en opposition avec le modèle Facebook. Nous avons dernièrement vu naître Ello qui propose un réseau entièrement sans publicité. L’engouement pour Ello s’est vite dégonflé mais le réseau vient tout de même de lever plus de 5 millions de dollars… Autre OVNI dans le paysage, Tsu qui se propose de vous payer pour l’utiliser.


Lancé il y a quelques jours, Tsu repose sur un postulat unique dans le paysage social media : vous êtes payé pour utiliser le réseau, poster, et inviter vos amis. Tsu ne récupère que 10% des revenus publicitaires, les 90% restant sont redistribués aux utilisateurs selon l’engagement et le nombre de vues de leurs posts. Le réseau fonctionne par invitation, il suffit de cliquer sur mon profil Tsu, dans le tweet ci-dessous, pour pouvoir vous inscrire. En utilisant cette invitation, je toucherai une partie de vos futurs revenus. Cette mécanique est censée accélérer les invitations et les inscriptions.

5 Scientific Secrets to Naps That Will Make You Happier and Smarter


For many of us, more hours of shut-eye at night just doesn’t seem to be in the cards. Is there anything we can do? Yes.

Naps. Wonderful, glorious naps.

They’re not a full-on substitute for lack of sleep but they can do much more than you think and in less time than you’d guess.

Without them, you’re going to be a mess. Here’s why.

Wanna Be Dumb And Ugly?

Lack of sleep not only makes you ugly and sick, it also makes you dumb: missing shut-eye makes 6th graders as smart as 4th graders.

And if that’s not enough, lack of sleep contributes to an early death.

Via Night School:

Starting in the mid-1980s, researchers from University College London spent twenty years examining the relationship between sleep patterns and life expectancy in more than 10,000 British civil servants. The results, published in 2007, revealed that participants…

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This App Can Scan and Solve Math Equations Instantly

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A viral video about a new app looks like a dream come true for anyone who struggles with math.

Based on the promo clip, PhotoMath, dubbed a « smart camera calculator, » appears to use smartphone cameras to scan a photo of a math equation in a textbook and display the answer instantly — similar to apps that scan barcodes and takes users to a link in a web browser. It looks like the app can also show step-by-step instructions for solving the problem.

PhotoMath’s parent company MicroBLINK launched the app this week at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe in London, TechCrunch reports. It is available in the App Store on iTunes.

MORE: Really Hard Math Problems With Friends: A New Way to Prep for the SAT and ACT

Read next: 50 Best iPhone Apps, 2014 Edition

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9 Terrible Habits You Need to Stop Immediately

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This post is in partnership with Inc., which offers useful advice, resources and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners. The article below was originally published at Inc.com.

Author Tim Ferriss suggests some common bad habits you should definitely add to your not-to-do-list.

Perhaps you’ve heard of a « not-to-do list. » CEOs and productivity experts recommend the idea highly as a huge productivity booster that will help you free up time and headspace for all the things that really matter.

Sounds great. But what should go on it? Best-selling author Tim Ferriss has some ideas. In a recent short podcast he offered nine suggestions of bad work habits that many entrepreneurs and others desperately need to eliminate (chances are you are doing at least a couple of these–I’m personally massively guilty of two and five), so there is almost certainly something here that can boost your output.


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