Thoughts on an online nickname.
Sometimes I look back and think it could have been great to find something more neutral.
My early nick was mjjohansen, It was a big deal that it was my real name, not Gunsl1nger or worse.
When I married 15 yeaars ago, I changed to mjjzf with my name change. But I divorced two years back! Some places I use "Bihyphenated", still from my married name. It is an odd fit.
And "0pn" from a project, but someone is 0pn already.
Odd. Feels both important and insignificant.

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I fully understand your struggle. In case it does matter somehow: I don't care, you are Morten to me.

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