This isn't just a computer term. It's also a way you can interact daily with your surroundings.
It doesn't matter if you're an introvert of extrovert; you've got to be able to speak when necessary and shut your mouth when it's unnecessary. Great leaders show both patience and eloquence depending on the moment's needs. Obama toggles well although he's more of an introvert.
People generally prefer someone that talks a lot over someone that's silent. Noise assumes control whereas the resistance to open up assumes passivity.
You can avoid being bucketed altogether if you just play up when one is needed most. So, you can be the blabberer, and be the mute.