There are many lanes on the Daf Yomi highway. There are slow lanes and fast lanes. The journey is the thing.
Recommended edition of the Babylonian Talmud: Koren Steinsaltz
Available at Afikomen, 3042 Claremont Ave, Berkeley, through the Koren website (now with great study aids if you buy the whole set) and on-line for free at Sefaria (without the notes).
Also through Dayenu at the JCCSF (owner Hiroko Rosen is a member of the San Francisco JCCSF Talmud Circle).
PDFs are also available for sale at Koren. CLICK HERE
You can also get a daily digest of Daf Yomi at:
On January 4, 2020, the last Aleph Society essay will be delivered by email service. To continue studying the Talmud with commentary and insights from Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, you can CLICK HERE
My Jewish Learning CLICK HERE
Recommended articles with tips, daily summaries, podcasts, and other resources:
• 7 Tips for Studying Daf Yomi by Rabbi Avi Killip:
• Collection of resources including daily daf yomi summaries, podcasts, and even day yomi haikus! Compiled by Rabbi Amy Bardack
• 9 Things to Know About the Daf Yomi by Ilana Kurshan, author of Talmud memoir, If All the Seas Were Ink: