RE: Myers-Briggs survey results (long)

Subject: RE: Myers-Briggs survey results (long)
From: "John Posada" <JPosada -at- isogon -dot- com>
To: <lyndsey -dot- amott -at- docsymmetry -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:33:21 -0500

Sorry, Lindsey...

I run two systems. One I work on. The other system is just for email
because I monitor a bug tracking system (HEAT) where all CS and TS
technicians enter bugs, ongoing issues, and ongoing dialogs with

It's running all the time, so while I'm working on one system, the other
is scrolling all messages and posts to this system. Unfortunately, I
haven't had the time to set up the filters for moving all tech messages
to a folder, so I see them all. It has little to do with picking which
messages to open.

So...I see everything and sometimes my brain says ignore it, but my
fingers say comment.

I'll try to be more considerate.

John Posada
Senior Technical Writer
Isogon Corporation

-----Original Message-----
From: lyndsey -dot- amott -at- docsymmetry -dot- com
[mailto:lyndsey -dot- amott -at- docsymmetry -dot- com]
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 4:18 PM
To: John Posada
Cc: lyndsey -dot- amott -at- docsymmetry -dot- com; TECHWR-L
Subject: Re: Myers-Briggs survey results (long)

John Posada writes:

> It's called time management and priorities. Most of the issues I post
> on are based on something I'm doing for my company at that moment or
> will help someone with getting THEIR little piece of job done as
> payment for their help getting my document out.

Ok, John, lighten up. I was teasing you--I know that your posts are
work-related, and I know that the M-B survey results are completely

But do consider the subject line of my previous post. It contained three
clear warnings for deadline-pressured, management-harried, busy, and
serious people such as yourself:
Myers-Briggs - This clearly indicated that the content of the post
contained information that would not appeal to


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