Some people argue that technology produces a form of creative laziness. In music, for example, musicians no longer need to play instruments in real time, rather they can repeat and edit samples, which can require far less skill. Vocalists can sing out of tune and have their voices digitally perfected afterward. Technology enables plagiarism and copyright infringement too, this cheapens the value of the arts and creativity generally, especially images, music, and video. Why put in a lot of effort when your ideas can so easily be stolen? Another problem is that the internet encourages low-level browsing, rather than the deeper involvement and appreciation that comes from a bigger commitment from recipients. An unimaginative one sentence meme often does better than a creative fifteen-minute video.