Profile

Cover photo
Michael Bellerue
89 followers|43,354 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

Michael Bellerue

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
 
Wow. All of this in only 6 months. Well done, well done indeed!
1
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Hello google plus! How was your day?
1
Andrea “The Great” Huwald's profile photoLisa Kachold's profile photo
2 comments
 
Interesting!
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
My machine was humming along, minding its own business when I noticed it was still a member of the workgroup workgroup. So I changed it to Skynet so it can match the other machines in the house. Reboot, BSOD before Windows even fully starts up. Nice.
1
Michael Bellerue's profile photo
3 comments
 
Well then I guess it's good that I wasn't able to waste my time on it. :)

Oh, and what I said before isn't entirely accurate. Due to various things, I did have to entrust the Guybrush VM to Windows. Obviously, I got burned. But Linux picks up Windows' slack nicely and saves the fucking day...again. Ubuntu LiveCD, mount the NAS, mount the harddrive, copy the VM off. Fortunately the VM is only 15GB.
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Wtf, words with friends? Mentat is not a real word? I don't think you and i move in the same circles.
1
Keith Kolb's profile photoLisa Kachold's profile photo
2 comments
 
It pays to limit the dictionaries at start time; doncha agree?
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
For those of you playing the Powershell home game, searching recursively for something might've been troublesome. In command and cmd, you might've done something like this:

dir /s partial_file_name*

And then called it a day. Microsoft thought that was too easy, so they removed the ability to just search from where you're at and move down the various directories. You now have to specify where to start from.

get-childitem 'starting_path' partial_file_name* -recurse

or

dir -r 'starting_path' partial_file_name*

The reason this is important is because Powershell has the ability to browse network shares without mapping a network drive. You can browse completely by UNC path. So in my case I can get to my file server, Codex, and it's file share Fileworld like so.

PS C:\Users\mbelle> cd \\codex\fileworld
PS Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\FileSystem::\\codex\fileworld> dir -r '.\Mykie Docs' wowauth.txt

And oh look, there's the text file with my WoW authenticator code. The command prompts are comical at first, and irritating as balls when you look at them for more than a second.

And finally, no. Microsoft STILL has not figured out how to make a terminal window dynamically resizable.
1
Michael Bellerue's profile photoAdrian Preston's profile photo
5 comments
 
LOL.

Also, why did they make Powershell instead of just improving cmd?
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Oh dear. I guess it hadn't really sunk in that I'll have to be using/supporting Lotus Notes. Ick. Why do people still use this crap?
1
Adrian Preston's profile photo
 
Just to piss you off.
Add a comment...
Have him in circles
89 people
Jennifer Curdy's profile photo
James Allard's profile photo
Kellic AnonymousTiger's profile photo
Christopher Yang's profile photo
Max Caukin's profile photo
Martel Supial's profile photo
Tyler Akins's profile photo
Alonzo Orion's profile photo
Adam Graves's profile photo

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Yeah, screw bluetooth ear pieces. I was in the car for two hours this morning and my phone only raeched 70% from being at 40%. 30 min and go. That's how it should be.
1
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
mmmmmm....tasty
1
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Stephen Fry is Mycroft. Sherlock Holmes 2 is fucking epic. Go see it. Like right now.
2
Peter Gamache's profile photo
 
Capital idea!
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
When will they reboot Robo Cop?
1
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Facebook implemented security measures a while back that would not allow you to log in from a device you've never used before. I had logged in via my droid and told fb to remember me. When these measures were implemented, i would go to fb, most of the page would load but none of my friends statuses would load. No error, just fuck you. But if i used the navigation buttons, i could get to my friends and even update my own status.

Great attempt at security there, Facebook.
1
Michael Bellerue's profile photoPeter Gamache's profile photoChuck Hardin's profile photoLorie Johnson's profile photo
5 comments
 
Con't..... a way to prompt us if we were still logged in elsewhere?
Add a comment...

Michael Bellerue

Shared publicly  - 
 
Having lunch up in Fargo. Enjoying SB&T's hospitality. Going to hop on their help desk shortly after lunch. Trial by fire. ... Bring it. :)
1
Add a comment...
People
Have him in circles
89 people
Jennifer Curdy's profile photo
James Allard's profile photo
Kellic AnonymousTiger's profile photo
Christopher Yang's profile photo
Max Caukin's profile photo
Martel Supial's profile photo
Tyler Akins's profile photo
Alonzo Orion's profile photo
Adam Graves's profile photo
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Story
Tagline
A case study in Oreo dunking madness.
Links
Contributor to