My TV should know by now what I want to watch. That’s not a far-fetched desire. My TV should be suggesting relevant content to me at all times. Because it knows me, based on my prior usage.
So, can you imagine what Google knows about you? Companies are racking their brains trying to figure out what a news organization in 2011 should look like.  And the answer is, “personalized.”
Google. Facebook. Twitter. They should all just start sending me personalized news content. They know me. Probably better than I know myself. They know my interests. Intimately. Not just what I like, but how much I like it, based upon time spent. There is no reason that Google should not be able to deliver me a personalized newspaper of recent aggregate content on-demand.