thisistheverge:

Amazon Studios aims for adults with apocalyptic Chris Carter show ‘The After’
Audiences continue to swoon over The X-Files 20 years after it first aired, but creator Chris Carter isn’t looking back — and his latest project is a collaboration with Amazon. Deadline Hollywood reports that Amazon Studios has ordered a pilot for a new Carter series called The After. It’s described as a thriller that takes place at the moment the apocalypse strikes, and was both written and will be directed by Carter. 

thisistheverge:

Amazon Studios aims for adults with apocalyptic Chris Carter show ‘The After’

Audiences continue to swoon over The X-Files 20 years after it first aired, but creator Chris Carter isn’t looking back — and his latest project is a collaboration with Amazon. Deadline Hollywood reports that Amazon Studios has ordered a pilot for a new Carter series called The After. It’s described as a thriller that takes place at the moment the apocalypse strikes, and was both written and will be directed by Carter. 

whitehouse:

93 years ago, women earned the right to vote. Happy Women’s Equality Day!

whitehouse:

93 years ago, women earned the right to vote. Happy Women’s Equality Day!

#Victoria for the weekend

#Victoria for the weekend

wordpainting:

rifflescifi:

This is just the inspiration I need to build a house out of all my books…

“35 Things To Do With All Those Books” (via Buzzfeed)

How ‘bout read them!

kottke.org: The making of Digg Reader


jkottke:

Writing for Wired, Matt Homan on Betaworks’ race to build a replacement for Google Reader in just 90 days. If you are interesting in a 35,000-ft view on how Web-based software is built, read this.

McLaughlin saw a blog post in the Fall of 2012 speculating that Google Reader, choked of…

BOOK RIOT: The 25 Most-Hated Books (By Book Riot Readers)


bookriot:

It’s a reality of the reading life that sometimes you’re going to read a book and hate it. Here at the Riot, we like to focus on the awesome books, the books we can’t stop talking about and sharing with other people who love to read, but we’re also really nosy curious. So last week we asked you…

“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.”