During the interview with Dan Gilbert, Professor Goodman asks if children have become less imaginative. In response, he says that Professor Goodman's perception of children, shaped by Harvard students, may just be skewed. However, I would like to ask if technological advances have changed the way that children's imagination has changed. Is the presence of more visual stimulus for children inhibiting their ability to use imagination? Or is it potentially increasing their imagination, now that new movies or animations can create alternate views or ideas about our world?