Hollywood, FL. (PRWEB) December 4, 2007
DailyMe (http://dailyme.com), a news platform and community that allows consumers to personalize their news and receive it on their own schedule and through their preferred delivery formats, today announced that it has added the ability to import RSS feeds to the licensed news content it offers to subscribers.
This important new feature allows DailyMe users to select any content published via RSS feed and incorporate it into their personalized DailyMe digests, which can be read online, via email, or printed out. The addition of RSS feeds Â which automatically deliver updates of blogs and other feed-enabled content Â exponentially increases the amount and type of news and information from which subscribers can assemble their DailyMe digests.
"The addition of RSS feeds to the licensed news content we provide is a big step forward for the DailyMe platform, expanding the breadth of content available to all DailyMe subscribers. It allows users to combine professionally produced news with the very exciting, dynamic content created by bloggers and others in the Web 2.0 world. Importantly, this content is all made available through the DailyMe platform, where it can be consumed online, via email, and on paper using our automated printing application. The ability to access RSS is something our DailyMe community requested, so we are particularly pleased to have been able to launch this feature so quickly," said Eduardo Hauser, DailyMe's founder and CEO.
DailyMe is a free, advertising supported service. Anyone who wishes to customize their news experience with DailyMe need only travel to the DailyMe site and create an account, a simple process that takes just a few minutes. For more information on DailyMe, please visit the DailyMe website (http://dailyme.com) and the DailyMe Blog (http://blogs.dailyme.com/eduardoh).
About DailyMe, Inc.
DailyMe (http://dailyme.com) is a news provider, content platform and social community that allows users to personalize, aggregate, share, and interact with the news, blogs, columns and stories of interest to them. Covering everything from world news to wedding planning, DailyMe draws its stories from thousands of sources including licensed content, syndicated content and user-generated content. DailyMe users can choose the types of stories they want and also choose between online, email and print delivery. By combining the best practices of online newspapers, news portals and traditional print media, DailyMe is changing the way news and information is read and delivered.