That may sound retarded, but I think software DO give some priority to some information aspects, and less to others.
I started by typing... video games (cognitive and emotional content). There's some evidence that most shoot-em-up's are LSI, most FPS's are SEE, and so on.
That night, (my mind is really restless...) I had a thought that for example, operating systems can have types.
Here are some examples :
DOS and CP/M : LII
Windows : LIE
Linux : ILI
Solaris : LSI
OpenBSD : LSI
NetBSD : SLE
OS/2 : LSE (reminiscent of IBM, which is LSE)
I'll explain :
- Windows is more efficiency-oriented, but to the detriment of stability (doesn't much apply in NT-based Windows, though)
- BSD is more stability-oriented, and minimising vulnerabilities (negativist )
- Solaris is reputated to be very stable, but very slow
- OS/2 is quite stable and efficient, but quite slow
- DOS-like systems appear complicated, but are actually very easy to understand, logical and consistent - it's caracteristic of
However, this is quite approximative.
What for an Enneagram of Operating Systems ? which one should integrate which one ?
What for minimising weak aspects ? Windows is currently acquiring and . All types can feel like they were their illusionaries at times... Sometimes I feel like I'm an LSE.
What for typing other computer software ? For example, what motivates some internauts to prefer Firefox to IE, or IE to Firefox ? or even other obscure browsers...
I mean, Socionics does not just describes aspects of human mental, verbal and physical behaviours. It also explains the aspects of the whole reality. Even computer software, or even hardware. No matter what.