Blake (the author of all these lovely articles) reflecting back on his teenage years. Yum! If thou wishest to read this exalted hymn to the woes of Blake’s youth, then thou needeth to sign up for a Starling subscription to get thy kicks on in earnest. Word.
Ok, we got a full moon in Gemini upon us (a supermoon some would say). So, here are my current thoughts on my typing of Obama as an ISFJ, and by extension, the whole of the Myers-Briggs system and what we are all trying to do here. There are some bad words in the recording […]
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This article discusses how Astrology and Myers-Briggs are similar and how they are both inescapably subjective in nature (though, this does not mean wholly subjective). If you wish to read the contents of this article, then you need to sign up for a Starling subscription. It’s close to free ($6 a month) and you can […]
I think one of the best ways to define the introverted feeling function of Myers-Briggs is as a reaction to extraverted thinking mandates, which are often political in nature. Ironically, introverted feelers are often the very type that keeps the system going, but, when power oversteps its boundaries too much, these very people are often […]
Donald Trump. What can I possibly say about him? Well, I’ve been more or less thinking about him for a week. Please note that I did not vote in this election, and moreover, I paid no attention to any of the campaign speeches, news coverage, or anything of the like. I have reasons for this […]
Herein comprises a set of notes I made on the weighty subject of introverted feeling. In other words, run for your fucking lives! Or better yet, sign up for a Starling subscription so you can read them. I know…choices, choices.
Computers exist to solve problems. Inasmuch as you are a computer, your Myers-Briggs temperament indicates the particular problem to be solved and the type of solution that you are best engineered to provide to that problem. So, by these lights, the basic problem of any temperament is the cognitive function that falls in the inferior […]
Find out which of the Myers-Briggs functions I associate with the CPU of a computer. This is Part 2 of the article If You Were A Computer (both articles are for Starling subscribers). Sign up for a Starling subscription and find out what’s going down in motherboard town!
Hi my little microchips! How are you whirring today? So, I got a neat little analogy to explain how most (if not all) of the Myers-Briggs function positions work in any given type (dominant function, auxiliary function, tertiary etc). The computer is probably the most advanced thing humans have ever built and I have a […]