From social media to PR, email to SEO: 20 years' worth of experience.
Hardcore digital native, with roots in coding, databases and servers (linux/unix stack SVP).
Builds passionate, empowered teams that take ownership and have fun.
Brand/product and marketing strategies for some of Canada's biggest digital media brands.
Team leader and advocate for best possible user value as the key to success.
Angie has been online since 1993 and on the web since 1994, which either makes her extremely dedicated, extremely geeky, or both. She has not yet decided. She is a self-professed information addict who reads voraciously both offline and on.
She's Mom to a vivacious stepdaughter, a taciturn stepson and two pugs. She also likes to talk about herself in the third person. It might be the caffeine. We're conducting tests to be sure.
Angie makes her home in the urban jungle of Toronto. She is available to meet over tea (no coffee, alas) if you ask very nicely. An offer of bacon might move things along.
The site originally featured over 1000 posts - offsite links with commentary, and in-depth pieces on whatever online topic amused me. In spring of 2012, however, I realized it was time to let go, moving my 12 year blogging history to my own personal archives. My very first post was in July of 2000 and, frighteningly enough, discusses the "new" Internet Explorer 5.5 upgrade. Yees. (Saved you. You're welcome.)