A news site that promises a better way to find world news has launched. We had a look over it and we think it's a definitely reflects the direction of news but falls short on some fundamentals that make it useful.

A news site that promises a better way to find world news has launched. We had a look over it and we think it definitely reflects the direction of news but falls short on some fundamentals that make it useful.

Daylife is basically a database of news items and when you look at a single item it lets you know what else is in its files is related to that news item. You can also cut the data by category, such as China. There's also a place to keep your favorite news called ‘MyWorld'. So far, so good: This is how newspapers' sites should be working. The problem is that using it filled us with some frustration.

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