DPL Reading List – May 1, 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.
Quarantine work is not Remote work – “What’s the point of this post? To remind you, the new remote worker, that this isn’t normal. This isn’t really representative of remote work.”
25+ Useless Code Comments People Actually Wrote In Their Code. – Let’s all have a laugh at these crazy comments.
How a nonprofit you’ve never heard of made the web safer for everyone – By making encryption free and easy, Let’s Encrypt solved one of the web’s biggest problems.
From bar trivia to fantasy role-playing, Zoom is the world’s new game room – How we’re moving beyond the idea that online gaming is a solitary experience.
Empathy Starts with Curiosity – One CEO explains how we should use this time to slow down, listen, and be present.
Why the Macintosh idea has survived and thrived since 1984 – Why the idea and promise of the Macintosh are still felt today.
Physicists Clear the Air With a Sweet Frickin’ Laser Beam – These laser pulses produce a shockwave that pushes water vapor aside – clearing channels through clouds for optical data from satellites.