I found that while searching on Google and by taking the cache, this text was taken from a video posted on YouTube, and posted it on an aspie forum.
Spielberg type - Sociable, often likes sports, somewhat extroverted, has quite a few friends, usually has an average IQ, spelling and grammar often quite poor. People can be surprised to find that this person is on the autism spectrum.
Einstein type - Intellectual, high IQ, likely to be skilled on computers, excellent grammar and spelling, likes to be known as an expert on their chosen special interest. May become argumentative with others who they feel are less knowledgable than they are.
Powell type - Aggressive, possibly has PTSD or BPD, intelligent, hostile in general and can become violent at times. May use drugs in order to relieve their stress. Very often been bullied in school, and feels that they must be strong and a fighter in order to survive in life.
Numan type - Daydreamer, often spaces out, finds other people very hard to understand, and finds they are very often misunderstood. Has many dreams and plans, finds it very, very hard to bond with people. Possibly has bipolar.
Morrissey type - Fantasises a lot, feels very separated from people, may have a schizophrenia diagnosis, likes art and creativity especially. Feels a connection with other times in history, feels like a completely unique person inside. Can often be called an 'Alien' by others.
Nicholls type - Hyperactive, energetic, extrovert, tries to make friends often, has no trouble making friends, but then finds them hard to keep for any length of time. People may complain that they are irritating, such as family members, or that they are immature and childish. May be diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. Likes to talk to people, and does not have a lot of social fear.
Carroll type - Passive, very introverted, quiet, shy, very deeply involved in special interests, having friends or relationships is always secondary to special interests. Appears calm outside, showing little emotion, but can be anxious inside. Prefers to keep all emotions subdued publically. Very likely to be bullied in school, very rarely gets angry or aggressive.
Warhol type - Extremely confident, to the point of egocentricity. Thinks highly of themselves, and thinks that others should too. Has many ideas, and feels that the world misunderstands them. Likes to monologue excessively. Often friendly in formal settings. If problems occur, they can become revengeful and bitter in life. Could have NPD traits
Therefore, not all aspies are ILI...