There's a new social networking site for old print media journalists who are curious about the interweb and want to learn how to use it. To put it in terms the old timers will understand: it's like you're on the Titanic and it's sinking and the captain asks if you want to take lessons in learning how to operate a life preserver. The life preserver is called the internet. The Titanic is called print media. And the rope leading to the life preserver/internet is called Wired Journalists. The site and the people on it are easy to mock because they are old and naive. But! It's also kind of touching and endearing and there's a real sense of camaderie like in the beginning of season one of Lost, before everyone starts killing each other.