Internet identity has been worked for a full generation now. Its importance has grown, creating new legal domains; its scope has grown, becoming as ubiquitous as the Internet itself; its vexations persist, from identity theft to privacy spills. This presentation will highlight significant markers on the path through the teenage years, but focus even more on the current activities that are marking both the transition of Internet identity to more maturity and the return of the cutting edge to its original roots in R&E. These activities include enabling new forms of discovery services, to the adoption of two-step authentication, responding to GDPR and PSD2 requirements, building user-effective fine-grain controls for attribute release and privacy management, federated incident handling, and increasing the basic baselines of trust within the community. The talk will conclude, as often, with a set of fearless and frequently wrong predictions.