MOO. MOO! MOO? Uh, yeah. My justification? Fully realizing that I am paraphrasing the
heroin junkies in Trainspotting, "What else is there to do?"
So I log into Lambda a lot. Also DownMOO. But my true love is MidgardMOO -- midgard.org 1359, though the fact I'm a
wizard there might have something to do with it. Curious? Check out the theme guide for Midgard.
Okay, I'm writing this in HTML, so I should probably add some hypertext in here somewhere.
First of all, MidgardMOO is more than just text, it is webbed! Yeah, so if you are at all into MOO
community you won't find it all that impressive. Shhhhh. To save my time, I'll point
you to HumbertHumbert's LambdaMOO
page. It has all the nifty stuff I'm too busy to do. However, since I do host them, here
are the 1996 Seattle Bash and Coffee Bash
pics. Oh and if you aren't disgusted by the mention of
*P7A77 then you might
enjoy the screenplay.
In my arrogance I thought you might like to know a bit about my programming projects on
various MOOs, and you can't stop me! <SARCASM>Oh, the nay godlike power of this
medium. I'm trembling.</SARCASM> Any links are to webbed versions on Midgard that get
as close to GUI as MOO can get, baby.
The GrendelFish FO (#88093)
- You might notice that this is the same as my
player object, that's because I am the FO. @Addfeature it and see. Not the worlds greatest
verbs, but some border on usefulness. @Find-Relation is the niftiest...and largest. Uses the
object inheritance hierarchy to find the genealogical relation between two objects.
Temple of the Lag God (#1664)
- Stop by and worship our dark lord! Be sure to
`pray to Lag God.' New converts welcome...
- A very simple, poorly designed and silly little evolving A-Life project. The link is to
the webbed version on MidgardMOO.
DES Machine (#80550)
- Okay, so this is pretty sick. And finally finished! It
only took two years... A complete implementation of DES in MOOcode. Yes, I was bored.
Generic Linkable Room (#92217) and Generic Room Linker (#11551)
- Using this
room parent and a child of the Linker you can link multiple rooms together, so everything
done in one is seen in the others. You can even direct messages (but not use social verbs) on
people in other rooms. Pretty keen.
- Charles Babbage was just a
really cool guy. This object was built in his honor. It replicates the original Difference
Engine. Also took a lot less time and didn't cost as much. Again, the link is to the webbed
version on Midgard.