The Muffwiggler forum was my first portal into the world of modular synths and without it I would never have been able to decipher the weird terminology and the reason why some modules exist. I know that there is controversy about the name, but I must admit that I never picked that up, English being only my second language. Nonetheless, the forum is still one of the biggest treasures of knowledge about modular synthesis on the web and I do hope that someone has taken over its hosting so that it persists.
Mike has just passed away and it took me some time to watch this interview on Waveshaper TV, but I'm glad I did. He seems to have been such a cool and down to earth guy, I'm sad now that I never tried to get to know him better while he lived.
Thanks for this Carek, I often wonder about the story behind a website/ forum etc. and this was one of the most interesting because it was just an ordinary guy who set off to make something for him/his friends and became a big part of a lot of people's lives. If you haven't tried MUffwiggler, it's good if you want to learn more about music gear, and not too much "All Behringer gear is Crap", "You need a Moog to make a decent bass sound" type stuff.