DPL Reading List – April 3, 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.
Yale’s most popular course ever teaches the science of being happy. Now you can take it for free online – It’s backed by science and is Yale’s most popular course ever.
Microsoft Edge is becoming the browser you didn’t know you needed – Microsoft wants us to raise our expectations for what a browser can be, and their new Edge seems to be delivering.
Bored at home? These 5 new books will spark your creativity – Tap into your creativity or learn some new artistic skills with these books.
How Managers Can Support Remote Employees – How managers can increase productivity and maintain healthy communication channels for their teams as remote work is now the norm for many.
Stop watching Netflix and tackle these 8 tech projects instead – Have a little extra free time lately? Check out these project ideas.
New Approach Could Protect Control Systems From Hackers – This algorithm creates “background noise” during data transmission to alert officials to hacking.
10 Digital Miscommunications — and How to Avoid Them – As more of us are working remotely, we’re learning and adapting to new ways of communicating. Here are some steps to avoid miscommunication.