The connectivity of web-based networks and myriad digital applications have opened up vast new opportunities, formats, and audiences for writing. Blogs, texting, crowdsourced research, the hyperlink, and multimodal composition are now somewhat ubiquitous. Digital writing is not simply a matter of integrating new tools into an unchanged repertoire of writing processes. Rather, digital writing today is about the dramatic changes in the ecology of writing and communication — what it means to create, compose, and share. In short, digital writing is a mode of thinking. With this change in ecology in mind, my students and I have decided to join Digital Writing Month.