In the same way the Pilgrims were seeking more than material abundance, the digital economy’s fruits are not all measurable. Our digital world does not create a heaven on earth, but it does empower more people than ever before to express themselves more fully through work, commerce, art, science, community, and civic activism. It may not free oppressed nations, at least not immediately, but it does carry voices further and faster than before. It may not resolve persistent unemployment, but it does allow more people to pursue particular passions and match their talents with the world’s needs. It fuels the engine of knowledge creation and accumulation that we now believe is the basis of economic growth, not to mention the Aristotelian ideal.