I suppose the problem could be, overall, that I was trying to express a concept that was more vague than could be put into words unless the person was willing to make a lot of assumptions about my meaning. The irony is that when I made the concept more specific, I ended up arbitrarily narrowing it so that I could provide examples, but there were several other ways of viewing it that I didn't have time to include, which might have completely changed how people responded to it.
I suppose what's frustrating to me, is that I can think of so many ways to view the same concept without prompting, while everyone else can't even seem to think of one way without someone else providing it, and then they end up sticking to that one way of looking at it unless someone shows them another that seems more compelling.
I guess basically, I'm frustrated that not everyone is Ni dominant and willing to make crazy assumptions.
That's true, that's true...
Yeah, I'm exaggerating a little when I go off on tangents like that... I would really pay more attention and try to figure out who I was pissing off if I were to actually implement anything. I was saying all that stuff with the assumption that someone else would handle the details and develop the technology.