Nicola Sinclair's Blog Posts Tagged 'nicola more' (6)

Where the heck have all the groups gone?

Yup, the vast majority of groups have been deleted, as site volunteer Gavin explains in this post.

It's a bit scary to go from hundreds of…


Added by Nicola Sinclair on July 12, 2011 at 16:00 — No Comments

They think it's all over... it is NotW

Well since the rest of the UK is gleefully heaping scorn upon the News of the World I feel it would be remiss of me not to do that very British thing of hopping onto the proverbial bandwagon. And I'm even cheeky enough to simultaneously criticise their journalism and steal their…


Added by Nicola Sinclair on July 12, 2011 at 13:26 — 4 Comments

New Comment section on 38minutes

Image © Janet Lindsday Wilson on Central Station

Now with more than 2500 members, 38minutes is home to some serious talent. Happily, there's also a great mix of talent - from people taking the first tentative steps in their media career to those who have already leapt in and are carving out a… Continue

Added by Nicola Sinclair on November 16, 2010 at 16:05 — No Comments

Opportunity: creative collaboration

Looking to build your portfolio? Up for a creative challenge?

38minutes member Stuart Torrance is interested in pulling together a group of members to collaborate on a series of creative challenges set by 38minutes. Read Stuart's post about it here.

The best work will be promoted and featured on the site. Aspiring creatives… Continue

Added by Nicola Sinclair on November 8, 2010 at 10:00 — No Comments

London calling: and missing the point for UK games

The MediaGuardian today reports on the UK games industry's dismay at plans to create a gaming hub in - wait, you've guessed it - London.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not doubting the level of talent in London, but like many other commentators I do want to point out that it's not the centre of the earth. Dundee may have… Continue

Added by Nicola Sinclair on November 5, 2010 at 11:59 — 8 Comments

Are we getting dumber?

In the face of falling sales, The Independent has launched its "funkier" cousin 'i'.

i is a 56-page mini paper that offers short versions of all the usual articles from the Independent. It will publish Monday to Friday, costs 20p and is supported by iPhone and iPad versions. And knock me down with a feather, you can… Continue

Added by Nicola Sinclair on October 25, 2010 at 15:30 — No Comments


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Growing Communities Glasgow

People creating places for little green spaces. Community gardens sprouting up around the 'dear green place' - Glasgow (/ˈɡlaːzɡoʊ/ gla(h)z-goh;[4] Scots: Gl...
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Edinburgh Short Film Festival Online Box Office Now Open

The Edinburgh Short Film Festival starts on November 11th, screening 71 short films from 23 countries, with pavement cinema, q and as and film-makers flying in from across the world!Our online box office is now open for tickets for all our events!Make sure you don't miss out by getting your tickets here:ESFF Box Office…See More
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EDINBURGH SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2015 at Summerhall, Edinburgh

November 11, 2015 at 8pm to November 22, 2015 at 1am
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Pioneer Puts Emphasis on Evolution with CDJ Packages & DJ Effect Units

CDJ (Compact Disk Jockey) is a line of CD players from Pioneer DJ, allowing analogue control from CDs by using an imitated vinyl control surface. In today’s age, Pioneer has landed with a bang on the digital DJ world with excellent all in one solution that is designed in sync to be perfect for DJ’s of all abilities.Day by day with revolutionary DJ equipment, Pioneer not only entrenches the existing users but also attracts new users; even those who have only worked with software solutions in the…See More
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Nicola Sinclair

Site editor




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