It’s no surprise that people want to customize their news – after all, things like Netvibes and RSS exist for essentially that purpose. Steve Boriss of The Future of News has an interesting post up discussing how the web might finally make it possible for us to get exactly the information/news we want, nothing more and nothing less.
“By giving everyone both a communications and delivery platform, might the Internet break-up mass media into fragmented media, finally giving us only the news that we, as individuals, want — news that reflects our worldviews, our interests, our parochial concerns, our preferences, and our tastes?”
Have an idea or working on a project related to the future customization of news? Check out the Knight News Challenge and you could win funding (up to $500,000) for your innovative ideas. It’s worth a shot – it only takes a few minutes to write up a proposal and anyone – of any age, from anywhere in the world – can win.