DPL Reading List – May 29, 2020
| May 29, 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.
You can now play Microsoft’s new surf game inside the Edge browser – Microsoft created a fun Easter egg for its Edge browser, and it’s now available for everyone to play.
The Key to Building a Successful Remote Organization? Data. – As work has become more remote, teams don’t have the same types of interactions, and decision making is a bit more asynchronous. Here’s a story about how leaders can help their organizations remain strong even while teams are apart.
You’re saying it wrong: How to say oft-mispronounced tech terms – Ars researched readers’ tech term pronunciation debates and present their findings.
We’re still working from home months later. These are the habits to keep in place – We can remain flexible, but we also need to settle into more defined boundaries.
Nvidia’s AI recreates Pac-Man from scratch just by watching it being played – No coding, no pre-rendered images. The AI model is simply fed in-game action and controller inputs. The result is a game that is playable by humans.
This Classic Calculator Was Literally Reverse Engineered From the Bare Metal – It was slow and sometimes inaccurate, but the Sinclair was also accessible to many who might not have been able to afford other scientific calculators on the market.
Laughter Will Keep Your Team Connected — Even While You’re Apart – Isolation severely curtails social interaction, which leads to decreased laughter and a reduction in chemicals that our bodies need. Here are five steps that can foster laughter in remote teams.