Recently, while going through my browser bookmarks, trying to organize my life, I stumbled across a folder of "BZP Work", which includes mainly set reviews I did back in the day, in case I ever wanted to show them off (hint: I don't; it turns out my writing has evolved in the last 5 years). What discovering the bookmark folder did, however, was launch one of those infrequent reminiscing sessions where I log onto BZP (often invisibly, though not this time) and see what's happening. I was shocked to find very many things had changed since the last time I visited. Bionicle is re-booting. Whaaat. Almost every single forum has moved, and COT has a friend forum The home page had links to web sites that would have been considered "advertising" in the now distant past. My profile now says I'm nine. That was a lot more comical when it said 2. Now it's just weird. In a community where even people's names can change, making it difficult to determine who you know and who you don't, change is to be expected. But in the middle of this, I've found so many things that surprised me more that they hadn't changed. There were no new posts in BlogAlert since I was last here. Black Six's blog still has the same name. I still remember all kinds of BZP-related things, like the acronyms we use to refer to the forums or the hex code of the color I post in. But this isn't exactly it, because the rich text editor confused me.