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Hi James, great post - I think you're approach in the position you're in is a great example for others and seems to be a successful way to connect with your students. I was just having a similar type of conversation with a friend who has 2 separate twitter accounts for no other reason than to separate the informational content - work and personal interests. My feedback to her was simply that combining the two accounts IS a good idea since to the outside world it's a better and more interesting, well rounded representation of the person she is - no one thinks about one topic (healthcare) all day everyday - if they did they would be very boring. One thing I will add to the conversation is simply this - If you're putting content you don't want people to find or link to you on the internet in the first place, it's never going to happen - people will find it. There is a certain etiquette, just like you wouldn't curse in public or act ridiculous for no reason, as long as you are mindful and represent yourself in a respectable manner on the internet - there is no outstanding reason why you should need people to find you as two different personalities.