Is there such things as digital literacies (the plural form from Julia Gillen and David Barton, Digital Literacies. A Research Briefing by the Technology Enhanced Learning phase of the Teaching and Learning Research Programme, http://www.tlrp.org/docs/DigitalLiteracies.pdf)? Yes, there is, but not in the way we talk about ”the skie”, ”the chair” or ”the desktop”, or any other ”thing” or ”condition” (such as winter – be aware, it’s coming!). If ”we” agree on a ”thing” called Digital Literacy, this ”thing” exists. If we do not agree – it do not exist. That may explain the rather accented word ”ambiguity” in the figure below and to me it explains how come there is so many definitions on this ”thing”.