I have been calling the daily links and comments the Daily Reid. Many have asked me what this means and how to pronounce it. After looking around and contacting some linguists, a friend and I put together the following definition:
reid (רעהד) [pr: reyd, raid] n. Commonly known information about Talmudic passages, commentaries and analyses, spread through the experience of learning in Lithuanian style yeshivot over a period of time.
The reid on a Gemara page would point out different views among Medieval commentaries and standard yeshiva-style explanations for those disagreements. This is probably somewhat related to the third definition here: link.
Since this section is called The Blatt, the news & comments are The Reid. However, I realize that this isn’t the perfect analogy because the comments should be about the blatt, not part of it.