103Views12Replies

Author Options:

Choose Your Own News with DailyMe Answered

Check out the new instructable - How to Create a DailyMe Customized News Digest. It's a neat little tutorial that will help you sign up for DailyMe.com and become the editor of your own newspaper incorporating content from the world's leading newspapers, blogs, RSS feeds and journals. Registration is free and although the sign up process is easy, use this tutorial so you may maximize your choices. No longer do you need to read the news you are served by the TV, newspaper or even the internet. Choose your own with DailyMe.

Comments

The forums are retiring in 2021 and are now closed for new topics and comments.
0
Sunshine75
Sunshine75

13 years ago

I couldn't find this Instructable, but I did go and check out the DailyMe.com site. Pretty cool. I signed up. Let's see what happens.

0
Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

I found no "instructable" by that name nor any SIMILAR name. :-( for that reason I hesitate to go there.

0
Doctor What
Doctor What

Reply 13 years ago

If you click on his name, it's on his page. But it's just a bunch of spam anyway...

0
Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Their new motto: Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: and especially their EMAIL ADDRESSES ;-) Now it is no longer just a "hesitation" to go there *sigh*

0
Doctor What
Doctor What

Reply 13 years ago

The new colossus of the internet :)

0
Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

and especially their EMAIL ADDRESSES

0
DailyMe Intern
DailyMe Intern

13 years ago

Understood and yes, I am getting involved with the community. I was already involved with the community, which is what prompted me to create this tutorial. My name is DM Intern, b/c I am. I have a blog too that people really seem to like.

0
DailyMe Intern
DailyMe Intern

13 years ago

Please note, this is not spam. This is a legitimate Instructable that will help you get the most from DailyMe. They are not collecting emails for spam purposes. The content is licensed so when you click on a story, you can view the whole story within DailyMe rather than being redirected to another site.

0
Doctor What
Doctor What

Reply 13 years ago

No, not spam as in, you are trying to get your our emails and sending us emails that say we inherited 10.5 million dollars. I mean spam as in, it really has no use except to get us to start using "DailyMe". It kinda seems fishy. What could easily be a tutorial on "DailyMe" becoming an instructable? Not to mention the fact that your name is "DailyMe Intern". If you don't want to draw suspicion to yourself, you might actually want to get involved in the community, besides making one instructable about one website, one forum topic about the same website, and making one comment about your website. See what I'm getting to here?

0
Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

? ?

spam.jpg