I was the 19th employee hired by The Daily. My first day as the tech editor was on November 1, 2010, and the plan was to launch the next month. Needless to say, I was scared shitless.
If you've been enjoying News Corp's iPad newspaper The Daily up until now, you better get your credit card ready—next week, they'll start charging for it. $40 for an annual subscription, folks. [The Telegraph]
The Daily! Its claim to fame is that it's only available on the iPad, right? Not anymore! Andy Baio has created a website indexing each issue of The Daily and linking every article for your reading pleasure. To be honest, it might be the easiest way to read The Daily. Not sure how long Baio can keep this up but in the…
The Daily is finally here. It's good all the way through, occasionally great, and it will certainly be an impressive feat (and a good value) if they can keep churning it out like this every day. But it's no revolution.
This morning we got all the details on Murdoch's The Daily iPad newspaper, leaked by Rupert himself. Now, the app is ready for download. $40 will get you a subscription to 365 days of these contents:
News Corp's kinda much anticipated iPad-only newspaper, The Daily, will launch next Wednesday, according to NYT's Jeremy Peters. Apparently the announcement will come at an event at the Guggenheim museum in New York, and Peters says Apple's VP of Internet Services, Eddy Cue, will be on hand. Hopefully that means The…
It seems like Apple and News Corp are indeed in cahoots on The Daily, a new iPad-only newspaper that would be the first support the iTunes subscription billing, and John Gruber says he's hearing December 9 as a potential date for its announcement event. The 9th, he notes, is a Thursday, so it's possible it will get…
Rupert Murdoch thinks that the iPad is the beginning of the future of media. Steve Jobs agrees. That's why—according to WWD's sources—News Corp. is releasing an iPad-only newspaper called The Daily. Created with Apple's help, says the Guardian: