Why Students and Educators Need To Attend Events Like FITC

May 1st, 2013

Attending this year’s Future Innovation Technology Creativity (FITC) event in Toronto with a number of Georgian College students and instructors, I was encouraged to see so many students participating in the show. For someone beginning their career in ICT, it is so vitally important that they make the time to attend events like FITC to […]

Why Learn Flash?

August 16th, 2011

Why is it, that in 2011, one would want to learn how to work with the Adobe Flash authoring software–particularly as the trend moves us steadily toward a more mobile web experience where Flash is quickly being supplemented with HTML5 and CSS3 interaction or being dropped altogether?

Moving On with HTML5 & CSS3

September 13th, 2010

With the design of this blog rolling out nearly four years ago, much of the way I’ve built mccrindle.com is getting a little long in the tooth. So–I’ve decided that before I unleash my new HTML5/CSS3 skills on unsuspecting corporate clients and NGOs, I’m going to test it on myself. Read more…

My Dad Teams Up With Al Gore

March 30th, 2008

The Climate Project CanadaFrom a pool of over one thousand applicants for the Canadian contingency of Al Gore’s The Climate Project, my father, Ian McCrindle was one of two hundred selected to present ‘The Slide Show’. I cannot think of a more suitable person to help communicate the global challenge we all face at the moment. Read more…

First GO Train Out Of Barrie

December 17th, 2007

The first GO Train rolls into Barrie South stationThe wind and snow had barely subsided from a massive snow storm the day before as an eager crowd of commuters fumbled their way in the dark toward the new Barrie South GO Train platform. Read more…