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Tom Waddington
Works at Cut Out + Keep
Attended University of St Andrews
Lives in Edinburgh, UK
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Web developer
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  • Cut Out + Keep
    2007 - present
  • LeapAnywhere.com
    Web developer, 2009 - 2010
  • Wangbar.co.uk
  • Drowned in Sound
    Developer
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Edinburgh, UK
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Kirkcaldy - Dundee - London - Omaha, NE
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I'm the developer at Cut Out + Keep!
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Visited all 50 States!
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  • University of St Andrews
  • Balwearie High School
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August 18, 1986
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Not my kind of place! TV with blaring kids shows, art on the walls from Ikea, and an average coffee. Just not what I was looking for.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
It's not a bad place at all - but never quite what I'm looking for. It's a modern cafe, tons of seating, and huge windows with a view of never-quite-sunny Fountainbridge. At the weekend, it seems to become a hub for parents-and-children, and cyclists. The coffee and food are fine, although a little on the expensive side. Food's served till around 3. Though there's wifi, the open-plan space doesn't suit finding a cosy corner to concentrate on some work.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Aside from being super-popular, this place is unimprovable! Amazing coffee, incredible hot chocolate, super-friendly staff and a DRESSER FULL OF CAKES. The cakes and tarts change every day, and they're all amazing in their own way. Coffees are small and strong, and the decor is relaxed, chic and inviting. It seems to be really busy, but always worth waiting for a seat. If you're able to get a seat, it's the perfect place to bring friends. They'll thank you!
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
It's really just a regular Starbucks, but the staff are friendly and it's a great place to work. Free wifi, plenty of seats, and power sockets. Perfect!
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Hmm. This place seems to be going downhill. The bakery / cake selection is fairly limited, the seats and tables are often uncomfortable, and the staff attitude isn't always great. The coffees are great, and it's a nice space to work in, but often the choice of seats is limited to bench tables. It's not a bad place, just not all it could be!
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I love it here! A changing range of coffees and crazy preparation methods - V60, Aeropress, Chemex (and more...). The store sells coffee machines and equipment too, and it's nice to be surrounded by all the shiny chrome of brand new espresso machines. The seats and tables are a little cramped, but it's always been easy to get a seat. Every time I've visited I've tried one of the guest coffees in a Chemex. Lots of flavours, and great way to enjoy a coffee if you've not tried it before. It turns out they go really well with the Nutella danish! The staff are friendly and really know their stuff.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We took the self-guided tour. It's not listed near the registers, but ask, and you'll get directions, and a ticket for samples! I'm sure it's not as fun as the $10 tour, but it suited us just fine. There are a few outdoor shacks with mockups of the bourbon process, and plaques explaining the steps. Not much to see, and nothing of the actual production going on. Then, tasting! You're given a smartcard, and automated dispensers give small samples, 2 per person. They had about 16 different spirits to try, so it's tough to decide. Staff were friendy and helpful.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago