The Times is looking at creating a new, youth-oriented tabloid edition of the paper, according to a report in today's Observer. Everyone knows print media is the place to be nowadays, so this move makes perfect sense. But what would Times articles look like when tweaked for a young, hip, ADD audience? We've taken the liberty of rewriting today's Page One heads to make them, as the kids say, "something we would, you know, read." No worries, Bill. You're welcome.
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