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.
A Sealed Copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 Just Sold for a World Record Price of $156,000 – 2020 has been a notable year for video game collectibles…but the prices they command are definitely out of reach for most of us.
The psychological benefits of writing by hand – Many studies have been done on the benefits of writing notes by hand instead of typing them. Here is what we’ve learned.
Make Mindfulness a Habit – Research and anecdotal evidence has shown the benefits of mindfulness. This article lays out four tips on making mindfulness a more regular part of our lives.
Abusive add-ons aren’t just a Chrome and Firefox problem. Now it’s Edge’s turn – Google and Mozilla have been fighting for years against malicious extensions in their respective stores. Now it is Microsoft’s turn to help protect their users against fraudulent and often dangerous add-ons.
Struggling to Solve a Problem? Try Reframing It. – How you frame a problem impacts how you go about solving it. When faced with a problem, careful consideration of its definition may set your team on a better course toward solving it. In short, wording matters.
6 must-read books for startup leaders navigating the pandemic – This venture capitalist has pulled together a list of six essential books for entrepreneurs weathering this time in history.
Deep Neural Networks Are Helping Decipher How Brains Work – Neuroscientists are finding that deep-learning networks, can be good models for the organization of living brains.