What Online and Mobile Commerce Growth Means For Business Intelligence

E-commerce is a long-established form of business that has been growing steadily since its start in the 1990s. As mobile devices continue to increase in popularity and technology becomes more robust and dynamic, mobile commerce is exploding with new growth opportunities, according to Business Insider. Taking advantage of Business Analytics and Optimization will be a key issue for IT managers seeking insight from social, web and mobile data.
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Mailpile Team Wants To "Take Back Email"

Software Developers in Iceland are developing a free encrypted open source email service to compete with large email providers.
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Reports Online Speculate Bankster Slayings and Discuss $43 Trillion Fund Transfers

The following YouTube video comes from a Coast to Coast AM Radio broadcast speculating on a series of events that would make for a mystery suspense novel, if they weren't surrounding true events. A CNBC story was allegedly posted online and taken down after reporting on Spire Law Firm's $43 Trillion pending lawsuit, with several high ranking bank cartel members named and a huge list of alleged victims and claimants stemming from alleged fraud and other activity dating back to around 2008.

Edward Snowden Update

Edward Snowden is facing serious repercussions from his actions of leaking so-called state secrets (the fact that he had the ability to spy on any American at any time) from the United States government. However, it is not clear yet what those repercussions will be and Snowden recently released a public statement on WikiLeaks, saying that he does not regret the actions and in Nuremburg fashion, believes that he did the right thing by betraing U.S. government interests in the interests of the general public. He is possibly seeking asylum in Venezuela, but is in Russia right now.

Recent Tweet from MPR on Sand Fraccing

The last tweet IFR received from an email news update from Twitter recounted that "17 active silica sand mining facilities in MN, @ least 21 more in planning stages" from MPR news.

MPR got their data from the MInnesota Pollution Control Agency and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and created a map to illustrate the level of frac sand mining in Minnesota.

Rhymsayers Tweet Boasts P.O.S. at Twins vs. Yankees

Rhymesayers boastfully tweeted how P.O.S. will be taking the stage for Minnesota's local music showcase during a Twins game in July against the Yankees.

Trampled by Turtles and Fouronthefloor will also be performing.

Fed Posterboy Bernanke Sells Keyenes' Philosophy at Graduation Ceremony

Facebook's Commercialization May Become Its Worst Enemy

Mark Zuckerberg and his company Facebook celebrated one year of going public today, but some wonder if there is anything to celebrate about.

A Mashable article recently detailed the many changes Facebook has undergone since going public one year ago. Those changes reflect the ongoing focus on money for Facebook, since it has become a company with investors in the stock market that want to make money based on its ability to perform in that realm.

Another Vague Report of Alleged Planned Terrorism

CBS News released another story about an alleged terror plot that was foiled by the FBI, this time in the small Minnesota community of Montevideo. As with other major media outlets, not much was released as to how law enforcement or the FBI was led to making the arrest and getting the warrant to raid the suspected man's mobile home, where firearms and Molotov cocktails were allegedly found.

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