Introducing “The Daily Tablet” (Courtesy of


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I recently started playing with and have been quite impressed with what I have found. I expected a “dumb binary search” that would include content that was irrelevant, uninteresting, or just “plain wrong.” Instead, I found it not only has the correct semantic algorithms to pick topics that “go together”; it also combines these with relevant video, news and other media (creating a true newspaper / magazine feel).

Today, I used to put together The Daily Tablet: a daily newspaper on all items of note going on in the tablet computing world. I hope you find it useful source of news that you will subscribe to.

The team should be proud of what they have accomplished: an easy-to-use, highly topical, compelling product. It will be interesting to see what new developments they comes up over time. They are definitely a company to watch!

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Jim Haughwout
Jim Haughwout (pronounced "how-it") is passionate about creating technology that improves how people live and work. He is the Chief Technology Architect at Savi Technology and a General Partner at Oulixeus Consulting. His work has been featured by Network World, ZDNet, Social Media Today, the IBM Press, CIO Magazine, Fast Company, GigaOm and more.


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