One is never alone with a book nearby, don’t you agree? Every page reminds us of a day that has passed and makes us relive the emotions that filled it. Happy hours underlined in red pencil, dark ones in black…

-Arturo Perez-Reverte, The Club Dumas

See this and more books about the magic of Paris HERE!

Riffle Backstory: Q & A with Kevin S. Decker, author of "Who is Who?: The Philosophy of Dr. Who"

With the Dr. Who phenomenon buzzing at more of a breakneck pace than ever, everyone wants a piece–even and perhaps especially the nerdiest of TV lovers. Kevin S. Decker, whose “Who is Who?” quenches that thirst, answers my questions here.

I want to take ‘entrepreneur’ off that pedestal. It’s a fancy-sounding French word, but at the end of the day, it just means 'getting stuff done’ — like, having ideas, putting yourself in sort of awkward situations, finding yourself in something that is different and new — and being comfortable failing a lot, too.

Alexis Ohanian, in a Huffington Post interview with Ahmed Shihab-Eldi



Don’t forget to check out the Reddit founder’s new book Without Their Permission: How the 21st Century Will Be Made, Not Managed.(According to him, you can read the whole thing in about five hours. According to me, it’s WORTH IT.)