City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Technology


Online Voting First For Community Council Elections

It has yet to catch on in national elections, but for the first time, local people taking part in this year's Edinburgh Community Council elections can cast a vote from the comfort of their armchai

Bill McKibben, Fossil Free Europe Tour

Acclaimed author, activist, and co-founder of the international climate campaign 350.org – Bill McKibben – comes to Edinburgh as part of his Fossil Free Europe Tour.

Edinburgh International Festival 2013 Launches

Don Quichotte du Trocadéro José Montalvo

Frank Zappa, a Leonardo da Vinci anatomy exhibition, chinese heavy metal, and a theatrical journey to a "new Earth" can all be found at this year's

Edinburgh Bustracker Revamped

Bustracker sign

Edinburgh City Council has updated its Bustracker utility for planning trips by bus.

Edinburgh Gets £10.7m for Broadband and WiFi Expansion

Edinburgh is to receive funding of £10.7m to bring 90% of Edinburgh residents and businesses high speed broadband by 2015, the UK Government announced today.

Edinburgh City Council To Webcast Meetings

Alexander and Bucephalus

The City of Edinburgh Council will be webcasting its meetings live as part of a one year pilot programme.

Val McDermid and Sue Black, EIBF 2012, Review

Val McDermid

This was an imaginative and inspirational double act - an international best selling crime writer in conversation with one of the leading forensic anthropologists in the UK

Fosters vs Fisters: Choosing the Best Edinburgh Fringe Comedy

EdTwinge reviews on Nexus 2

Is technology improving the Edinburgh Festival experience?

You'd think so. At least, it should be making it easier to pick a show that you are going to like.

Misha Glenny: Inside the World of Cybercrime, EIBF 2012, Review

Misha Glenny was introduced by Douglas Fraser, the BBC News Scotland business and economy editor, who noted that Glenny's previous books included  Bosnia and McMafia, the lat