This document last updated July 8, 2003.
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Because of too many recent cycles of
"add me to the list"
followed one day later by
"take me off this @#$%! list NOW or I'll have you reproted for SPAMMINGE!!!1!"
I have made it a policy for now to require people to subscribe on their own so that they are familiar with the subscription/unsubscription procedure.
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This is an email list by, for and about people who are INTJ according to the Myers-Briggs classification.
You don't have to be INTJ to be a member. Some of our long-time members are other types, most notably INTP. INFP sometimes has a fatal attraction as well.
You don't have to agree with the INTJ point of view (whatever that is) to be a member of the list. Be aware, however, that if the source of the difference of opinion is really type-related, you're not likely to convince us to be something else. INTJs more than any other type believe in themselves and trust their own judgment.
Live with it.
Please don't post HTML and Mime to the list. If you do, someone will probably tell you to stop.
An excellent reference for finding out why and how to stop posting HTML and Mime in email is:
If you don't need to know why, you can scroll down to the list of email clients and find the one you're using, click on the link, and follow the instructions.
If you want to know why, I think the material at the top of that page covers it pretty well.
These are only suggestions, but it is my experience that they make for a good discussion on a list.
Ignoring these suggestions will not result in anything being done to you.
INTJ FAQ by Amanda Doerr.
PERSONALITY TYPES by Howard at SystemsThinker.com.