Because we see all celebrities on television we sometimes tend to view them as objects and not human beings. And because we have all this technology, its so easy for us to rip all of these celebrities apart for every little thing that they do. But at the end of the day, these people are the ones that have touched our lives in some way shape or form. Whether we like them or not, we will always remember them for the art they have created, and the impact they made on us. For example, in 2005 the king of pop Michael Jackson was accused of sleeping with a 13 year old boy. And I guarantee that year, most people would immediately relate Michael Jackson to the horrible thing he may or may not have done, instead of his lasting impressions as an artist. On July 25th 2009, the day he died, we only remembered Jackson as the musician he was, as the king and creator of pop music. Overall what Im trying to say, as we all venture into our careers in media, we need to remember we are the sole impact for human connection and thought. If we like it or not, technology will exist for ever. Its inevitable. But because we are everyones news source, we need to keep in mind, whatever we make, post, or even just do, we are always touching somebody's soul.