Sean sent around a link to Typealyzer, a site that reads your blog (or the first page? or the last X posts?) and assigns it a Myers-Brigg personality type. My three blogs are all different.

This blog is a Doer:

The active and playful type. They are especially attuned to people and things around them and often full of energy, talking, joking and engaging in physical out-door activities. [Ed.: awww]

The Doers are happiest with action-filled work which craves their full attention and focus. [Ed.: Ain’t that the truth.] They might be very impulsive and more keen on starting something new than following it through. [Ed.: All too true, I’m afraid.] They might have a problem with sitting still or remaining inactive for any period of time. [Ed.: So too true.]

End of Cyberspace is a Thinker:

The logical and analytical type. They are especialy attuned to difficult creative and intellectual challenges and always look for something more complex to dig into. They are great at finding subtle connections between things and imagine far-reaching implications. [Ed.: Well, I like that.]

They enjoy working with complex things using a lot of concepts and imaginative models of reality. Since they are not very good at seeing and understanding the needs of other people, they might come across as arrogant, impatient and insensitive to people that need some time to understand what they are talking about. [Ed.: Ummm. What about being especially attuned to people?]

Future Now, finally, is a Scientist:

The long-range thinking and individualistic type. They are especially good at looking at almost anything and figuring out a way of improving it – often with a highly creative and imaginative touch. They are intellectually curious and daring, but might be physically hesitant to try new things.

The Scientists enjoy theoretical work that allows them to use their strong minds and bold creativity. Since they tend to be so abstract and theoretical in their communication they often have a problem communcating their visions to other people and need to learn patience and use concrete examples. [Ed.: Hmmmm….] Since they are extremly good at concentrating they often have no trouble working alone. [Ed.: During those few times I can sit still and remain inactive.]

Is this something to worry about, I wonder? Put another way, should one be concerned by whimsical but totally spurious applications of dubious science? Probably not.