Fuzzball MUCK's programming languages may be obscure and difficult to read, but combined with each other, the system of object properties, and the building systems of TinyMUD derivatives, it provides a wealth of control from which to build interactive enviroments.

That it can be klugey at times is certain, but I nonethless find it to be a joy to work with.

furrfu = F = G

fuzzball n. [TCP/IP hackers] A DEC LSI-11 running a particular suite of homebrewed software written by Dave Mills and assorted co-conspirators, used in the early 1980s for Internet protocol testbedding and experimentation. These were used as NSFnet backbone sites in its early 56kb-line days; a few were still active on the Internet as late as mid-1993, doing odd jobs such as network time service.

--The Jargon File version 4.3.1, ed. ESR, this entry manually entered by rootbeer277.

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