Oh, have I missed you my bloggy devotees. It’s been a whole week since I told you what to buy for me, since I wrote you haikus, since I showed you my junk! Why, there’s been nary a lascivious online leer in the direction of Natalie Portman or Scarlett Johansson. I haven’t filtered comments about movies through a lens of personal politics. I haven’t posted a picture of Evangeline Lilly!

Wow, I feel better. Do you? No? Well, I tried. This is a new experience, with new options and new challenges. I won’t lie to you, I have little-to-no understanding of what it is I’m doing in this new integrated space. As you can see, The Reader has gotten an online facelift. Or, given the state of our previous Web site, an online resurrection from the dead. We’re trying to blend this bit of bloggery more in with the film section as a whole, giving you a more organic experience. We’re aiming for a one-stop-shopping plaza designed to satiate all your online movie needs. In the absence of succeeding there, we’re just trying to get you to like us. So hit me with suggestions, bear with me as I stumble through the technical knowledge necessary to make this experience more pleasant for you, endure me trying to figure out the best way to get you all this information, and enjoy knowing that even when technology dramatically shifts and the cyber world as I know it crumbles, I will always find you again. I promise.


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