Why "daily imprint"? I decided on the name after visiting last weekend's Sydney Writers' Festival. Specifically it was after the session entitled "The Best Job In The World?" (Sunday, June 3, 2007) where international publishers discussed their roles and the state of the publishing industry. The word "imprint" was bandied around a lot and I realised I hadn't heard it used much in general conversation. So as any good journalist does, I consulted The Macquarie Dictionary when I got home.
1. a mark made by pressure; a figure impressed or printed on something.
2. any impression or impressed effect.
3. Bibliography information printed at the foot or back of the titlepage of a book indicating the name of the publisher, usually supplemented with the place and date of publication.
7. to fix firmly in the mind, memory, etc.
So you get the idea - I want to leave a mark. As for the "daily" part - I'll do my best.