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    garbage.

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    persistent as a noun..? seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krieger View Post
    persistent as a noun..? seriously?
    Fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    i did read the description. i didn't relate to it. hence, garbage.

    why don't you just admit that you're angry at me and it has fuckall to do with WSS or whatever you're pretending this is about? you're clearly pissed off at me.
    Which description did you not relate to that is the type you identify as? I am always open to suggestions on how to improve the descriptions.

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    Cool. What brainspace did you go in to churn these out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    Cool. What brainspace did you go in to churn these out?
    The part reserved for WSS activities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Oliver Aaron View Post
    The part reserved for WSS activities.
    I meant more along the lines of...did you directly pull from your understanding of theory algorithmically, did you rely
    on past experiences and loose guidelines, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    I meant more along the lines of...did you directly pull from your understanding of theory algorithmically, did you rely
    on past experiences and loose guidelines, etc?
    I relied primarily on the definitions of each IME and the definitions of each function and put it together in my head. Guiding this process was a certain amount of experience of each type, as well as occasional advice from people of each type.

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    Thank you for sharing your ideas!!!
    Looking forward to any more input

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    I find these descriptions to be rather good. Nice job.

    I think the only issue I have with them especially isn't anything to do with the descriptions: citing famous examples who are figures of hate or controversy may not be helpful, especially as the first image on the page (e.g. Mother Teresa, Christopher Hitchens). (it is difficult to find people who are entirely uncontroversial though!)
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    I like your description but i like your description of Model A a lot more. IMO sometimes to much interpretation into a IE but I guess description have to be like that.

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    can i ask about WSS' rationale behind using "Energizer" and "Integrator"? to me these terms have implications very different from "Extravert" and "Introvert", so i'm curious to know why the former are being used as a replacement the latter.

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    Full props man, nice synopsis of the intuitive ethicals. Only real critique is the small amount of plagiarizing from other's material, not that I could name specifics, but it would be academically dishonest to state that these are your own ideas and not the work of former socionics authors.

    Giving them proper credit, for example cite the source material when instances of paraphrasing occur, would give them more appeal. However, it is a personal blog and the descriptions speak for themselves so its not really a big deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subteigh View Post
    I find these descriptions to be rather good. Nice job.

    I think the only issue I have with them especially isn't anything to do with the descriptions: citing famous examples who are figures of hate or controversy may not be helpful, especially as the first image on the page (e.g. Mother Teresa, Christopher Hitchens). (it is difficult to find people who are entirely uncontroversial though!)
    I find it would be very difficult to find an outspoken, influential figure who wasn't controversial, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glam View Post
    can i ask about WSS' rationale behind using "Energizer" and "Integrator"? to me these terms have implications very different from "Extravert" and "Introvert", so i'm curious to know why the former are being used as a replacement the latter.
    Yes, that's exactly why. Extrovert and Introvert carry a lot of baggage about being sociable or being shy. I find that the terms Energiser and Integrator better convey what it means to be the Socionics Extratim or Introtim.

    The Energiser has bold Se, Ne, Te and Fe, so they are more engaging, dynamic, audacious, expressive, productive and impulsive. Energisers get things going in large leaps of activity.

    The Integrator has bold Si, Ni, Ti and Fi, so they are more reflective, analytical, meticulous, relaxed, precise, sincere and careful. Integrators tie up little loose ends and make sure new changes properly fit together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wacey View Post
    Full props man, nice synopsis of the intuitive ethicals. Only real critique is the small amount of plagiarizing from other's material, not that I could name specifics, but it would be academically dishonest to state that these are your own ideas and not the work of former socionics authors.

    Giving them proper credit, for example cite the source material when instances of paraphrasing occur, would give them more appeal. However, it is a personal blog and the descriptions speak for themselves so its not really a big deal.
    Thankyou. I don't think you can name specifics because neither can I. I deliberately did not look at other profiles while writing, so that I could avoid plagiarism and could not point out direct influences if you asked me, except for one or two edits I made later when asking a few friends for tips, which I expressed in my own words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Oliver Aaron View Post
    Thankyou. I don't think you can name specifics because neither can I. I deliberately did not look at other profiles while writing, so that I could avoid plagiarism and could not point out direct influences if you asked me, except for one or two edits I made later when asking a few friends for tips, which I expressed in my own words.
    Please dont misunderstand, the articles are great work, well researched, plus yiu have the added advantage of first hand interviews. Look forward to seeing more material.
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