The terms introvert and extrovert are applied to describe a personality with respect to others. Perhaps those terms were very accurate in times where there was not the current technology. Today an introverted classified person could have friends and be very popular in online social places. The personality of the individual will react different when the environment becomes more suitable for expressing itself. The so called introverted people can find new paths to reach others in a way that makes them fell "safe", and they can develop their capabilities to communicate with others with lesser obstacles. Perhaps this is the cause for many individuals who were classified as introverted to become more extroverted and show both personalities at random. At the end it can be found introverted people who are very socialas well without this weird status becoming a controversy. I guess the terms social and antisocial might be also useful to describe the current status for individuals in today's society. Of course these two terms might also cause confusion when a person is reserved and he/she communicates just enough to say something and can be taken as "a not much" social person. However, the individual participates just with his/her presence in person or online where groups of people meet.