Hi all, Ok so here's the deal, I work for a world wide recruiting company which has offices in multiple locations, for each office our sales team have a windows xp desktop connected to a flat screen(via VGA) displaying a power point presentation showing I.E. Most sales, annual income, blah blah blah, etc. Problem: There are 2 power points that get updated daily and the person updating them has to connect to each desktop in order to update them(takes time) the looping prosess we use is this: Playlist in Notepad: I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx I:\PowerPoint\DisplayPC\Current\Sales.pptx …

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UK broadcaster Channel 4 has signed a deal with YouTube to bring full TV programmes online, streamed for free. It's the first time that any broadcaster in the world has made such a comprehensive schedule of 'catch-up' programming available for free via YouTube. Of course, when I say free I mean ad-supported but that's only to be expected. With YouTube now serving some one billion video streams a day, it makes commercial sense to increase your advertising reach in this way. Financial terms are not being disclosed, but the partnership runs for an initial term of at least three years …

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