City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Technology


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.

Why Waverley's New Lifts Give Me A Sinking Feeling

Lifts open in Waverley

Transport minister Keith Brown cut the ribbon yesterday on Waverley Station's new lifts (or "elevators" if you speak Americanese) providing "easy and step-free access from Princes Street for the first time in 140 years".

Wozniak To Give Keynote at Turing Festival

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is the special guest at the 2012 Edinburgh technology festival that takes its name from Alan Turing, the father of modern computing.

Edinburgh Interactive Festival

A series of free sessions for people interested in working in the video games industry.

Ticket Sales Up 8% As EIF 2012 Starts

RSNO 2012

The Edinburgh International Festival announced it has sold 8% more tickets in 2012 than at the same time last year.

Oscar-winning Cameraman Added To Industry Events at EIFF

Chris Menges, the Oscar-winning cinematographer of The Mission and The Killing Fields will be appearing at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, ope

Council Waives Thousands of Bus Lane Fines

Thousands of fines for drivers caught on camera driving in the bus lane on a busy Edinburgh road are to be waived or refunded, the Council announced today.

Digital Project Will Showcase Scottish Norwegian Hydro-Electric Links

Kinlochleven Hydro

Engineering buffs, students, and those curious about how we tap energy from our rivers, will welcome a forthcoming joint project between Scotland and Norway to document the development of the hydro-industry.

Group Portrait In A Landscape, Traverse Theatre, Review

Peter Arnott is now at the end of a unique year-long stint as Resident Playwright, based at the ESRC Genomics Forum.

2401 Objects, Traverse Theatre, Review

2401 objects performer

The slow, plinky-plonk, whistling music, that sounded like the background to a light-hearted French film, wafted through the theatre, adding irony to the deeply moving subject matter that was about