Get caught up on how Black Friday 2016 stacked up with previous years. Did you get everything you wanted? Do you feel ashamed because you participated? Here’s your cleanser.
The best way to avoid big hub airports and the TSA while traveling is to use OpenAirplane’s new service, FlyOtto. John Rosin tells us what FlyOtto is all about and how you can save time and heartache during travel!
The election is over, but the animosity is strong. Who’s to blame for swaying the election? And should people be punished for their opinions? All this, and some good news over at 1871 on this weeks Technori Feed!
The veterans at Bunker Labs HQ in Chicago are more than willing to help other veterans get started in their own business (ad)ventures! All it takes is a little confidence and a big idea.
Get out and #VOTE. But first, learn some more about what will be voted on this cycle. Plus, show some love for veterans and come see next week’s Technori showcase!
Breather is breaking ground in the short term rental office space in a way as efficient, if not more so than AirBnB is in the residential space. Listen in as we get to the bottom of this expanding app with Technori Story host John Rosin and Breather growth manager, Daniela Bolzmann.
Vine is no more, Groupon buys LivingSocial, and the FCC is actually doing some good by protecting your privacy! This week’s episode of The Feed offers this and so much more. Shoutout to kCura!
Actor Bryan Cranston stopped in at Chicago Ideas Week to discuss his new book “A Life in Parts.” Ideas Week founder Brad Keywell led the discussion and asked Cranston what the “Breaking Bad” star would write as his final words. Cranston then offered a piece of wisdom relatable to entreprenuers and curious-folk alike.
Did you know polling systems STILL use the obsolete Windows XP to pick our president? Technori Stories host John Rosin will fill you in on this and more. Thanks to Chicago Ideas for the informative panel on #NationalSecurity!
Calvin Young presents Sky-Farmer, a Chicago-based startup that provides a device and software platform farmers can use to gather data about their crops. Young presented at the Technori showcase downtown Chicago in March 2016.