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One of the things that I wanted to do immediately when I joined TechCrunch was to create things that made browsing our news, Instagram photos, and tweets pretty and interactive. I personally enjoy using our website, but we have so much more going on outside of it.

We use Tumblr, Google+, Facebook, Instagram and probably 10 other things that I haven’t found out about yet, and that’s awesome. When it comes to such a great community like we have here, I want to make sure that you have the best possible experience engaging with us. You, the readers, are the most important thing to me. Period.

Having said that, I spoke to the folks at RebelMouse, which created a beautiful “river” page of content for people. It’s kind of like a start page, and kind of like a Pinterest board. I personally love it. I asked them what it would look like if TechCrunch had a page, and we’ve come up with CrunchScroll.

Have a look:

As you check out the site, you’ll notice that we’re pulling in stuff from everywhere. In fact, we’re using the #crunchphone hashtag on Twitter today, and pulling in those tweets to CrunchScroll. We’ll be switching things up there, adding some of your tweets, promoting photos and more. It’s going to be fun.

Now, this is early days, but the RebelMouse team is pretty awesome and we have some really ridiculously awesome things planned for this in the near future.

Stay tuned, and thank you for reading. I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

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