+kbootb Posted January 10, 2005 Share Posted January 10, 2005 I am getting better at explaining geocaching without the second party falling about laughing... it's more a glazed look now. But the bit I can't explain is why we all use aliases. What's the history behind that? In light of recent events I'm sure much of this wouldn't have happened if certain people were using their real names. It does change the psychology. Also, I'm fairly sure that there were a few new accounts created to add to the 'fun' I'm not coy about my real name... it's on my sig line. I didn't realise my username would be seen by the public when I signed up. I thought this would just be my log in and I used the one I use for other accounts... sort of double password, hard to guess user name and hard to guess password. I thought about changing it but at a recent meet enough people recognised it I thought I would just live with it. Quote Link to comment
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