Listen, if you haven't figured out by now that I am an avowed "social media is the devil" dude, then you need to pack your stuff and leave my TED talk. Ok, please don't leave...stay abeg. I have always been an early adopter, and because of my product gig I had early access to Facebook, Insta, Twitter, Foursquare, Path, LinkedIn and the rest in the early days. I deleted my Facebook account in 2016 (it had turned into high school), my Insta is private and used for stalking the 'behind the scenes' lives of people I may need to deal with, and Twitter is like going to the market...just to see if there's anything good, and then I am out. I am very lucid with the fact that people present avatars of themselves on these platforms that bear no resemblance to reality, so useless envy or FOMOing in regret are exercises in a complete and utter waste of time (watch Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One...actually read the book and the sequel Ready Player Two, you'll see where this virtual madness is headed).