When the Internet Was Young

Before Warcraft and the PlayStation, there was LambdaMOO. Players used text, not images, and imaginations ran wild.

In the early 90s, before Warcraft and PlayStation, there was LambdaMOO. In this installment of What I Left Out, Claire L. Evans, author of book “Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet,” recalls a time when multiplayer games used text, not pictures, and imaginations ran wild. (Visual: )

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