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.
How Microsoft Flight Simulator Returned to the Skies – A look at how this iconic “game” is making its comeback.
How to create serendipitous employee connections while remote – Nurturing a dynamic work culture isn’t easy, but it can be even more challenging when your team cannot communicate face-to-face.
Mac OS 8 is now an app you can download and install on macOS, Windows, and Linux – Looking for a hit of Macintosh nostalgia?
Your next smartphone will be a lot harder to scratch – Scratch prevention keeps improving. A look at how Corning’s next version of Gorilla Glass will not only fend off scratches better but also survive being dropped.
How Scientists Encoded “The Wizard of Oz” Into DNA – Researchers have unveiled a protocol to shuffle large data stores into strands of genetic material. The work could jumpstart a new field of high-density, long-term data storage.
Hackers actively exploit high-severity networking vulnerabilities – Cisco discloses information about a bug that can allow unauthenticated access of networks run by many Fortune 500 companies and government organizations.
An unprecedented Nintendo leak turns into a moral dilemma for archivists – A massive source code leak has been a boon for video game historians – but it’s not without controversy.