This post was originally published on September 13. 2006.
Wonderland's post on MOGMasters, levelling and Myers-Briggs points out that most gamers fit into INTJ, INTP, ISTJ, or ISTP Myers-Briggs personalities. But only 19% of women are one of these four introverted (I) and thinking (T) Myers-Briggs personalities.
I'm an INTJ myself - which maybe explains why I'm one of the few women I know who play computer games regularly!
I really would like to see a game developed by non-core gamer personalities - I'll bet it would be refreshing and possibly something my other women friends would actually play!
I also wonder if games developed by introverted-thinkers are training kids to think and solve problems like INTJs/INTPs/ISTJs/ISTPs? Are games developing a higher percentage of introverted-thinker people?
The original presentation referred to can be found here: In the Age of Dinosaurs (PDF)
This post was originally published on September 12. 2006.
One of my new blogs to read is Signum sine tinnitu by Guy Kawasaki. I was lead here by the post Ten Things To Learn this Year, which is definitely applicable to newish information professionals.
This post was originally published September 7. 2006.
This commercial gives me a newfound appreciation for tea o.o
Oh no, sad caterpillar face! ( T_T )
This post was originally published August 24. 2006.
Good news is I have a new job! I'm very excited - I'm starting next week! Tomorrow, Friday, is my last day at my current job, and I'll really miss all the people there. It's a small organization so it's neat that I actually did sit down and work with everyone at some point or another. Because tomorrow is a staff barbeque, I spent most of today packing up and getting ready to go... I hope I don't forget anything...