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I had that increasingly frequent jarring sensation — almost an out-of-body experience — when I am reading some random article in Flipboard, or online, and I see my name, and experience some comment or insight of mine being used as a lever in some argument or exposition. Here, Bryan Vartabedian — a pediatric gastroenterologist , who writes about social media and medicine — uses my line

The single most important decision in a connected world is who to follow

as a riposte to Seth Godin’s recent comments about Twitter.
Someday I’ll get used to it.

I had that increasingly frequent jarring sensation — almost an out-of-body experience — when I am reading some random article in Flipboard, or online, and I see my name, and experience some comment or insight of mine being used as a lever in some argument or exposition. Here, Bryan Vartabedian — a pediatric gastroenterologist , who writes about social media and medicine — uses my line

The single most important decision in a connected world is who to follow

as a riposte to Seth Godin’s recent comments about Twitter.

Someday I’ll get used to it.

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