And I do wonder if the à la carte model really would work out best for us in the end. I think there’s a bit of danger in pigeonholing. Everyone has interests that are more diverse than we maybe realize sometimes. I like science fiction but I also like competition shows about fashion design and Edwardian dramas about the changes in class structure. It’s why we force children to study both math and poetry and music even if they’re no good at some of it. It’s why we still like sometimes to have a DJ pick music instead of playing all the same old stuff on our iPods. There is a benefit to curation, and we’re enjoying those benefits without realizing it right now, dumb as TV networks act sometimes.