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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    (I actually dreamed it last night, literally)
    You dream about this forum, substitute?

    I wouldn't appear on the teaching axis, and I probably wouldn't fit on the sociability axis either.

    My name wouldn't be a plot on a graph, just put under a label saying:

    Unsocial.
    Leave to own devices and hopefully one day he'll leave of own accord.
    Humouring him can only make things worse.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Ordinarily Mort, no I don't dream about this forum! In the dream I walked into this guy's office and he had this graph on his table, I was looking at it while he was talking to me about something to do with olive oil (). He noticed me looking at it and said "Ah, that's our research into Netizen behaviour", and I went "Oh". Then I think he might've turned into a chicken or something. I don't remember clearly.

    Re. teaching and learning - yes, of course you need to learn first to teach, but there's nearly always a discernible emphasis of intention/persuasion/tendency in most people towards one or the other. Some people have an urge or desire to spread their knowledge, to influence and persuade - "change things" externally, whilst some people don't have that desire or only very slightly. If you have it strongly then your teaching side is the side we'd see most - your learning side would be less visible if your tendency was to read stuff, reflect on it internally and then give opinions on it, than if your tendency was to read, reflect, and then either do nothing externally or ask questions. edit - for some people the teaching urge is so strong that they don't even reflect before opining

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    P.S. Mort - hifive fellow friend of the Zooniverse Have to have a crimp sometime

    Well I am king of the Mods. :SaiyanSmilie_anim:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    Well I am king of the Mods. :SaiyanSmilie_anim:
    Is that what the suit's for? In case you have to do a benefit for some pine cones?

    Ahem... back to topic (or not, makes no odds to me)

    I reckon a question about how people respond to quizzes that are posted might be potentially quite telling about their place on the graph. Something like this:

    When someone posts a quiz, assuming it's a quiz on a topic you find interesting, do you usually:

    a) Do it and post your results, read others' results and comment on them
    b) Do it and post your results, read others' but don't comment on them
    c) Do it, post yours, but pay no attention to others
    d) Do it, but don't post your results and don't read other people's
    e) Do it, don't post yours, but read others'
    f) Do it, don't post yours and don't read others'
    g) Don't do it, don't read or comment on others' results
    h) Don't do it, but read other people's results
    i) Don't do it, but read and comment on other people's results

    and any other options...
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    I'm socially absorbent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    and any other options...
    Maybe order and quantity.

    Oftentimes I'll read the first couple of posts to see if it sounds interesting, do the test, post my results and not read anybody elses.....


    ...but then maybe check later on to see if somebody has responded to my post.
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    That suggests to me non-social fact giving...? Or just vanity Only natural for the king of the mods
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Well, here's a revised draft - I've used very broad, positive potential type labels - refine at will. I think there could be different types within one quadrant, depending where the person lands in relation to the axes...



    Maverick I'm not talking about in RL, it's called a Forum Behaviour graph, not a RL personality test! (for the billionth time lol )


    now wait this graph changes everything.... I would put myself as more of a connector/absorber but with a tendency to lurk until I feel comfortable in a situation.
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    I hover above and below the line between shepherd and connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I reckon a question about how people respond to quizzes that are posted might be potentially quite telling about their place on the graph. Something like this:

    When someone posts a quiz, assuming it's a quiz on a topic you find interesting, do you usually:

    a) Do it and post your results, read others' results and comment on them
    b) Do it and post your results, read others' but don't comment on them
    c) Do it, post yours, but pay no attention to others
    d) Do it, but don't post your results and don't read other people's
    e) Do it, don't post yours, but read others'
    f) Do it, don't post yours and don't read others'
    g) Don't do it, don't read or comment on others' results
    h) Don't do it, but read other people's results
    i) Don't do it, but read and comment on other people's results

    and any other options...
    Very true sub... that would probably be the most quantitative way of measuring across the two axis. You need a system of quantifying the answers though. The question is who's going to spend the time to do that?

    Also relating to CzeCze's idea... having other people rate you. I think that might be easier to do than a quiz... Just have a bunch of people rate your forum behavior and take the group average. That still requires work to set up though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    what comes out must have gone in... how can one teach without absorbing/learning?

    lets place ourselves on this grid instead:

    http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/fuck_grapefruit.png

    i agree with the artist's sentiments... fuck grapefruit.
    Cute...

    Although you're suggesting that forum members are fruits to be eaten or not... hmmm interesting line of thought.

    Anyways, so who's the grapefruit?

    btw- WHAT IS WITH PEOPLE DRAWING HORIZONTAL LINES? That one is on a slant as well!

    edit: nvm... just indicates the line was drawn from left to right... do ignore me

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