If Horace Greeley did his newspapering in today’s New York City, he might never have uttered his famous advice to go west.

Indeed, chances are Mr. Greeley would be too busy spinning off the Tribune’s Web site, mingling with venture capitalists at Silicon Alley beer bashes and, like any respectable Internet millionaire, sizing up the waiting lists for a new Porsche Boxster.

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