Our recent blog about Steve’s son playing the Atlas Shrugged video game generated an astute reply from Tom Dusenberry: “Maybe the video game is better quality than the book. Maybe the message is that you can learn from different media including a book and a video game…Maybe the message is that paper and ink are dead in the digital world. Why labor through reading a book when you can enjoy an interactive experience that comes to life before your eyes?” Thanks, Tom. Too often we judge content by the platform it’s delivered on rather than its impact. Are you platform agnostic and content religious?