As an INTP, that's what I plugged in Google.. thus going to two INTP groups.. one was INTPc. There were folks who came to my rescue when I was attacked there (agism) and they were members here. So, of course, this is the place for me. As a strong "I" the social interaction is important to me although I have seen that some here consider that a negative. All-in-all, I'm finding it balanced and enjoyable. I've learned to just stay away from the "attackers" which are not the majority. Its a learning process... they're everywhere.
I'm also at INTJ Forum and now INTP Central. Thus far, they're rather boring.
I'm wondering if I should also join ENTP Forum, but it seems rather uneventful, as well.
Have no interest in INFPgc.
The first personality site I became a member of was at the Enneagram Institute (I'm called vfx fan there), and then I found the MyPersonality.info forum, but it had a strong Christian bias that I wasn't immediately aware of, and somehow I found this one after searching around INTPc.
I like this one the best! I have an account over at INTPc which is only used when this forum is really slow and I occasionally lurk on INFPgc and the INTJ site, but I prefer the type diversity here (and the not feeling discriminated against for being the "wrong type" )
I think that too high of a concentration of any one type in one place is a fairly horrible idea!
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
I have accounts in several places. I happen to stick around here a lot more than in others.
I actually joined MBTINebulous and INTPc before I joined this one. At the time, I didn't really know my type and thought I was IxxP at least.
I have come to learn Myers-Briggs related information fairly well, but have become disillusioned in it's usefulness.
I looked into the enneagram and find it to suffer even more from the issues that M-B suffers from. But one thing the enneagram lacks is the tendency to (self-)pigeonhole people. In fact, it seems, the whole point is to break free of the loops we get ourselves in through "integration."
The "Big Five" is supposedly "academically blessed" but I think it suffers greatly from the (self-)pigeonholing problem. In fact, it seems like nothing more than an "academically blessed" way to be (self-)bigoted. I think learning about the Big Five has harmed my psyche irrevocably. I now "know" I am neurotic, introverted (which is bad in this frame-work), not conscientious, and border on disagreeable. Its a good thing imagination is more important than knowledge.
Accept the past. Live for the present. Look forward to the future. Robot Fusion
"As our island of knowledge grows, so does the shore of our ignorance." John Wheeler
"[A] scientist looking at nonscientific problems is just as dumb as the next guy." Richard Feynman
"[P]etabytes of  data is not the same thing as understanding emergent mechanisms and structures." Jim Crutchfield