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<Because you brought it up, I need information about MUD and MOO. Does
<anybody know where I can find information (references)? I need information
<starting with the basics. I don't even know what the acronyms
<represent. Thanks for your help.
I am interested in this information as well. I thought a MUD was some kind of
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