As I was writing my previous post I’ve come across an interesting site, This site does something interesting – it scans a blog and determined, based on the blog’s content, the Myer-Briggs Personality Indicator that can be ascribed to the author of the blog. When inputting my blog the analysis came back with a MBTI classification of INTJ. More interestingly, the result also includes a chart outlining the various dominant personality types exercised while writing up the blog.

I am not suggesting the results shown by this site are scientifically correct but in my case, the personality type identified by the typealyzer did match my personality type as identified in independent tests.

Give it a go, it is fun!

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