This is more than just a client profile. This is the story of how I first became a webmaster, and then a web designer, and finally, an integrator (or front-end web developer).
It was 1998. I was in my third year of Theatre Production at Ryerson University, and I was working part-time, four [...]Continue Reading →
I’m particularly fond of this one because it looks EXACTLY like something I would have drawn in high school.
Once in a while, when I have to reorganize my filing cabinet or closets, I come across stuff I did in high school, and it awakens a profound sadness in me, because I wonder how [...]Continue Reading →
Just 26 more classes and I’m done! I’m so close I can taste it.
It was great to see all the classes so full last night! SweatFest registrations were already up to 20 (from 8 on Saturday) and my prophesy that SweatFest would force b-boys to try Cardio Hip Hop and Yoga has already [...]Continue Reading →
Big announcement… I’m doing something a little nuts to celebrate the launch of Rhythm and Blues. Watch!
I’m sending this media release out to national media this morning too, so I’m utterly bound to this. Discuss!
Dancing Fool Jill Murray celebrates new YA novel Rhythm and Blues at SweatFest
Studio Sweatshop challenges [...]
I have an important event recommendation for anyone reading this in or near Toronto: My dear friends JoDee Allen and Helen Simard of Solid State Break Dance are at the Factory Theatre for the Next Stage Festival, today through Sunday at various times. The show blends two of my favourite dance forms, [...]Continue Reading →