UserNames And Password
Still One More Password to Remember..
Where Is My List Of All The Usernames And Password
Where is my New Usernames List
Hands up if you have more usernames and passwords than you can bear to remember. Lets not lie, even the most hyper-organised people in the world have accounts they can't access anymore, or don't want to.
Internet came at the wrong age for us folks in our early 20's. Age wise, it was too late for us to learn from other people's mistakes, and too early to be mature enough to know we'll never need more than one of everything.
Therefore, we chose the most ridiculous names up, and created an e-mail account on every service known to mankind. Yahoo was popular for a while, because you could talk to girls you'd never otherwise meet on Messenger. Then came GMail, with the revolutionary concept of ever increasing memory. Not that our e-mail accounts would ever go beyond a few hundred MB, but we just wanted it cause everyone cool had one. Then I went and got a hotmail id, the one I'm most embarrassed of, because Bhatia was Indian, and that was the thing at that time.
Then one by one I misplaced most passwords, once I was foolish enough to actually post it online, and dare people to change the password. Of course they did. And I never found out who. I had the weirdest thing for having z's in my usernames.
I must tell you the dumbest username I ever had. It was jazzasszilla. No, really. I don't have any jazzasszilla accounts left, thank God. But that was the nerdiest, most pretentious username ever. I made jazzasszilla's all over the place, I wrote online reviews on sites like MouthShut (now obsolete) and List of Bests. It was not my proudest moment, I accept.
So, eventually I ended up with about 5 e-mail id's, and not one of them had a name I would care to be associated with now.
So I created my final id. At GMail. And then another. And then a last one given to me by the college. So, as of this moment, I have 7 active usernames. And for these 7 usernames I need 7.......passwords.
And one may remember a username forever, but one will never-ever remember a password associated with a username if said username is unused for a month. Of course, you'll have a general idea of what it could be, since our tiny brains can only come up with a few passwords, but you'll have to hit and try and enter captcha a few times before getting it right.
Nowadays they ask you to register for everything. And even though you can use the same e-mail id or username at most places, its not good practice to use the same password. And since the world is now simultaneously a member of everything, everything, even this its becoming a vicious cycle. The more accounts you make, the more passwords you have, the more passwords you forget, and therefore the more accounts you make. Its ridiculous, and I think they should converge all your id's into one neatly packed little box online. Slay the capitalist internet!
3,004,343,331 people have 14,233,122,11 id's. After reading this, Microsoft executives are now waiting for Apple to make a software analogous to The Unified Field Theory in science.