[Air-l] a curious moo -er

jeremy hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Sun Apr 20 09:07:41 PDT 2003


yes, people still use them, and people use them with a graphical 
interface over them.  the Electronic Literature Organization's chat is 
conducted via linguamoo, which is the one I'm more familiar with.  
There are certainly many others out there, but I think you have to be 
in the right circle.  We have a MOO in hci at vt 
http://moosburg.cs.vt.edu/ and one in english and one in the center for 
applied technologies in the humanities 
http://www.english.vt.edu/~projects/projects.html

i don't have any usage statistics though, which would be nice.  I know 
the CATH one is used primarily only for teaching special class periods, 
etc.

On Sunday, April 20, 2003, at 09:07 AM, radhika gajjala wrote:

> I'd be curious to know if and how people are still using text (telnet) 
> based moo's these days...
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> (anyone remember those? or am I too antiquated a generation of 
> internet users already?;-))
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