If newspapers ever actually realize that they never have been, are not, and never will be in competition with the internet, they will finally begin to make profits again.Their biggest failure is their failure to make their on-line editions as close to exact duplicates of their printed editions as possible.This includes the comics, crosswords, puzzles, games, (that can be done online), flyers and advertisements from local businesses (on the same pages), and the same kind of layout i.e. “continued on page B3.” Too, make getting from page to page a matter of “flipping pages” not scrolling. Yes, they can have “extras” (“as close to” remember) in the on-line edition, but make them completely separate from the main edition so they’re not interfering with it. Don’t tell me it “Can’t be done.” It can. It just takes the will to do it.