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.
5 Mistakes We Make When We’re Overwhelmed – When we’re overwhelmed during busy and challenging times, the way we react can actually make things worse. Here are five patterns we can fall into and how we can avoid them.
Why your late-night eureka moment is not enough – To bring your brilliant idea to life, you need to test out your concept and gather trusted feedback.
Microsoft Teams’ new reading feature helps students during the pandemic and beyond – Microsoft is adding a new Reading Progress feature to Microsoft Teams. Designed to help students improve their reading fluency, this feature allows students to record themselves reading. This gives teachers the ability to assess the accuracy and more.
New Spectre attack once again sends Intel and AMD scrambling for a fix – Since 2018, Spectre has kept Intel and AMD scrambling to develop defenses that mitigate chip vulnerabilities. Researchers now say they’ve devised a new attack that breaks most—if not all—of those on-chip defenses.
Planning Our Passwordless Future – Could we get to the point where we no longer need passwords?
Help! How Can I Be a Better Mentor? – Some advice for a mentor wanting to be as effective as they can.
Grocery stores in Poland will trial an AI pricing system for reducing food waste – A startup called Wasteless has developed a system that automatically reduces the price of perishable food items the longer they are on store shelves. The closer a product is to its best before date, the cheaper it will be to buy.