2014 Chevrolet Volt Production Begins 2013-07-15, Production Cadillac ELR To Debut 2013-08-18 | Inside EVs

; 2014 Chevrolet Volt Production Begins July 15th, Production Cadillac ELR To Debut August 18th; In Inside EVs; 2013-06-30.

<quote>It should be noted that although the price of the Cadillac ELR has also not yet been announced, it is probably not going to arrive at the lower end of original expectations as GM has said the re-tooling to build the ELR will cost about $35 million dollars and that the plug-Caddy will now also be a “limited” production run. We think a mid-60,000s MSRP is likely.</quote>

Secure phone app library ZRTPCPP vulnerable | The Register

Richard Chirgwin; Secure phone app library vulnerable; In The Register; 2013-06-30.

Mark (Azimuth); Attacking Crypto Phones: Weaknesses in ZRTPCPP; In Their Blog; 2013-06-27.

 void ZRtp::storeMsgTemp(ZrtpPacketBase* pkt) {   int32_t length = pkt->getLength() * ZRTP_WORD_SIZE;   memset(tempMsgBuffer, 0, sizeof(tempMsgBuffer));   memcpy(tempMsgBuffer, (uint8_t*)pkt->getHeaderBase(), length);   lengthOfMsgData = length; }

Code: wernerd/ZRTPCPP

Why boys with sisters are more likely to be Republicans | Pew Research Center

Rich Morin (Pew Research Center); Why boys with sisters are more likely to be Republicans; In Their Blog; 2013-06-27.

Andrew Healy, Neil Malhotra; Childhood Socialization and Political Attitudes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment; In Journal of Politics; 2013-06; 40 pages.

Abstract

Many scholars have argued that childhood experiences strongly impact political attitudes, but we actually have little causal evidence since many external factors that may influence preferences are correlated with the household environment. We utilize a younger sibling’s gender as an instrumental variable to identify the effect of growing up in a household with more female siblings and provide unique evidence of childhood political socialization. Having sisters causes young men to be substantially more likely to identify as Republicans and to express conservative viewpoints, particularly with regards to gender roles. We demonstrate these results in two panel surveys conducted decades apart: the Political Socialization Panel (PSP) and the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY). We also utilize NLSY data collected during childhood to uncover evidence for a potential underlying mechanism. The results demonstrate that previously understudied childhood experiences can have important causal effects on political attitude formation.