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Wording matters

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Quite belated, I bumped into this article on "tech lingo invented by marketers" by Mike Elgan.

Stop Dishonest Tech Lingo!

In the article, his heat on the term "follow" which was “invented“ for Twitter goes;

“The word is designed to appeal to narcissists who always wanted a "following." It lets users think that people out there are hanging on every word, anticipating every quip and mobilizing in response to the brilliant missives of the genius tweeter.“