By: E&P Staff
DailyMe, Inc., an interactive media and technology start-up based in Hollywood, Fla., today announced the launch of DailyMe.com, a user-centric news destination offering personalized, community driven, and editor-selected editions with advanced features.
The original DailyMe allows users pick news of interest to them based on categories, news sources, and keywords. DailyWe presents stories as determined by the DailyMe community. Top News provides the current top stories as selected by DailyMe editors.
DailyMe supplies licensed and user-generated content and Web-views, RSS, e-mail and automated-printing delivery options. All three editions are available for free at http://dailyme.com.
“Importantly, our visitors can read licensed news stories in their entirety without leaving DailyMe,” DailyMe founder and CEO Eduardo Hauser said in a statement.