Typing email addresses in for a group email, the vagaries of age are really kicking my ass: I have to take off my glasses and actually lean in to read the names.
Email addresses were one of the first things in the computer age that we as a culture got to choose for ourselves, and we weren't all that great at it, to start out, or so some of the "aol.com" and "hotmail.com" addresses would lead me to believe. I'm sure no one expected email@example.com*, or firstname.lastname@example.org* to follow them around for the rest of their lives.
Not that I did much better, though 25 year old me would put the number 69 in his email address when he's just making it up, wouldn't he?
One year ago: In Media, Rest
Two years ago: Burning Eden
Three years ago: The Burden of Our Early Work