Terence Hunt of AP: a 'personal' accounts man.
Not so, David Espo: He's stickin' with 'private' accounts.
Late Update: My bad. Not sure how I didn't see this on first inspection, but it turns out Espo's switch-hitting, mixing his 'personal' accounts with his 'private' ones, and actually leaning toward the former.
Never too Late to Update Update: Okay, now things are really getting fishy. TPM Reader PF just sent in this note: "In your linked column, Espo does not use 'private accounts' at all. The article appears to have been posted at 4:31 pm EST, 45 minutes after your post. Did you see a different version of his article? Is this evidence of retroactive deprivatizing?" And by golly, he's right! I just checked and this time 'private accounts' doesn't appear once. So, yes, over the course of the day the phrase 'private accounts' would appear to be swirling down the memory hole before our very eyes. I suspect now that my first reading wasn't wrong either. It must have gone from 'private' accounts, to both, to now just 'personal'.