DPL Reading List – April 17, 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.
Digital hoarders: “Our terabytes are put to use for the betterment of mankind” – Can data hoarders actually be digital archivists?
Dyson’s 44 experiments will teach your kids engineering, and they’re free – There’s no lack of educational projects online for kids these days, but here are some from the Dyson engineers.
Do you even 10-key, bro? Our homage to the classic keyboard standard – A bygone relic of an old computing era or a productivity must?
Microsoft Thinks Coronavirus Will Forever Change the Way We Work and Learn – Companies like Microsoft are already seeing how work habits are changing.
The coronavirus pandemic turned Folding@Home into an exaFLOP supercomputer – How COVID-19 grew this distributed computing program to be bigger than most supercomputers.
How to keep networking even when you’re quarantined – Networking may be even more important now. Here are a few ways to keep it going in the midst of isolation.
How to Elevate Your Presence in a Virtual Meeting – Consider these 6 recommendations for your next online meeting.