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  1. Seablue
    05-22-2016 03:44 AM
  2. Zsych
    05-21-2016 03:25 PM
    I suppose symbology is a good route for showing intent / emotion.

    I remember a friend doing research on building software interfaces for people who can't read... There's probably some interesting research out there for you to leverage.
  3. Zsych
    05-21-2016 03:13 PM
    Non-verbal is what humans used to communicate before language - so it's more of an older approach to coordination. In that, it's kinda lack anger or other emotions.. an older tool for solving common life problems.

    I'd think of it as responses to telegraphed intent (in terms of conflict: Before such, someone might've attacked you, but now you could recognize the intent to attack forming, and start to respond - or show that you had already accounted for it and made it pointless)... body language encodes a funky sort of underlying understanding of the world
  4. Zsych
    05-21-2016 02:59 PM
    I think, to simplify one's approach to life...

    One needs positive attitude, and incremental goals that create reasonable sized positive feedback loops to show progress and clarify what to do next.

    The emotion vocabulary thing is quite interesting.


    And no, I didn't end up programming a form of anger into my AI - haven't had time to fully develop the ideas and build it.
  5. Zsych
    05-17-2016 07:39 PM
    Re: Super Better... There are a bunch of videos with Jane McGonigal on YouTube. Although I suppose you might find videos from her sister Kelly McGonigal interesting also.
  6. Zsych
    05-16-2016 09:41 PM
    What is your concept for using games to comprehend the rationale underlying emotions?

    Also, one of my old threads.
  7. ppu6502
    05-16-2016 01:59 AM
    Yea I had a question but decided to hang back to form it better before asking. I forgot that deleted VMs leave a trace lol. Basically I was curious about your video game.
  8. Zsych
    05-15-2016 08:30 PM
    Do you know Super Better? You may want to reach out to its creator - there may be some valuable insights to exchange.
  9. Storm
    05-14-2016 07:44 AM
    I have heard of many of those, but haven't played them. I've always liked video games so I'm not sure what got me into it. Probably playing King's Quest III with my parents when I was little.
  10. Monte314
    05-13-2016 08:27 PM
    I watched your videos about your childhood.

    You are an amazing person.
  11. Storm
    05-13-2016 03:56 PM
    I favor RPGs and adventure quests. Right now I'm playing Fallout 4.
  12. Storm
    05-13-2016 03:16 PM
    What is your videogame? I know you said to look at your Youtube channel, but I didn't see any videos specifically on a video game.
  13. Ricardo Diaz
    11-26-2015 01:47 PM
    Ricardo Diaz
    Did you kill or otherwise get back at your mother later?
  14. ShadowBurn
    09-12-2013 01:26 PM
    Thanks. I make a concerted effort.

    Lots and lots of trust, and a few lessons from sappy ass movies. not my thing but if it does it for her, it's fine with me.

    She is always trying to do little things for me, like brings me a cup of tea if I'm reading a book. She helps me with my mom - she's dying of stage V emphysema. She's a very sweet and loving girl. I'm lucky to have someone that tries to take care of me like she does. She definitely displays her love through acts of service. I'm just very mindful not to take advantage of it. She's the kind of girl that gets stepped on easily, and I sorta played the hero's role by saving her from a bad history of guys and friends. I've definitely gone through great lengths to help her be somewhat independent, and I assist her in saying no to people when I can tell she wants to but is afraid. Ex: fellow nurses will ask her to take their shifts, at a party we're at. If I can see she doesn't want it I'll step into the conversation and say "nope she can't do it that day. I'm taking her to a nice dinner that evening and I'm not gonna have you go ruining my big night with her. Maybe some other time" and if she wants out of the convo, I'll steal her away. I'm good at acting like the extrovert in our relationship.

    She's so freaking cute, I couldn't even find it in myself to get mad at her where I'd quickly snap at others. She's like my kryptonite, and keeps me normal.
  15. Desertstorm
    09-07-2013 09:36 PM
    Desertstorm commented on Whats the benefit of anger?
    true story.
  16. ummon
  17. Mind Virus
    09-06-2013 06:04 AM
    Mind Virus
    Excellent! You can also be one of the unique people that drives/flies to meet ups!
  18. Flegenheimer
    09-06-2013 05:14 AM
    Flegenheimer commented on INTJ Help
  19. Desertstorm
    09-06-2013 05:07 AM
    Just wanted to hear you say it
    Keep those "read between the lines" sharp observations coming. It's such a joy to see a person's whole argument/post picked apart, bullshit cast aside, and the real message layed out for all to see.
  20. anticlimatic
    I'm dating an ENFJ, so I take an interest in this little exchange...they are most definitely not for INTJs, imo.

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