I kicked; I screamed; I protested. And, then I surrendered to the reality that we live in a narcissistic digital world. Where everyone's running around at accelerated speeds. And, let's not get into the crazy world of cyber stalking, cyber bullying and the crazies we make ourselves accessible to online. I was a target of hacking and cyber bullying but I refuse to be a victim. I will not be stifled by others childish games nor stoop to their hellish levels. If you find yourself being harassed via online or telephone hire a telephone forensics specialist to indeed prove your phone has been hacked and then file a police report to protect yourself in the event of any future crime committed against you. Anyhoot, let's face it if you don't have some sort of existence composed of jpeg's and digital codes to give your life a projection on hand held devices, laptops, or tablets you're a fading ghost howling in the distant wind, to those you don't see on a regular basis. I mean when I see some of my own family they have no clue what is going on in my life. It's been years since I Facebooked (I literally have no idea how to even navigate on there anymore). Instagram seemed to turn into a "oh, look at what I have and how cute I am and all of the people who I desperately need validation from". What is even a snapchat? You post a picture and then it disappears? Yeah, that totally makes sense. I never use any of them. I only text and email for business purposes or my intermediate family. If we're friends sorry you have to hear this nasally high pitch voice. I NEVER and I mean NEVER text nor email friends or companions. I just like to live my life with the ones I truly love on a more personable level. You know actually visiting, talking on the phone (That's when you dial a phone number wait for the receiving party to answer and you start a conversation. It's actually pretty cool...try it sometime). In today's computer coded make-up that leaves a lot of people you care about out of loop. I encourage direct meaningful communication with loved ones and friends on a regular basis. But, who am I kidding we all need some sort of online outlet. So, I said to myself: Self, create another blog. However much I push and scream it just makes sense to give Tangivision the light of day. I know I sound like an old proud Mary; To the contrary I am tech savvy and keep my ear to the ground. World affairs, spirituality, pop culture, the business world, fashion, philanthropy, art and music are just some of my interest and things incorporated in my life and I am here to share them all with you. Wipe the dew out of your eyes it's time for Tangivision.