With six wins out of six to Liam Milton and Keith Kinset (Monkstone PC) from the WPA
, and four wins out of six were taken by the BIG team, Hugh Morris and Mathew Morris (PILCS PC).
Because each WPA
password must be hashed thousands of times, a typical computer can guess perhaps just 300 passwords per second, while other password crackers can process hundreds of thousands of words per second.
Many people wonder if anything like the WPA
will ever happen again.
The American Federation of Labor almost crippled the original WPA
by demanding that it pay union wages.
also voted to admit -- without conditions -- a splinter group of Soviet psychiatrists known as the Independent Psychiatric Association.
were pleased to award the Most Improved Player of the Year Award to Jayne Hayman, of Wenvoe PC, who has excelled in her enthusiasm to play petanque as often as possible, entering competitions and the league.
This year, WPA
received more than 1,200 entries from 24 states west of the Mississippi River.
In 1935, the WPA
writers' project provided unemployed white- and blue-collar workers throughout the country with work as government writers producing state, regional, and community guides.
Rather than relying on a predefined shared key, WPA
For more than half a century, the WPA
ex-slave narratives collection from the late 1930s Federal Writers' Project has remained virtually invisible to all but historians and a few other interested scholars.
One of the goals of WPA
administrator Harry Hopkins was to give people jobs appropriate to their skills, talents, and experience.
Cost-effective and turnkey, WPA
eliminates an institution's dependence on equipment purchases/leases, hardware and software licenses and maintenance and server integration fees, while offering its student community enhanced convenience and cutting-edge printing technology.