Published Friday March 7th, 2008 from Camarillo, CA. Listening to Muse, feeling neutral.

Last night while doing some research on I came across this personality type quiz. I took the quiz and it told me that my personality type was INTP or Introvert, Intuitive, Thinker, Perceiver. The site goes on to explain:

People of this type tend to be: quiet, independent, and private; logical and unemotional; creative, ingenious, and innovative, global thinkers; curious and driven to increase their competence; casual, and adaptive; nonconforming and unpredictable.

Here are just a few popular and often satisfying careers for people whose Personality Type is INTP.

  • Computer software designer/developer
  • Venture capitalist
  • Legal mediator
  • Financial analyst
  • Economist
  • College professor: philosophy, economics
  • Musician
  • Intellectual property attorney
  • Web site designer
  • Investigator
  • Strategic planner
  • Neurologist
  • Pharmaceutical researcher
  • Network integration specialist

Computer software designer/developer, Venture capitalist, College philosophy professor, Musician, Web site designer? I suppose it's nice to know that at least I'm on the right track with my interests. Not knowing what I'm doing with my future has been so debilitating lately..

Posted by Damon @ 10:15, March 08, 2008
go for neurologist

Posted by Chris @ 14:57, March 16, 2008
I read about this type of psychology (something-ontics?) and it concerns me a little. I took a test last night and it gave me the INTP type, but then this morning I did it again and fell into a completely different type. Meh. Marco marco marco. The new browser-side database HTML 5 is implemented in the webkit nightlies. Have you seen it? Also, do you use xslt at all/exclusively? Did you move completely onto being a rails guy?

Posted by Marco @ 16:51, March 16, 2008
Most if not all psychology tests suffer from the same issue. Variables like how tired you are, how you feel, what emotional stress you're under can all change the outcome. It is psychology, after all.. I have not seen the browser-side db. I am familiar with and use/have used XSLT, yes. Not sure why you'd want to use it exclusively. Nor am I sure what relation it holds with rails. But no, I am not completely a rails guy.. Although, I do fancy rails.