The Daily review – 1 month after

Staying away from the “bandwagon” of anti-Daily critics, Simon Dumenco reviews “The Daily” after having used it for a month.

Conclusion?

Still anti-Daily.

Right now, the paper is just so erratic and unfocused that reading it is like witnessing a new identity crisis every day. In fact, when it suddenly crashes (at least once every couple of days, in what seems like a cry for help — the app version of crawling into the fetal position), I sometimes suspect that what The Daily really needs, besides cleaned-up code, is a nice long session on a therapist’s couch.

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