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4:22pm on Wednesday, 6th March, 2013:
I once read a 1993 article that referred to a protocol analysis of the NSFnet backbone that had discovered that 10% of the bits transmitted over the Internet came from MUDs. I could never find the actual article itself, though.
I still haven't found it, but while looking I did discover from here that "at least 11%" of the packets in transatlantic (UK/US) traffic in March 1991 were due to MUDs.
That's nice to know.
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