Finding Excellently Curated News at The Evening Edition

Just a couple of days ago I was lamenting the state of curated news:

The allure of web hits is a strong one and a self-reinforcing event. This is why most blogs post so much garbage: the more posts, the more page views; the more page views, the more revenue per ad.

The problem, though, is that I don’t want to see all this garbage. What I really want is someone to decide what the most important headlines of the day are and present them to me. Nothing more, nothing less.

The next day — THE NEXT DAY — I see a link to a new site called The Evening Edition that does exactly this. The folks who developed it, from Mule Design Studios, wrote this in a blog post:

Now, we’re all constantly awash in a torrent of news-like “updates”, in between fake celebrity death tweets, divorce notices on Facebook and new-puppy tumblrs. How is anyone supposed to sift through all of that to get to the important stuff?

To help answer that, we built Evening Edition. It’s a summary of the day’s news, written by an actual journalist, with links to the best reporting in the world, published once a day.

I’m so excited to have found this resource. It has become an evening stop over on my perusal of news around the web.