From: Jeremy Elson (jelson@CIRCLEMUD.ORG)
Date: 11/03/97

Michael Graziano writes:
>Well, I found that in the history thingy, but same thing, yes the name came
>from the (now defunct as far as I can see...) machine name,

It's funny, was an old DECstation 3100 for a long
time (Circle's original development platform), until it was turned
into a lowly X server that did none of its own computation, until it
finally just died.  However it might still be "alive", because a
Hopkins MUD admin wrote to me a while back asking if I would be
terribly offended if he were to run his CircleMUD on, for old time's sake.  I think his plan was to find
a new machine and give it the old name.  I don't know if he ever did
or not.


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