The association of the emperor Nero with frogs is not unique to Plutarch (see my earlier post The Emperor Nero: Viper or Frog?). A thousand years later, the Golden Legend recorded a medieval folktale in which the emperor gave birth to a frog: Nero was not unpunished for their [St. Peter's and St. Paul's] death and other great sins and tyrannies that he committed, for he slew himself with his own hand, which tyrannies were overlong to tell, but shortly I shall rehearse here some.
Remember Frog Fractions, Jim Crawford's demented free game that posed as a piece of edutainment when it was really host to a smorgeboard of hilariously insane nonsequitors? Well it's getting a sequel with Frog Fractions 2, now on Ki... Read Post
Crazy clip frog creator Erik Wernquist, developed the annoying thing an incredib weird animated frog. This gave birth to a hit single “Axel F” that has tens of millions of fans around the globe. Clip frog started in mid-2004 when it... Read Post