A project by Thomas Lin and Seth Bisen-Hersh.
- There are many scheduling programs available, but very few with context. If the program could know just a little bit about the user's personality, it could help a great deal to optimize and improve the user's habits. We added a Myers Briggs personality type indicator module to a scheduling program to help the program learn more about the user. With more contextual information about the user, the program is able to schedule more effectively by helping two diverse personalities, the judger and the perceiver, become more like each other. Thus, by adding just a tiny bit of context to a normal, simple scheduling program, a user can adjust his/her habits to become more successful in life.
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