Watch This Space: A Note From Trove

Dear Readers —

2011 has been a remarkable year for Trove and for the Trove Editors’ Blog. But with great invention often comes great reinvention, and in order to make this blog the best it can be, we’re doing a little tweaking.

In the next few weeks, the Trove Editors’ Blog will become the WaPo Labs Blog, focusing on news, digital innovation, and the products and musings of WaPo Labs — the Washington Post Company digital development team behind Trove and Washington Post Social Reader.

Our goal is to offer an inside look at WaPo Labs projects and give you a chance to communicate directly with members of our team, from editorial to engineering to design and more.

Keep an eye on this space to learn when the official kickoff happens. Until then, feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns. You can also connect with us on social media by using the links below.

» Trove on Twitter
» Trove on Facebook
» Trove on Google+

» Washington Post Social Reader app
» Washington Post Social Reader on Facebook
» Washington Post Social Reader on Twitter
» Washington Post Social Reader on Google+

Until then —
Your Trove Editors

Washington Post Company Chairman Don Graham demos Washington Post Social Reader, our newest sister site.

Washington Post Social Reader: Start Spreading the News

It’s not every day that a product you create is announced by Mark Zuckerberg in front of a massive, tech-savvy audience, but that’s the kind of day that our team had yesterday.

The product is Washington Post Social Reader, a new app on Facebook that arranges the news based on the articles you and your friends are reading. With some help from us on the editorial team. We’ll freshen your news for you.

The stories come from The Post (of course) and content partners like The Associated Press, Reuters, Mashable, SB Nation, Slate, and more. So it’s quality stuff.

The reviews have been pretty good so far. We’re excited about it. If you haven’t tried the app yet, please give it a whirl.