Tuesday, December 02, 2008

My scientist blog


Via Cindy, I discovered Typealyzer, a fun tool that analyzes Swedish and English blogs.
This is a scientist blog.
"The Scientists enjoy theoretical work that allows them to use their strong minds and bold creativity. Since they tend to be so abstract and theoretical in their communication they often have a problem communcating their visions to other people and need to learn patience and use conrete examples."
More interesting is the graph with the parts of your brain at work while writing. Mine is high on thinking and low on feeling. That is something I recognize: I don't easily write about my feeling on my English blog, my Dutch blog tends to be slightly more personal. Maybe because it has a smaller readership? Or because it is my mothertongue? Unfortunately Typealyzer did not work for my Dutch blog, I'd be happy to see analyze it and see any differences....
Is my blog too scientific or do you like the strong focus on thoughts?

3 comments:

Dorine Ruter said...
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Dorine Ruter said...

Hi Joitske, I don't find your blog too scientific at all. I like how you so easily (it seems) formulate your thoughts, and see links between issues you come across in work or literature. I guess it's a combination of your analytical skills and a bit of online work-related philosophing (philosophizing? what's the verb?)

The speed with which you're doing this, and the lack of speed on my side to keep up with you (also because our work overlaps, but not 100%) makes it difficult for me sometimes to give feedback on your posts.

I'm always very much enjoying reading your blog though, and sort of learning along as you learn!

Unknown said...

I enjoy your blog because of the way you share ideas, concepts and tools, and relate them to the real world! Is that scientific? I don't know...