Introducing Your Social Editor-In-Chief: Exposé

Front page editors at major publishers like the New York Times and the New Yorker are masters at laying out content on their homepages, and the recommendations implicit in that layout are incredibly valuable. But more and more, we’re learning that recommendations from our friends can be just as useful.

So one afternoon* we decided to see what these homepages would look like if our friends were in charge…

Here’s how it works: Visit any website, click Exposé in your browser’s bookmarks bar, and we’ll help you find the articles from that website that your friends think you should read. Visit our new Tools page to install it.

Here are a few of our favorite places to try it:

Ok, ‘nuff talk. Go get it, try it out, and let us know what you think in the comments!

Jake, Mike, Rob, Justin, Jon, and Josh

* Exposé was born in an afternoon hackathon at betaworks, courtesy of beer. If you like making things and want to join our team, get in touch!

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