It's possible my ignorance of what has already been coded may make this idea pointless, but giving those actions verbs wasn't necessarily the goal I was trying to accomplish. A programming menu might be a feasible way to compile a list of activities a technologically inclined character is capable of carrying out. The MOO code this idea requires would also reusable for my future dream of having a highly module (e-prints and e-notes) all-in-one computing system compatible with nearly any electronic device (think USB plugs on everything). Such a system would be much -cleaner- and -simpler- than the wealth of electronic devices floating about with nurfed features. Imagine an electronic world where cameras can upload pictures to the your PC. You can print documents and photos with reloadable paper trays. You can store and transfer documents easily. You can surf the Grid, you can hack, you can place voip calls, you can program, you can delete programs, you can delete all data, you can serve Grid pages, you can manage passwords, talk on the radio, decrypt messages, encrypt messages, all from one central box (Disclaimer: additional purchases may be necessary to utilize all features mentioned in this advertisement) I digressed a bit from the topic but the point I'm trying to make is things should be very tidy and user friendly. I also was hoping programs would add a market to the economy but your comment about oldbies dominating it is rather disheartening. However, would that not also be the case for any other market in game? The skilled characters dominate and the other guys struggle to get to the top.