Part of switching from cable to fiber is the email address transition. I understand Spectrum will cut off the email address associated with their old company name. I'm switching all contact information and logins to a gmail account. (The time it has taken to do that almost equals the amount of time I spend deleting unfiltered spam every morning.)
Most were easy to switch, but my Flickr account was a pain. At some point Flickr was acquired by Yahoo and they changed my login out from under me. It took several business days to get it fixed, and I'm now paying a few dollars more a month.
I was thinking how dumb it was to keep my photos there, given I haven uploaded anything for years, when I got in and discovered that it has quietly auto-uploaded every photo I have taken for the last seven years.
Over two thousand photos: many crap photos of the inside of my purse, but some valuable photos I didn't appreciate at the time. Some photos were of people I didn't recognize, and I briefly wondered if Gary was auto-uploading his secret second family, but viewed in context they are more likely new in-laws once removed and never seen again.
The renewed access gave me a chance to review photos of our trip to Paris, especially sweet given that I am still ten pounds lighter than I was then.