Should SEGA Stop Making Sonic Games?

Sonic’s Newest Awful Adventure Raises the Question. Sonic Forces, released on November 7, is SEGA‘s 90th Sonic game to date, or very close to it. And it’s… not very good. For the last decade or so Sonic games have been… not very good. Even with the success of Generations and Colors, Sonic Team’s creations have…

Non-profits deserve recognition

Non-profits are on the front lines of combating violence and inequality in America. They deserve more attention. Get a run down of what role non-profits play in America. Also, Ryan Pollock from T4Youth drops in to talk about his ping-pong tournament that raises money for the Chicago Tech Academy. Trala creator Sam Walder also drops…

The Feed: Your phone might make you dumber

Your phone might make you dumber THE FEED IS HERE TO INVADE YOUR SCREEN!Get the latest on techie ping pong, JB Pritzker and the Outcome Health scandal. Posted by Technori on Thursday, November 9, 2017 THE FEED IS HERE TO INVADE YOUR SCREEN! Get the latest on techie ping pong, JB Pritzker and the Outcome Health scandal.

Chicago Bear Prince Amukamara invests in alma mater startup

Nebraska Startup opendorse raised $3.5 million in a Series A financing round led by Serra Ventures, Flyover Capital and a pack of Nebraska football stars including Chicago Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara. opendorse is an athlete branded-content platform that connects athletes to major brands.  opendorse, founded by two college athletes Adi Kunalic and Blake Lawrence, streamlines…

This is what disruptors should really fear

You have to play nice. Keep in mind that your startup may be cutting into the pie of a centuries old industry for the sake of innovation, cost and convenience. Sounds righteous, but it won’t be easy. At least that’s what we learned after speaking with ClearCover CEO Kyle Nakatsuji about existing in that precarious…

Using mindfulness to tackle mental disorders

Barath Anandakumar is the founder of Actiwit. Barath’s younger brother dealt with seizures and after getting training from their father, Barath’s younger brother’s health improved. Barath next wanted to find a way to make this treatment more portable. Currently Actiwit is a program that offers individualized brain tracking for children diagnosed with ADD and ADHD. But…