Digital + Media encompasses and encroaches on all other media and thus is always in flux. There was a component to the program that was left undefined deliberately. And I think some people say that it was originally conceived of as a screen-based program. That’s not the case. I don’t think Bill would ever have limited it to that. He was very willing to have it continually be in flux as Digital + Media is. And to constantly reinvent itself and to let the students define what Digital + Media was to them. So there was a very kind of deliberate vagueness, that open-endedness, that he felt was very appropriate for a program in Digital + Media and for a graduate program in general.