Pink Frog

22 Feb 19
Delicious Life

Pour la version Française, cliquez ici English Version Since we are back from France, Early January, I really felt like I needed some sun, sea and some quiet time. Luckily, Chinese New Year break was coming and I could take 5 days off but Nicolas was going to cold Japan: dilemma… I decided to chose the […]

21 Feb 19
DevOps.com

The big news in DevOps today was the acquisition of Shippable by JFrog. This adds a CI/CD solution to the JFrog Enterprise+ platform and further expands JFrog’s end-to-end DevOps offering beyond Artifactory and more. In this DevOps Chat, we speak with Shippable CEO Avi Cavale, JFrog CEO Shlomi Ben Haim and JFrog VP of Marketing […]

21 Feb 19
wondermyway

My comings and goings are often a tramp through the woods, where I pause frequently to contemplate the world through which I wander. These provide me with glimpses at a small portion of the wonders of the universe. Please join me for a few minutes as I share the mysteries of the hills that have […]

21 Feb 19
Stitched Up Austin

Howdy howdy, I hope y’all had a wonderful holiday season & if you’re anything like me, you’re already working on your spring projects. One technique I dabbled in a while ago, but never made anything with, was planned pooling. Planned pooling, sometimes called color pooling or yarn pooling, is a technique used to “pool” the […]

21 Feb 19

To the left of this text is one painting I did as a set of three the other night, I blame my friend for making me addicted to painting again… I recently did a paint night with a friend – if you haven’t already done so, I’d highly recommend doing one! You can hire people […]

21 Feb 19
This Big Little Life

Kids birthday celebrations have become my weekly routine. About 80% of my social life has been centered around refereeing my kids at another loud, flashing, brightly-coloured party-venue room with screaming kids, a heap of shit (aka delicious) food, a heavily constructed cake, goody bags that would cost our entire month’s paycheck and a bunch of […]

21 Feb 19
Suzanne Farrell Smith

My mother loved fabric. Her basement held hundreds of bolts up to fifty yards each, which means she could have unfurled a textile train over fifteen miles long. Fabric sat in tall stacks on her sturdy sewing-room workbench. The bottom bolts were flush with the bench’s front, but the stacks gradually leaned back as they […]

20 Feb 19
Environmental Philosophy -- Getting to Know Your Place

This morning at around 7:30, I walked along a the North Fork Cosumnes River, now swelled to a torrent by recent rain. My boots sank into the soft soil when I paused for a moment beneath a young Douglas-Fir. I sat, watching the pale blue, sediment-laden water snake its way through flooded vegetation as the […]

20 Feb 19
1000 Times Jeff

Not everything can be determined by canon. In many cases, the critics’ consensus favorite album by an artist is correct. Take, for instance, The Cure’s Disintegration. It’s a masterpiece. And there are plenty of arguments for other albums of theirs as all-timers (I often go back and forth between that and Pornography and a handful […]

20 Feb 19
sara's blog

1.2 stupid dogs 2.aah real monsters 3.the adventures of paddington bear 4.adventures of sonic the hedgehog 5.adventures of t-rex 6.the adventures of rin tin tin 7.action man 8.the addams family 9.adventures of the little mermaid 10.aladdin the animated series 11.albert the fifth muskateer 12.angel mouse 13.the angry beavers 14.the animal shelf 15.the animals of farthing […]

20 Feb 19
Mrs. Jenkins' Grade 1/2 Combined Class

MONDAY – Islander Day / No School Gr. 1 – came, asked, back, how, then Gr. 2 – could, write, junk, rain, they TUESDAY – a) Read book    b) Count    c) Word Wall Words – Gr. 1–  came, asked, back, how, then Gr. 2 – could, write, junk, rain, they WEDNESDAY – a) Read book    b) Count    c) Word Wall Words – Gr. 1– came, asked, back, how, then Gr. 2 – could, write, junk, rain, they THURSDAY– a) Read book    b) Count    c) Word Wall […]

20 Feb 19
Going on 13: The Adventures of Manu Sharma

It’s the year 1989. Manu Sharma is a student of class 6 at Chandigarh’s Sunrays School. He’s the alpha boy of his class: talented, moody, bossy, generous, charming, annoying, confident, insecure, but more than anything else, a go-getter. Join him on a rollicking two-year journey from class 6 to class 8 as he grapples with competitions, responsibilities, and matters of the heart.

20 Feb 19
GeekandGear.com

The story of a freed slave and a robot professor, trying to figure out what it means to be in love while they watch old anime from the 21st century. August 2, 2145 They were in the back room making out. What else were they supposed to do on a slow afternoon when nobody came […]

20 Feb 19
Storyweek

Toward dusk, in the summer of the year, a man dressed in a frock coat and top hat, and carrying a cane, crept through the underbrush bordering the corral of the Buckler farm. Djuna Barnes’ A Night Among the Horses first appeared the famous Modernist journal The Little Review. The version here is from The […]

20 Feb 19
Asha's Blog

  Pg 1 Nonee often travels with her parents into the jungles to see animals and birds during her holidays. Their camp is on the fringes of the jungle, close to a meandering river. Nonee asks her parents for permission to go for a short walk along the river to meet the forest tribal who […]