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BUFFALO BILLS VS CHICAGO BEARS
Buffalo Bills defensive linemen Tim Anderson (77) and John McCargo (97) sit on the bench during the fourth quarter against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago on October 8, 2006. The Bears won 40-7. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
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Tim Anderson is a computer programmer who helped create the adventure game Zork, one of the first works of interactive fiction and an early descendant of ADVENT (also known as Colossal Cave Adventure). The first version of Zork was written in 1977–1979 in the MDL programming language on a DEC PDP-10 computer by Anderson, Marc Blank, Bruce Daniels, and Dave Lebling. All four were members of the Dynamic Modeling Group at the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science.

He currently resides in Sudbury, Massachusetts with his wife and family.

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