Although my citizenship started in September 2004, I was actually introduced to AW back in 2003, when version 3.4 of the browser was in use. Since then, I've learned a ton about AW, mostly in its technical side. I like to build, but I don't consider my creations "masterpieces", more like experiments.
The friend that introduced me to AW had/has a rather large collection of builds that collectively go under the name of Hotel California. Throughout 2004 and 2005, I aided him in a major redesign and renovation. It's not very impressive by today's standards, but it was certainly an improvement over the old design (which, due to horrendous texture choices, I liked to call Cave California :).
From 2005 to 2006, I took a jump into bot programming with a project called DeltaleX. The name came from a combination of "Delta" and "Xela" (backwards), as in Xelagot. It had a pretty good run and became substantially functional, but it was eventually discontinued, mainly due to lack of interest.
After 2009, interest in AW declined significantly, and I had neither the funds nor the drive to keep my citizenship going.
In 2013, after AWI introduced free citizenships, I revisited a bunch of my old work (as well as my friend's work), had a giant nostalgia trip, and AW is now back on my radar (somewhat). Haven't had an itch to build anything significant or program a new bot, but we'll see.
Right now I'm just revisiting old stuff and wondering what to do with it.