Why? Two reasons:
Reason 1: Standups are not status updates. I like Scrum’s definition of a standup, even for teams not doing Scrum:
The purpose of the Daily Scrum is to inspect progress toward the Sprint Goal and adapt the Sprint Backlog as necessary, adjusting the upcoming planned work.Scrum Guide
See that? In a good standup, you’re re-planning the sprint every day. That can’t happen if you rattle off a quick “last 24 I did X, next 24 I’ll do Y, no blockers” and move on with your day.
Reason 2: Nobody’s reading all those updates. At best, the manager reads them and one or two other people skim them. That’s not collaboration. That’s reporting up the chain, which is not what standups are for.