Take the aforementioned "Kirk And Mike."
Mike of "Kirk And Mike" is Mike O'Meara, who might know better and the Mike who was once half of the syndicated "Don And Mike."
When The Edge died, O'Meara didn't miss a beat.
That's because even as he hosted mornings on The Edge, he had never given up the podcast he puts out everyday with a bunch of his old buddies from "Don And Mike," literally broadcasting from his living room in Manassas, Va.
So the day he got the shaft on The Edge, he was back on the air (at least it's on the air if you're Wi-Fi-enabled) chatting all about his sudden termination on his podcast.
For his part, O'Meara wished his old Edge colleagues well, although he joked that more details could be forthcoming once the severance pay dries up.
He even brought his old partner, Kirk, on for an appearance on the podcast.
Kirk would be Kirk McEwen, who's a bit of a radio legend in his own right as one-third of the old "Kirk, Mark and Lopez" show which used to dominate on 98 Rock in Baltimore.
McEwen's also the younger brother of Mark McEwen, the well-known former CBS broadcaster who suffered a stroke a few years ago.
Not so established on the Internet, McEwen nevertheless has taken the online plunge.
With Mark recovered from his stroke, and Kirk finding himself once again unemployed, the pair are working to get a new Internet TV venture off the ground, "McEwen Brothers TV."
Kirk McEwen became a dad for the second time just weeks before his bosses pulled the plug on The Edge. Faced with that, he could have wallowed or panicked.
Instead, he's doing what any good jock does, and he's just moving on to the next gig. Only difference is, in this case, he's trying to make his own new gig.
The McEwens may be new to the Internet, but the brothers have embraced the Web. So much so that they're funding their project through an innovative crowdsourcing system known as Kickstarter.
Full disclosure: I personally and enthusiastically threw a little cash their way via Kickstarter.
Check out their video. If you like what you see, do likewise and back "McEwen Brothers.TV." Take $25 and help make a couple of funny, talented guys' dreams come true. That's what the power of the Internet can do.
These guys might be has-beens, but they are also totally ready for the future.