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.
3 steps to start tackling your ‘productivity fatigue’ – Some tips on reframing your idea of getting stuff done as life slowly returns to normal.
Inside the glass fibers connecting our wireless world – You’ve heard of fiber optic cables for telecommunications, but how much do you actually know about them? Check out the video in this article.
Intel, Nvidia, TSMC execs agree: Chip shortage could last into 2023 – Multiple tech executives have offered their own dismal estimates as part of their usual public financial disclosures, with the worst one coming in at “a couple of years.”
Visual Studio 2022 – A look at the new enhancements coming to VS 2022, which will be released as a public preview this summer.
Quantum Internet: A Revolution in Knowledge Is Almost a Reality – This work brings us one step closer to the quantum internet, which holds the promise of high levels of security, privacy, and the ability to solve complex problems that current computing cannot achieve.
Nvidia’s Supercomputing CPU Puts Intel Under Pressure – Named after computer science pioneer Grace Hopper, Nvidia’s CPU hopes to make a splash in the high-performance computing space.
Everybody hates “FLoC,” Google’s tracking plan for Chrome ads – Google is moving away from tracking cookies, but their replacement is getting a cold reception from organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Mozilla, Brave, Vivaldi, and DuckDuckGo.