Dayton Daily News

Too many stories, too little time

FBI special agent in charge of the region should resign, or be fired. He’s Mr. “Culture of Corruption” law and order, and yet, his prize catch, former Dayton City Commissioner Joey D. Williams, spent only 3 months and 21 days in prison of a one year term. Nevermind the fact that Deters seems to be Read More

Centerville citizens starting an insurrection

(Full disclosure- as I’ve been following this story for weeks, and wanting to write about it, I’ve not had the time it deserves. I’ve not been able to do my own public records requests and have had to trust many others who’ve been doing the digging. It’s not to my normal level of investigation. I’ve Read More

Dayton Daily News breaks their log-on system

Readers of the “e-paper” edition on iPad this morning were greeted with a message that they were logged in somewhere else and denied access to the paper. “your login was not successful for this publication but you are logged in another publication in the app” Calling tech support this morning, they’d hoped to have it Read More

The fall of the Dayton Day-old newsless

Random. It’s the only way to explain the ipad edition of the Dayton Day-old Newsless. It may or may not allow you to click on a story into a reader view most days. This means you have to move the page around and try to magnify it to read it, where as when you click Read More

The Dayton Day-old News

I stopped getting home delivery of the Dayton Daily News years ago because the paper couldn’t be on my doorstep at 6am everyday. I’m a morning person, and the ritual of getting up, reading the paper and moving on is important. The iPad edition sucks. It gives a visual representation of a printed paper, and Read More

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