My fourth site to lurch livewards for the month, and the one longest coming. Thomas and I started working on this in late-2011, got mostly finished, took a long pause while he added quite a few projects in-between doing also … Continue reading
My third site for the month, with another finished this morning which I shall announce shortly, and another due end-of-month-ish, makes this the most keyboard-mashing few weeks I think I’ve ever had. So, kitaonline.com is not a place where parents hand … Continue reading
For anyone in Berlin, coming to Berlin, or wanting an excuse to Berlin-wards incline, this Wednesday is Dasniya’s monthly Yoga & Shibari class. Lots of details and what’s going on this month is on Dasniya’s new blog: Yoga & Shibari Classes / Performance & Projekte / Berlin // Mai 2013
Yoga & Shibari Wednesday 15th May
For May, once again there is only one training class. If you’d like to come, please register beforehand at email@example.com !
When: Wednesday 15th May, 19-23h.
Where: TEATRIS/Alte Kantine
As I was saying, arriving back from Majorca, I went mental updating my old and much-loved website, francesdath.info (where I entertain delusions of choreography). As with Dasniya’s site, it wasn’t much of adding new things or changing the design, I’m quite … Continue reading
Last week, after getting back from Majorca, I bashed through updating my other site (francesdath.info, about which I’ll say more shortly), in preparation for finishing two other sites in the coming week and one more around the end of this … Continue reading
I’ve been amusing myself the last day, not that I remember what set it off, but probably something to do with Flowplayer, which has been one of my two video players of adoration for years, which had updated a while … Continue reading
Around 1815, back in Geneva airport, waiting to board the last flight back to Berlin, the easyJet person already at the desk, and the both of us slightly dazed from lack of sleep, and the last week, very much looking … Continue reading
Back in Nyon, 8 airports in 6 days; absence of internet in Majorca was sublime. Shall attempt to blog those days in some kind of order …
One of the three suspensions for which my climbing skills have been useful, the cliff-top tree above the gouged out bay where waves hit tide-line caves like the sound of distant artillery. Tree-climbing though isn’t one of my skills. It … Continue reading
The last day of Majorca, (written when I’m back in Berlin). More rain. It’s highly improbable to have so many days of greyness and rain in a row, and still more so a storm of the size we had, of … Continue reading