The base of most museums is the collection, wither gathered for a purpose or collected over time, the collections and objects that they comprise of are a key element to the museum. Svetlana Alpers continues these ideas in The Museum as a Way of Seeing, when she claims that collections and objects are judged for visual interest. (p. 26) In the fast-driven technological world, it seems as if we forget the objects and narrative of the museum for the flashy-new entertainment technology. The balancing of technology and exhibits can be a difficult one, over use of technology can date an exhibition as well as prevent the narrative from being told properly. In a lecture by Kazy Varnelis about Network Culture: A Changing Context for Design, during the Q&A session he stated that objects have to tell a story. In addition, he stressed that things have power over us. When combining these elements we must remember that though technology is a constant in our lives today, it is not always the solution. In the future, we must find a balance between these different display methods so that the narrative can be expressly told.