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  1. #61
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    Ahhh, the invention of tabs. I usually have a minimum of 5 open at a time, with a maximum of maybe 20.

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    I've had seven or eight up at one time. My average is three to four.

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    If you use Firefox, you should check out Tab Mix Plus.



    It saves the tabs from your last two sessions automatically, lets you save sessions for later use, remembers closed tabs (priceless), remembers closed windows(!), puts tabs in rows, lets you duplicate tabs or copy/move them to a new window, colors unread tabs, and a whole lot more.

    And I just happened to notice that it's been downloaded 13.7 million times. Wow.

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    Ahh, I used to use Firefox, but now I'm a Chrome fan. The only downside is that you don't save tabs in the same sense that Firefox does. :/

    Looks like a nice management tool, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post

    Should we even dare to think about it?

    Who's on Encyclopedia Dramatica? I'd bet money that most people on Cracked: writers and posters are Ns.
    Funnily enough, there's a MBTI poll on the Encyclopædia Dramatica forums. According to the poll, INTJs, INTPs, INFPs and ENTPs are the most common types on there. However, the site the OP linked to is the notorious Human Metrics one, so I think a fair amount of the people who received INTJ/INTP on the test are actually ISTJs and ISTPs. Still, it's no surprise that NTs are more attracted to the site than other types. It has a very NT sort of humor.

    As for 4chan, I think it really depends on what board you go to. I imagine that it's pretty balanced in everything but the E/I and maybe the T/F dichotomy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    excellent post Mister Eyebrows.


    what each type actually uses the internet for:

    ESTJ - forum moderating
    ENTJ - spying on people using google maps
    ESTP - dead baby jokes
    ENTP - drug dealing
    ESFJ - daily religious email messages
    ENFJ - shoe shopping
    ESFP - facebook events
    ENFP - joining cults
    ISTJ - reporting posts
    INTJ - bounty hunt contracting
    ISTP - openware developing
    INTP - learning trivia
    ISFJ - donating money
    INFJ - conspiracy theory
    INFP - emo music
    thank you to gromit for pointing out i missed ISFP

    they use the internets to buy weed from the ENTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ED, NTs. that's their kind of humor.
    Quote Originally Posted by Havane View Post
    Funnily enough, there's a MBTI poll on the Encyclopædia Dramatica forums. According to the poll, INTJs, INTPs, INFPs and ENTPs are the most common types on there. However, the site the OP linked to is the notorious Human Metrics one, so I think a fair amount of the people who received INTJ/INTP on the test are actually ISTJs and ISTPs. Still, it's no surprise that NTs are more attracted to the site than other types. It has a very NT sort of humor.

    WIN

    lulz.
    not like it was that hard to guess, i live with a pair of NTs

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    I really think it's other face of hypocrisy when people start claiming that Ss IN GENERAL dont grasp theories slower than Ns and all that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    I really think it's other face of hypocrisy when people start claiming that Ss IN GENERAL dont grasp theories slower than Ns and all that stuff.
    MBTI is about preference not skill.
    -end of thread-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havane View Post
    As for 4chan, I think it really depends on what board you go to. I imagine that it's pretty balanced in everything but the E/I and maybe the T/F dichotomy.
    The behavior of 4chan itself is ENTP to the core. Most people in there are probably INTP though.
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