Posted by: Marshall Sponder | July 27, 2008

Steve Jobs health and the invasion of modern media

I am writing this post on my 3G IPhone and don’t have the luxury of capturing urls and pictures (yet).

I read about the mystery surrounding Steve Jobs Health in The Guardian just now, and I am feeling as if the media ought to leave him alone, even if he does look a bit thinner.

And what about this news about John Edwards with mistress and love child cought meeting in a hotel room last tuesday?

The story seemed so slanted when I read it, so judgemental, that I actually felt more sympatetic to Edwards were the story true.

I just think we have arrived to a point where privacy is dead, but so is truth and objectivity.

Who can survive the intense scrutiny of modern online media? No one.

If you looked at anyone hard enough you’d find something messed up and wrong with them.

Let’s learn to look deeper and beyond the news. Remember, the truth is multi faceted.


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