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    Senior Member Tiger Owl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    ADHD and/or OCD
    Not a Myers Briggs thing at all, IMHO.


    I agree. And I also google far more than I should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by earthtrekker1775 View Post
    I agree. And I also google far more than I should.
    It's such a double bind, isn't it? It's the ultimate research tool, but at the same time more dangerous at wasting time than any gaming system.
    Thank God Googling has ZERO calories; if it had any at all I'd weigh 4,587,234 trillion-zillion-bajillion pounds.
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    I think it's Ne types that do it the most. I know some INTJs, ENTJs and ISTPs who Google a lot, but they don't get caught up in the Google train of thought like Ne types do.

    So... mostly NPs. But there's also SJs, if they have lots of Ne. Like me and @sui generis! We have had MANY conversations about the perils of excessive Googling

    And I agree with everything everyone's said about ADHD
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    I don't actually google excessively though, but I'll typically eventually get to whatever amount of tabs my computer will allow before crashing When I do google it's usually more of a pattern of "OMG I need to find out more about that...(searches) (tabs out three interesting links) (finds five interesting things on one of the tabs) OMG I need to know about all those!! (and the process repeats)" So I'm actually too scattered for compulsive googling?

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    I have more than 90 now... In one window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    I don't actually google excessively though, but I'll typically eventually get to whatever amount of tabs my computer will allow before crashing When I do google it's usually more of a pattern of "OMG I need to find out more about that...(searches) (tabs out three interesting links) (finds five interesting things on one of the tabs) OMG I need to know about all those!! (and the process repeats)" So I'm actually too scattered for compulsive googling?



    Wow your computer must run fantastically
    it does until it crashes, after relaunching, all the tabs are back...

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    I'm an INFJ who googles constantly. I love Google searches. My ISFJ mother is not computer literate but she loves it when I look stuff up on Google and tell her about it or answer her questions. Often when we are on the phone we will begin to wonder about something and I just google it. My parents have always had a large library of reference books on a variety of subjects. It's quite typical of them and me included if I am there, to haul out all of these books and begin looking things up and then follow all the tangents this leads to. I would say that the information we typically search for will differ a little though they certainly overlap. Mum is very fond of her atlas and loves to look things up there and to see where one place is in relation to another. She also likes phone books and directories. If mum had access to Google she would be looking up more abstract things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    INTPs usually have already read one article or two about pretty much every subject people may talk about. I think INTPs are the wikipedia rats of mbti. Sometimes it is easy to forget what we were trying to learn about in first place.
    Google...perhaps.
    Exactly. You check if you have any emails and you see an ad about virtual reality and you search about it and then about what kind of professional you'd need to be to create something like that and then about a workshop advertised in a university website that is about modelling monsters carving wood, and then about anisotropy, which is a quality of wood, and then Finnish houses made of wood.. and then you decide you want to be an architect.

    I usually have multiple windows with dozens of tabs each. Yes, it's obsession.

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