Teemu Leinonen points out that the current bout of scepticism regarding learning objects is a continuation of a longer-running discussion. And the idea of 'object' or 'node', he writes, is already well-enough entrenched on the web. "There is maybe nothing new in the LO thinking. We already have the Web where content is as reusable and modular as it can be." And he adds, "The world of reusable and modular content - the web - is today better than a few years ago. Some people call it web 2.0. I would call it comeback of the web." Sounds right to me.