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The Compu Serve system itself was not the true 'grandfather' of today's chat rooms.
The company's executive, Alexander Trevor, released the Compu Serve CB Simulator to the public in 1980.
The acronym is a little strange, but it stands for Multi-User Dungeon.
A college student in England named Roy Trubshaw created MUD off the ideas of the popular game Dungeons and Dragons in 1978.
This company would later buy the site, and unlike the first owner, H&R Block had the money to fund the program in order to enhance it to it's full potential.
The Compu Serve system soon became the first major commercial online service provider for the United States.
These 'walls' became a place that you could have open conversations of any sort, and topics of discussion such as online gaming and books reviews were created.
The program soon spread to new countries, and America was the first country to pick the program out of Finland.
The Development of IRC Out of the basic creation of MUD came the idea to create a chat room with immediate service.