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Myers Briggs: Blog edition [a companion post]

11 Dec

After my previous post on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, I stumbled across several other blogs posting on that or related topics.  One of them had a fun twist on this scheme by providing a classification scheme for your particular blog.

Like the MBTI, there are four different scales that you (your blog) is rated on:

Introverted — Extroverted :  (outreach and community)

Development — Gain :  (motivation and purpose)

Multiple topics — Single topics :  (topics and interests)

Citing — Theorizing :  (style and form)

Naturally, I decided to take the quiz and find out what type of blog I have.

As it turns out, my blog fell into the category: EDMC

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Kind of fun and interesting, though I’m not sure how disciplined I am as a blogger, and I am not a fan of raisenettes…

 

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Posted by on December 11, 2012 in Projects/Activities, sociology, Uncategorized

 

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4 responses to “Myers Briggs: Blog edition [a companion post]

  1. Buzz

    December 11, 2012 at 6:44 PM

    Mike,
    If you dropped out of school to become a professional blogger, I will be so disappointed in you. I feel like Buddy is the son that I always wanted. Also, I want the Honda back. You can just give the keys to Buddy.
    Love,
    Buzz

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  2. rarasaur

    December 12, 2012 at 2:36 AM

    Yayyy, thanks for taking the quiz and for sharing your results! 😀 You’ve been blogging for a year, right? I call that disciplined! I don’t know the stats, but I’m pretty sure most blogs don’t have that long of a lifespan. 😀

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    • trokspot

      December 12, 2012 at 8:30 AM

      Yes, it has been a bit over a year now! I guess I hadn’t thought of “disciplined” in that way, but that’s a great point. I was thinking in terms of sometimes I post 4 times a week, sometimes I only post once a week. It would be interesting if there was some sort of way to track the average lifespan of a blog…

      Also, the quiz was fun and super creative! Thanks for sharing it!

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