I used to work with people who were constantly talking about LMS. All I knew then was the very basic of it: online, education, design. Some of my former colleagues also programmers who created their own LMS. During EDID6510, I was just glad to learn the differences among LMS, LCMS, and CMS and to know how Moodle works. The challenge was creating some effective learning tools, which are called digital assets. I used to create digital assets, but they were created for entertainment and not for educating anyone, although as a mentor, I used to advise my mentees to try to make their works educational or at least socially relevant. EDID6510, like EDID6508 and EDID6509, came with deadlines that could be largely affected by technology. However, if these courses were not to be explored at this point of time – the beginning of the 21st century – when would education start moving forward and away from the most traditional settings? The traditional setting may have worked for our ancestors, but they did not live in a stimuli-filled world, with audio, video, and other media flashing before their eyes and bombarding their ears all the time. We belong to a people who associate what we learn to real life – and our real life is buoyed by technology.