Ed Driscoll

The L.A. Times Hunts For The Any Key

On Friday, we linked to an article describing the new 75 million dollar advertising campaign that newspapers are launching to remind readers that they’re still relevant in the online era. In fact, one of the campaign’s slogans is — drum roll, please! — “The Internet is the best thing to happen to newspapers since the paper boy.”

And it certainly would be…if they could just figure out how it works and what to do with it: “Internet 101 at the Los Angeles Times“.

No word yet on how many credits Remedial Internet Sock Puppetry counts for, though.