There's still no cure for the paradigm that says any artistic content on the internet can and should be free. And if people want something for nothing, there's more than a few ways to get it. But thanks to a new, locally grown website called Curensea, fans, artists and curators can cultivate their own solution. Founded by Long Beach locals Natalia Kochan and Sofia Chirico, the site is a platform designed to guide us into the Bermuda Triangle between art and commerce. People who sign up can post their own content and also tip other artists a small amount of money (with coins you can purchase on the site, each of which are worth half a penny) for the stuff other people post that catches their attention.