I'm of two minds about this kind of technological process.
On the one hand, I love technology and benefit greatly from it. I read news almost exclusively online now. I read books almost exclusively on my Kindle. And so on.
But on the other hand, I also still love the feeling of sitting down to read a real paper newspaper, or a real paper book. I like the feel of the physical object in my hands, and the smell, and the act of manipulating the pages as I read. I just don't love the inconvenience of not having instant choice at my fingertips, or of having to lug heavy books around while traveling.
Sometimes I wonder if the ultimate killer application of virtual or augmented reality technology will be to replicate the feel of a mundane physical act like reading a paper newspaper or a book while still allowing the convenience of infinite choice and instant gratification.