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 The goal with this preparation is to gain familiarity with one of the oldest, and most influential, forms of persistent online virtual worlds: The MUDs and MOOs! These worlds still exist if you know where to look. Some of them are in fact still thriving quite well. The goal with this preparation is to gain familiarity with one of the oldest, and most influential, forms of persistent online virtual worlds: The MUDs and MOOs! These worlds still exist if you know where to look. Some of them are in fact still thriving quite well.
  
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 Make sure you have a program on your computer to open an interactive [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telnet|telnet]] session with a remote host. On OSX and Linux, the program "telnet" should already be included, which you can then run from a terminal window just like this: <code>telnet <hostname> <portnumber></code> On windows you can download a very simple telnet client called [[http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/x86/puttytel.exe|PuTTYtel (direct download link!)]], run it and supply the host name and port number into a dialog box before connecting.  Make sure you have a program on your computer to open an interactive [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telnet|telnet]] session with a remote host. On OSX and Linux, the program "telnet" should already be included, which you can then run from a terminal window just like this: <code>telnet <hostname> <portnumber></code> On windows you can download a very simple telnet client called [[http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/x86/puttytel.exe|PuTTYtel (direct download link!)]], run it and supply the host name and port number into a dialog box before connecting. 
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