categories: mud, chat, earlyweb

Lambda Moo in the Wayback Machine

The Web BeforeTime Back in the early days of the web, there was an effort to make online communities. They called them “dungeons” and since there were usually more than one person involved in the server, they added multi-user on the front of it. Put together, you had a multiuser dungeon or a MUD. These dungeons hosted programmed content that created a virtual world. This was rather like a primitive version of Second Life with no graphics.

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JB Schirtzinger

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