I'm inclined to agree, for the most part. I, like many others, spend more of my time on this site reading the stories than I even care to admit. Unfortunately (or not, depending on how you look at it), so many stories get posted, if I get busy with silly things that get in the way (like work) then I tend to miss a lot. Or I'll stay off for a few days and be way behind. Nevermind the comments, which should be (and the TD faithful would insist almost NEED to be) almost as important as the posts themselves. I occasionally have time to read them on an article I find REALLY interesting but most times I'm forced to skip them entirely to save time.
For those reasons, a 'week-in-review' type format would be nice. For those that don't think that adds enough value to the text format, I'd love to see it be a live podcast with a chat room or something along those lines to keep an active conversation going with the TD community. That would be amazing and something I'd probably even pay to be a part of.
Beyond that, I think that interviews are a must-have. They're something that are very hard to fit into a text-based post and, as Scote suggested, it would be easy to edit a longer interview down and release the full, unedited version separately. That's how many talk shows manage to fit into their time slot while still getting really great interviews, so why not for TD?
And decided to give Sonic.net's gigabit service a push by garnering "anti-establishment" sentiment. Forcing customers to move to a provider with better service at lower prices and which actually cares about its customers is kind of like promoting healthy competition, right?