This has made for an all Windows PowerShell all the time kind of week. It began with breakfast with Microsoft MVPs, Kirk Munro and Shane Hoey, and it ended with me teaching a four-day class. In the intervening time, there was a Scripting Guys booth at the TechNet/MSDN open house, and various evening events with the product group and MVPs. It has been a tremendously invigorating week. Everywhere I went people were talking about Windows PowerShell.
In this code, the Get-WinEvent cmdlet retrieves all of the event logs. The EA is an alias for the ErrorAction parameter. The value SilentlyContinue for the ErrorAction parameter tells Windows PowerShell to hide any non-terminating errors and to continue processing commands. This causes Windows PowerShell to skip any logs that my currently logged on, non-elevated profile does not have access to read. The Where-Object cmdlet receives the resulting collection of event logs via the Windows PowerShell pipeline. The filter used for the Where-Object cmdlet looks for event logs that have at least one event contained in the log ($_.recordcount). In addition, (-AND) the filter looks for a lastwritetime property that is greater than (-gt) midnight today ([datetime]::today). The Foreach-Object cmdlet processes the collection of event logs that have records written today, by retrieving the most recent event from the log. The output from the previous command is shown in the following image.
But these urban statistics tell us nothing about the large economic, social, political and demographic changes that underpinned them. These include the multiplication in the size of the world's economy, the shift in economic activities and employment structures from agriculture to industry and services (and within services to information production and exchange), and the virtual disappearance of colonial empires.
The communication theory of social exchange says that people communicate with others with the expectation that their communication will be equally reciprocated. For example, if you reach out to someone at a networking event, you might assume that they will respond with the same desire and enthusiasm.
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