Mathew Ingram is a tech writer for the The Globe and Mail in Toronto. Check out his blog here. His bio from his blog:
My name is Mathew Ingram and I write about technology and business for The Globe and Mail, a newspaper in Toronto. I’m interested in the Internet and new media and Web 2.0 and lots of other topics that occur at the intersection of technology and business, and this blog is where I write about that and also link to interesting discussions that I come across on the Web. Just for the record, what I write here is my opinion only, and doesn’t represent — nor should it be associated with — my employer. I also write a blog at the Globe, which is here.
I was born in Zweibrucken, Germany in 1962, while my father — a pilot in the Royal Canadian Air Force — was stationed there. We came back to Canada when I was little and lived on Air Force bases in a number of different places, including Winnipeg, Manitoba; Cold Lake, Alberta; Downsview, Toronto and Chatham, New Brunswick. I went to the University of Waterloo and got a degree in English, then went to Ryerson University in Toronto and got my journalism degree.
I worked at the Globe and Mail and the London Free Press, then moved to Edmonton to work at a weekly magazine called Alberta Report (now defunct). I moved back to Toronto and worked at the Financial Times of Canada (also now defunct), then moved to the Globe to write about the stock market. After several years of doing that, I moved to Calgary and wrote a column about Western Canadian business, then in 2000 I moved back to Toronto to become the online business columnist for the Globe’s relaunched website.
I live in Toronto with my wife Rebecca and our three daughters Caitlin, Meaghan and Zoe, and two cats.