- Type: SeFi
- Development: lll-
- Attitude: Unseelie
@LadyNerdsky A few points on your post.
I totally agree that it’s good to really listen to the people who are actually here, which is why I offered so much about my personal story and invited others to do the same. On the other hand, what kind of people end up here? Not everyone would gravitate to typology or to forum culture. Artistic, philosophical or sciency types would be likely to do so more than the average population, I’d imagine. Many Te people who have been typed here have simply gotten their type, said hello and never posted again. (It’s inefficient use of time.)
I bring up Trent Reznor because he’s an artist I know a lot about and it offers a contrast with another dev level. I was a VERY serious artist to the point that I never even knew what a forum was until I was 32. I never watched TV or played video games AT ALL. For me to end up here required very very serious illness and also a strong reason, tying into my goals. But my lifestyle in general, when I’m even remotely healthy, is really is not comparable to most people I’ve met on forums. So to make my point and draw comparisons I have to use other types of people.
I never bring up artists that I hardly know. The few I love, I’ve done a lot of research into them.
Love the idea of looking at medical professionals. That is a really good way to get some diversity going.
I have often wondered if there’s a difference between Ne and Se when it comes to a need for variety, even if both are the same dev level. No idea; I don’t have enough data – but just bringing it up for consideration.