This case study supported by AmbITion Scotland reveals Creative Carbon Scotland's digital development claimexpenses.com. The tool was developed with support from Sustainable AmbITion, a fund which focussed on utilising digital technologies for better…Continue
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The next event in the BAFTA Scotland 2013 programme takes place at Edinburgh's Filmhouse this weekend. Exploring the way in which some of Scotland's 90+ developers are making money and interacting with film, television and mobile within the rapidly evolving interactive sector, this is a perfect introduction to the world of games (and why it WILL matter to your creative business):
BAFTA Scotland presents: Games Industry Secrets of…Continue
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In our bid to be the only definitive source of information regarding the games industry in Scotland, the Scottish Games Network just updated its Company Directory with several new companies and teams. Please welcome…
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I've been asked to speak at the first Creative Scotland 'Open Session' on Friday in Dundee, as an expert from the interactive and games sector.
The idea, as a speaker, is to provide 'perspective and provocation. I can do that.
However, I'm canvassing opinion and input on the issues which YOU guys think are important and what you think the role of CS should be within the increasingly converged creative industries here in Scotland…Continue
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Professor Ed Glaeser is a world respected academic. His passion is the city, how it
works. For him, the city is the ultimate creation of human ingeneuity. The
fascination is how something so complex can form and keep working: the Triumph of
the City. Glaeser suggests that the heart of this fascination relates to two issues:
creativity and the economy.
Glaeser is an economist. At the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2010, he
suggested that no economy is the…
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Eligibility and Rules for the British Academy Scotland Awards including Awards Information and Entry Form are available here:…Continue
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Envirodigital are producing the webcast so we'll see you online…Continue
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Last year Matchlight together with our partners Creative Scotland, Highlands & Island Enterprise and Channel 4, launched the Matchlight Documentary Internship - four paid places, each for 12 weeks.
The first three internships were filled last autumn but we kept the final place, which starts this June, aside until now.
The fourth and final internship for 2010/11 is now open for applications. Click …Continue
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A new games publisher, focusing on social games (Facebook) and smartphones (Apple/Android) launched today, with an announcement in Holyrood by Alex Salmond.
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Forgive the cross post, but I thought this might be of interest to 38 Minutes members. It's a round up of the last twelve months for the interactive and videogames sectors here in Scotland...
If you don’t know, the SDN stands for the Scottish Digital Network. When you hear the people, who are supposed to know, explain the concept it is still hard to understand. I am Scottish, I understand Digital and I get Network. But, it transpires that what we’re actually getting with an SDN is a SHINY NEW BROADCAST TELEVISION CHANNEL with some subsidiary web based stuff.
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RIP Scottish Games - Fall 2010. Like General Patton, I was there. Where? I was there when Scotland burst onto the video games industry scene as a major player with Lemmings, I played GTA before it was launched, saw Hedz crash and burn, witnessed the rise and fall of Red Lemon, Visual Science, DMA and many others. An industry from Alpha to Omega; beginning and end.