DPL Reading List – February 7, 2020
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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 you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
Mysterious New Ransomware Targets Industrial Control Systems – It’s called EKANS and security research firms believe it is designed to target the software and hardware used in everything from oil refineries to power grids to manufacturing facilities.
How Digital Design Drives User Behavior – People often see design as a visual garnish; it makes things pretty but adds little value. But new research shows that digital design is an integral part of any product or service.
How to Remember More of What You Read – To remember what we read, we need to purposefully make mental connections between what we take in and what we already know.
How to Leave Work at Work – We all need mental breaks in order to do our best work. To help with that, we need to establish a set time away. Here are four steps on how to set boundaries and leave work at work.
Forget the Cybertruck: This is the most important Tesla product no one is talking about – Tesla is just one example of a company moving into a different industry. And their hopes for success are all based on data they collect.
6 ways to stop overthinking – If you find yourself entering the realm of overthinking, try these six steps to get back on track.
Battle of the Video Codecs: Coding-Efficient VVC vs. Royalty-Free AV1 – Two emerging options could take on HEVC, which may prove helpful as video resolutions increase and growth of streaming continues.