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 to refresh your work-from home-routine for the next season – As we near the fall season, here are some ways we can successfully continue our work-from-home experience.
Researchers found the manual for the world’s oldest surviving computer – The Z4 was built in 1945, runs on tape, takes up most of a room, and needs several people to operate it. Researchers hope that by having the manual they will be able to better understand how it all works.
The single collaboration tip your virtual team needs for remote productivity – As teams continue to work apart, how can they continue collaborating virtually without risking burnout?
Exclusive: With the new Xbox, Microsoft unveils affordable design for the masses – An interview with Microsoft’s design team about crafting its upcoming generation of consoles.
This is how mentorship relationships should adapt to the pandemic – Nearly all of our relationships look different now. Here’s how mentors and mentees can adjust.
3 signs you need to take a break from work – More time working does not necessarily mean more productivity. We all need to step away for a bit. The article lists a few warning signs that you ought to take a break.
Microsoft’s Project HSD is all about holographic storage for the cloud – While their Project Silica hopes to address the cold storage needs for archival purposes, Microsoft hopes that Project HSD will one day lead to improved storage in situations where the data needs to be written and read repeatedly.