A few hours ago, the Post launched a branded channel on the social sharing site StumbleUpon.
For those unfamiliar with the site, it works similarly to the music site Pandora by allowing users to “stumble” between full pages from around the Web based on their preferences (humor, politics, education, etc.) and then vote pages up or down to fine-tune the results being offered to them.
You can follow our channel by clicking here.
We’ll be doing our best to serve up an eclectic mix of our best journalism — politics and style; investigative reports; and graphics. To help keep us from stumbling in this new effort, we’d love to hear from readers on what kinds of content you’d like to see us share on the platform. Tell us in the comments or tweet at us @washingtonpost.com.