noone who was present at Y2K will be alive
You mean no one who actually worked on the Y2K issue will be alive, and everyone will just think it was media hype.
I worked for a major bank at the time, we had to work night shifts towards the end for testing, we started making changes about 4 years before Y2K, millions was spent on contractors, people came out of fucking retirement to work on Y2K. But ask anyone who wasn't involved (even other programmers) and they all think it was much ado about nothing.
Site D: crappy password manager
My wife has gone old school and keeps a physical notebook with her sites/passwords in it, which she locks in her top drawer.
Can't exactly hack that, and it would require physical access to our study which is generally off limits to everyone (because it's a mess).
Contemplating doing the same actually.
A university faculty is 500 egotists with a common parking problem.