I can't agree more with Elliott's proposal that the skills that digital creatives are expected to learn as part of CS should be required for humanists. I graduated from university in 2000. Several of my friends were CS majors or minors. On a daily basis I find myself in situations as part of my research, teaching or admin in which the skills they learned would be useful, and it's a disadvantage not to have them. I have tried to keep up by teaching myself HTML and various software packages learning them in part-time employment. They belong in the humanities classroom. By introducing my composition students to the experimental computing resources at RenCI-UNC, I am trying to partly bridge the gap that was not bridged for me -- by familiarizing them with new and exciting digital research and teaching support systems.