Inventory Report to XML

Lately I seem to be answering a number of PowerShell XML related questions. When that happens I figure its time for an example. I have a script that I think originally was posted in a forum. I apologize that I didn't note where it came from. But I've enhanced it (as I am likely to do). The script reads a bare bones XML file of computernames and builds a new XML file with inventory information such as operating system, computer system, logical disks and more retrieved from WMI. My script will hopefully serve as examples for working with XML files. I also use Write-Progress so that you can track what the script is doing.
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Get TweeterTagged User

If you use Twitter and like to script, especially in PowerShell, then I think you'll like this. A new site, TweeterTags.com has launched that allows you to tag your Twitter profile. The upshot is that this makes it easier to discover like-minded individuals. So let's say I want to find all the PowerShell tagged users, here's how I can do it directly from PowerShell with a simple script.
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