> Hello, everybody!
> Can't wait to get the course starting. The thing I'm really looking forward is meeting you all at
Great to see your enthusiasm! BioMOO is great fun - but it can take a
little bit of getting used to. Do feel free to 'talk' to the other
people you see there even if they aren't part of PPS2. Be polite ('I am
a newcomer here - do you have a minute to talk, please?') and you will
almost certainly find people to help. Asking about mud clients in a MOO
is an execellent way of getiing to know people.
I don't use a MUD client myslef (for reasons I won't go into) but it's
good if you can. Some people may have to go through firewalls and not
all sysadmins think MUDs are a good idea :-(. Telnet is messy because
your message and the replies can get mixed up.
> BioMOO. I have been there and visited our classroom, using a simple telnet program. I would like
> to get a good MUD-client for windows. Does anybody have any advice to give on that ? Which do you
> reckon is the best?
Also - have a look at PPS1. There may be quite a lot of discussion on
I expect that some of the tutors will have their own ideas as well.
The wizards in BioMOO and elsewhere have built a very mice inetrface to
the WWW. You should certainly work out how to use it - in conjunction
with a client or telnet.
Peter Murray-Rust, Glaxo Research & Dev. (email@example.com); (BioMOO: PeterMR)
Birkbeck College, firstname.lastname@example.org, CBMT/Daresbury email@example.com