The internet is not only the new location of knowledge – so we can all access it from anywhere on our planet. Aggregating nodes of knowledge we choose into dynamic networks any time we want to is a fundamentally new way to learn. Here we have aggregated a mask from Aztec Mexico, a statue of Padiamun Nenesuttaway from ancient Egypt, and some army figures from Qin China. Book publishers have been aggregating assets on pages for a long time, but the publisher gets to decide what goes on each page – what you as a reader should think about in combination. The internet gives the virtual reader power of deciding and experimenting with what goes together. It is a new way to think and learn. Interactive aggregation is pure cognitive gold.