Breaking away from glass slides to adopt Digital Pathology is a very popular move these days. Seems like it is everywhere now. Digital pathology has moved way beyond the classroom as only a tool for education - and is now at the center of research and clinical practice. Where are you in this world of broken glass? A resident with the need for whole slide images for study, a new Surgical Pathology faculty as director of the Division of Digital Pathology, or AP Division Director who is tasked to keep up with the latest guidelines for implementing artificial intelligence/machine learning?