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the media.com: Revolution in Cyberspace

June 15, 1997

Today: A Times reporter--an admitted "technological idiot"--gropes his way through cyberspace, trying to come to terms with the Internet and its potential to revolutionize virtually everything we do.

Monday: Will the Internet ultimately replace newspapers and other traditional media--or will it give them an opportunity to reclaim the dominance they once enjoyed?

Tuesday: Different strokes for different newspaper folks--a look at the strikingly divergent paths that various newspapers are taking in transferring their journalism to the World Wide Web.

Wednesday: Online magazines, online city guides and Microsoft's drive for hegemony in cyberspace. But does WWW stand for "World Wide Web" or "World Wide Wait"?

Thursday: Can anyone make any money on the Internet? Will readers (and writers) like the computer screen as much as the printed page?

The entire series will be available Thursday on The Times Web site at http://www.latimes.com/media

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