I’ve moved! My new blog is now at www.knowledgehunter.net so come read there!
This page is the past and current projects that I’ve written about on this blog. I’ve put this list here to facilitate readers in the event that they want to check out a reference I made to an older project or are curious what kinds of things I’m interested in and have done. Projects are added here in groups, long after I have written about them, so checking the front page is the fastest way to find out what I’m up to right now.
Arranged by date (year.month.day)
The Easiest Way to Root a Galaxy Note 10.1 (2013.05.27)
Using Python 3 on Ubuntu 12.04 (2013.05.14)
Teaching Windows 8 and Ubuntu Linux to Share (2013.05.08)
My name is Charlton Julius and I am an Information Systems professional currently working in the medical field. My hobby is technology and luckily also my career. I am a big proponent of the open-source community but have extensive training and experience in proprietary systems like Windows. I have been working in Telecommunications for about eight years, and have been interested in technology of all kinds since I was old enough to type on a Commodore 64/128.
About this Blog
The purpose of this blog is to explore the technology that interests me. I intend to use this as an area for fielding new ideas, exploring established ones and reinterpreting both.
I also intend to start chronicling my various projects that I undertake in an attempt to both help others who wish to start them and to get feedback on better and more efficient methods. My projects are not to be seen as “How-To” guides, but merely as a general map as to how I approached and completed them (hopefully).
I post a blog entry every Monday that focuses on something relevant that I wish to discuss or a longer, more detailed post that focuses on a single aspect of technology, software, hardware or a current project.
Of course I reserve the right to update my posts and to change my mind as time goes on. I may love something at one point, but hate it later or vice versa. I also reserve the right to take down, edit or block the users of any posts that I do not feel adds to the discussion at hand.