Of my many areas of interest as a teacher and researcher, I find the most fun and gratification in the courses I teach in media theory. In such courses, in the grand Marshall McLuhan tradition, I am interested in the ways in which media-as-form (regardless of content) influences ontology and epistemology, who we are and what we know. Like many of you here (certainly Daniel), while I want to embrace and encourage the more democratic and utopian aspects of so-called new media, I am also cautious of those who make rose-colored predictions about the changes new media are bringing about or encouraging. Moreover, as I noted in our discussion of LonelyGirl15, I’m quite often ambivalent about some of the ways we as a culture are working through these changes. Nonetheless, I relish those moments when I am encouraged to imagine the shape of some of these changes. “Studio 60” helped spur such thinking last week.