Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article we’d didn’t include and you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.

A Farewell for iTunes – The impact of iTunes cannot be overstated. From jukebox and device manager to music store, it holds a special place in the history of digital media.

Is High Quality Software Worth the Cost? – We are used to trade-offs between quality and cost. But what if that doesn’t exist when it comes to software? Martin Fowler shows how high-quality software is actually cheaper to produce.

How AI Could Help Small Businesses – While this is just a fictional example of AI, it also shows many emerging opportunities that could impact small business.

I create presentations at Microsoft. Here’s how I avoid “Death by PowerPoint” – Five tips from a pro for getting your message across in a way that’s clear, comprehensible, and maybe even enjoyable.

The Innovator’s DNA – From the Oldie but Goodie file. Some skills and tips for innovators and leaders.

One way to instantly level up your color skills – Color can bring life to a project or help with brand messaging. But sometimes our creative outputs are lacking something. Here’s one tip that can help find that missing piece.

How a Quantum Computer Could Break 2048-Bit RSA Encryption in 8 Hours – A new study shows that quantum technology will catch up with today’s encryption standards much sooner than expected. This should worry anyone needing to securely store data for 25 years or so.

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