” Although thinking goes on in one’s head, external media serve to materialize thoughts and, through feedback, to augment the actual paths the thinking follows.”
This nugget stood out to be because it speaks in volume and exposes the truth. Thinking is something that is imperative that we all do, infact a individual has over 4,000 thoughts a day. Which doesn’t mean anything unless we store them. And we store them their mediums like computers, phones, any type of media outlet. What Kay and Goldberg mean by this line is that the ability to gather a idea in one’s head has a purpose, and that purpose is to be captured on some sort of outlet that holds its safety. With that, we can further do whatever we see necessary with that thought. Their idea of using media for materializing thoughts serves as the groundwork to further explore and captivate certain thoughts.