While both of the readings were interesting I gravitated most towards the manifesto because it offered ideas on how to fix or move forward as oppose of the pedagogy which only highlighted the problem. The manifesto also echoed some of my same beliefs, like universities needing to be open to the general public since they are supposed to be the centers of knowledge. Even students attending the university are presented with an expected gratitude that academic journals are free for the students, but in 2018 free information is to be expected. In this day and age information is not a luxury, but an expected commodity. Even the word digital humanities is new to me, to be quite honest I cannot imagine what the future will look like how do we enhance a physical book with digital data, how can we adapt our learning to a more digital focus so we can learn and co operate more efficiently, these are questions I am determined to find the answers for.