The ways in which we receive our news have evolved quite a bit over the years. Newspapers used to be what we turned to first, but radio and television broadcasts soon grabbed the interest of the public, and now the Internet is attracting our attention in an even bigger way. Personally, I’ve all but given up on news delivered by newspapers and the radio, and I now fully rely on television and the Internet to feed my cravings for the news, although the majority of my time is spent researching news on the Web instead of watching it on TV. Daylife is helping to redefine how we get our news online, and their solutions will be attractive to you if you’re sick and tired of the same old thing.

When you arrive at Daylife, you’ll find a collection of important stories from thousands of sources. The service is very visual, and this helps you to go deeper into the stories and the subjects involved than just plain black and white text. Connected articles, topics, and quotes are presented automatically, and timelines show you how the amount of coverage devoted to a certain topic has changed over time. As you can imagine, this functionality is invaluable for research. Bloggers will appreciate the widgets, and publishers and developers can benefit from access to the Daylife platform through the API. Tell me, can your favorite newspaper, radio broadcast, or television program do all of this? I didn’t think so.