From their email:
The Note’s most popular features — its links to must-read political stories, ahead-of-the-curve analysis, and the best daybook in politics — are now published as three different documents.
The Note’s Must-Reads, which pulls together the day’s best political stories, publishes at 6:30 am ET.
The Note — Washington’s original political tipsheet and flagship product looking at what’s driving the political news cycle for the day and why — publishes at 9:00 am ET.
The Note’s Sneak Peek, which offers a look ahead to the next day’s political events, publishes at 4:30 pm ET.
And from Rick Klein:
Welcome to the new Note:
Before I close today, I wanted to briefly outline my ideas for this forum. As a longtime Note reader, I know that it has long been essential reading for those who live and breathe politics, a tip sheet that is as readable and interesting as it is vital. I hope to continue that tradition, while taking the product in new directions — with video, feedback capabilities, and a look at a broader spectrum of what’s making news every day.
The Note should mirror politics at its best — a conversation about the issues and personalities that shape the direction of the nation. Sometimes that conversation is humorous, sometimes it’s serious, but it should always be thought-provoking. Like the best of the Web, this will be an evolving product. And, as always, thanks for reading.