It's not "by default" - it's just because they already have a iMessage window open with you. This whole "article" sounds kinda "contrived".
Yes, but they don't poll everyone. Margin of error, my friend.
They took physical possession of the wallet.
So you tested 5 drives to determine how WD is doing with hard drives? Strong work.
5 years is an average PhD in my field. I finished in 4+, so it took me 8+. I think you are off by 50% or so.
I'm not sure where you got your information, but this is NOT the case. Those numbers are basically a recommendation.
You've inadvertently made my point. Every postdoc thinks that the academic track (straight to tenure and maybe dean!) is for them, since they 'made it' to the postdoc stage. It is possible that the postdoc struggle [e.g., a second or third(!!) post doc] is a sign that the person isn't cut out for the academic career. Ask a well-respected, well-funded tenured professor what their postdoc was like. Then ask a struggling assistant professor. I think you might get different answers, and I believe these answers are predictive rather than random.
If you haven't heard "The Bitter End" segment from Radiolab, I highly recommend a listen: http://www.radiolab.org/story/262588-bitter-end/
Postdocs aren't all bad. I'm convinced that the issue with academia is that everyone thinks they are outstanding. As a result, postdocs that have a rough time of it blame the postdoc, not themselves. In other words, I made a decent wage and had normal hours. YMMV.
This post seems to suggest that American adults are just grown up American kids...
This is basically Breaking Bad's fault for sucking at numbering their series.
> This is a way to crowd out a gaggle of perfectly-good $2 cables in favor of their $20 cables. Apple thinks those $2 cables suck, since they make $20 less on them than their cables.
Their phones DO come with a cable. It's not like you have to pay extra to get one. They are just trying to protect their customers from dying because they buy cheap knockoffs.
Of course they buy exploits. Why wouldn't they? I would be somewhat surprised if they didn't leverage every available tool..
Everything is a 'computer'...