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.
"Take a Telegram, boy!" was the call.
Edinburgh City Council has updated its Bustracker utility for planning trips by bus.
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.
The City of Edinburgh Council will be webcasting its meetings live as part of a one year pilot programme.
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
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 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
The Guardian Debate: Rethinking the Internet - Is the Web Changing Society for the Worse? EIBF, 2012, Review
This proved to be the most interesting and liveliest of the Guardian debates at the Edinburgh International Book Festival thus far.