Rationality is the one value from which most of my others are derived, which is not always a good thing, but hey. Like most people, I'm no paragon of sanity and good decisions, but I try to keep level-headedness as my primary virtue. Unfortunately, this often leads to stunted emotional growth, but I've been working on that for a long-ass time! It also makes me an agnostic in the purest sense of the term; the idea is that you should question everything in your life, not just your religion.
I've got an INTP personality, and demonstrate most of the textbook INTP qualities. If you are an INTP or INTJ, I guarantee we'll get along, if only to further our secret dominion over the less analytical personalities. (This week's password is "susurrus".) I like people who are genuinely kind and understanding, people who challenge me, people who are smarter than me, and people who eschew traditional roles, genders, jobs, and conversations.
I really like learning on the fly and becoming sort-of proficient at a lot of things in a short time. This makes coding web tools a lot less boring! I will usually listen with rapt attention to your eccentric hobby, because I hoard information like a jealous dragon.
I can be straightforward in that INTP sort of way, but not the autistic way -- you know what I mean? I say tactless or blunt things because I evaluated the situation and decided that "fuck it, we'll do it live" was the best (or at least most fun) course of action. I am hard to offend, and often make the mistake of thinking that others are the same way, which goes great with my habit of assuming things too quickly. Sometimes I get excited about something mundane and begin to resemble a loud and eager moose. For all my flaws, though, I try really hard to be compassionate, friendly, and reliable. And according to BMinor, I'm doing okay.