I've found in numerous Fe/Fi discussions more points of disagreement or conflict than I actually experience in real life with the same types. I've heard other express the same sentiments.
I wonder if an online environment allows people to explore their differences in a more uncensored way? They feel safer expressing their most inward thoughts or entering into conflict with people because it does not have the same kind of negative personal impact as it would in real life. Certainly I think that it affords a sped up version of real life, with more recorded conversations and known individuals to observe and interact with. Mostly you would not get into or observe conflict with or hear as much personal information from anyone in real life.
Do you think this brings out almost a caricature of people, highlighting all of their most distinctive points in a way that real life doesn't? In doing so, do you think it obscures other less prominent features, or no? I certainly find that it's difficult for me to type people in real life in the way that I find it easier to online.