Enabling Legacy Status Icons In Pop!_OS

As we mentioned back in Episode 6, I had installed Pop!OS on my desktop. The design of the Pop!_OS interface is very streamlined and minimal to allow you to focus on things without as many distractions as you’ll frequently see in competing operating systems. That’s pretty awesome, but sometimes I want distractions… namely the ones… Continue reading Enabling Legacy Status Icons In Pop!_OS

Unusually Pink Updates: Dropbox, Password Managers, and Ad Blocking

This will be one of those weird amalgam posts featuring multiple only mildly-related topics but which are too short to be a post in their own right. I though it would be helpful to provide some updates on a few things that Brandi and I have talked about in some of our past episodes. They’re… Continue reading Unusually Pink Updates: Dropbox, Password Managers, and Ad Blocking

PowerShell: Export Non-Standard and Multi-Value AD Attributes to CSV

I’ve recently been spending a lot of my time at work doing PowerShell scripting for a project that’s currently underway. While working on a bit of code late last week I ran into two interesting problems that I had yet to really stumble across despite doing heavy PowerShell scripting against Active Directory for nearly a… Continue reading PowerShell: Export Non-Standard and Multi-Value AD Attributes to CSV