DPL Reading List – May 8, 2020
| May 8, 2020 | in
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.
The three early, maddening viruses that shook the world—and Microsoft – Former Microsoft executive Steven Sinofsky looks back at how three computer viruses changed software design.
Ford shares a year’s worth of self-driving car data – Ford is releasing a comprehensive self-driving dataset to academics and researchers – including a plug-in with visualization tools.
This Is Why You Can’t Remember Yesterday – “Without novel experiences to demarcate one day or week from the next, the shape of time can bend and stretch in disorienting ways.”
This app lets stores create a digital line to help enforce social distancing – This new app enables stores to manage the flow of customers digitally so customers can wait inside their cars or in a nearby park until it’s time to shop.
Who Invented Radio: Guglielmo Marconi or Aleksandr Popov? – How you answer this question depends on where you are from. An interesting look at the early history of the radio.
We still stink at passwords, and there’s really no excuse – People know they shouldn’t recycle passwords, but many still continue dangerous practices.
How Organizations Can Ramp Up Their Cybersecurity Efforts Right Now – Cyberattacks have increased in the past several weeks. Here are some ways to help keep your company safe.