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Warner Brothers adds Inception, Harry Potter, and other movies to Facebook Streaming Lineup

Some of you may or may not know that Facebook has jumped on the bandwagon of the streaming movie rental business. I didn't even know about this feature of Facebook until I found out myself this past week. As I started to do a litlte research I ran across an article that indicates that Facebook, with partner Warner Brothers, is really trying to make something of this service. The latest from Warner Brothers catalog to be added to the Facebook are Inception, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, and Yogi Bear.

So how can you watch a movie via Facebook, and what does it cost? In order to rent one of these you movies you pay for them using facebook credits. <...

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EM friend Gooding will be speaking at the Conference on World Affairs

While surfing Facebook last night I ran across a post from my pal Gooding. His post indicated that he will be speaking and performing at the Conference on World Affairs (CWA). The CWA is held annually at the Univerisity of Colorado at Boulder in April, and has 100 participants representing a wide range of backgrounds that gather in Boulder for what The New York Times calls “a week-long extravaganza of discussion and debate” on approximately 200 panels, plenaries and performances. It's here that conference participants discuss issues on an impromptu basis.

Tto view the schedule and times of w...

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Reconnecting Disconnected Principals in Windchill via SQL Script

If you have your Windchill server instance setup to authenticate users against your Active Directory (AD) you will need to keep an eye on your disconnected principals (Site – Utilities – Principal Administrator – Maintenance). Disconnected principals are AD accounts that have been deleted or disabled, and Windchill is letting you know that it is unable to associate records in the WTUser table to an active AD account.

If this que is left untouched it can cause your system to behave abnormally. So it’s a good thing to check this que at least once a week. If you are seeing accounts showing up here that means that their AD accounts have ...

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