In 1936 Ayn Rand was no fan of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal programs. So it may come as a surprise to fans of Rand that the libertarian icon took money from the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Theatre Project. Like a lot of money.
Between 1936 and 1943, the Works Progress Administration produced about 2,000 posters to publicize everything from civic events to national parks. They're gorgeous. So gorgeous that graphic designer Steven Thomas used them as inspiration for his latest project: See America.
Security-minded wireless users have long switched from the weak WEP encryption to WPA or WPA2 on their wireless routers. WPA and WPA2 are slightly more secure than WEP, which can be cracked within seconds with the right tool.