Tempo: April 17, 2015

Cuba isn’t on the terrorist list anymore. TIME thinks American air travelers shouldn’t be either, bruising the TSA. Navy “LOCUST drones” on the rise? RINOs fought “in name only” against Obama’s Iran deal. News trend: Hillary’s “relatability” is doctored, the reports really trend. Hillary files coach, UK reports as embarrassingJapan is serious about nuke plant disaster evac. Radioactive material trends in Mexican theft. Products from Israel’s West Bank are to be labeled accordingly when sold in the EU; it’s controversial. Etsy is public, up 86% first day. Review of Bitcoins: Establishing Trust In The Bitcoin Ecosystem  · · · →

Tempo: April 16, 2015

O’Reilly—and his opp guest—say much on police violence already said at @PacificDT, more in upcoming Encore. ISIS Camp in Mexico confirmed by Mexico. New F-35 jet is ready to dominate as F-16 era fades away, but nothing new is without software problems these days. Another USAF emergency landing, this time in Cali, the recent headline was in Taiwan. The controversial Patriot Act is up for another renewal. The IMF isn’t as forgiving as China’s new AIIB may be, making it hard to argue with China. Firefox is shaking up for a comeback move. Startup tech mergers are in the wind—and the wind is strong. The real cause of climate change: 5 Truths About Earth’s Magnetic Reversal.  · · · →

Tempo: April 15, 2015

An ISIS base was found 8 miles from US in Mexico. Congress whomps Obama, demoralizing hope for any veto. Police protestors shut down the Brooklyn Bridge—and that’s just the beginningGoogle’s in trouble in Europe. 4% of the people got Obamacare right. The US is prepared for a cyber attack. But the cyber team can’t attack others—right. Jerusalem and the Palestinians seem to be having secret talks, and Hamas may be in their mutual crosshairs. Philly police being investigated for targeting “white khaki males” to plant drugs. People are impersonating soldiers. And Hillary is still making headlines. Bonus: 13 Podcasts for Growing Your Business  · · · →

Tempo: April 14, 2015

Faith motivated Brandi Temple to start Lolly Wolly Doodle. Hillary still dominates news. O’Reilly thinks it’s funny. People don’t recognizer her in Ohio. But North Korea’s first lady made an appearance for the first time and makes Japan’s headlines. Net neutrality rules face Republicans. From the lift on sanctions, Hamas is getting better supplies from Iran. Bonus: 9 of the Most Common Mistakes That Will Tank a Startup  · · · →