MoDDeR is a newspaper publishing in the Netherlands, owned by Dutch statesman and publisher Viglius. MoDDeR is an abbreviation of the Dutch proposition Magazine over Dagelijkse Dingen en Rariteiten, angliscized as Magazine on Daily Doings and Rarities. It consequently published articles on precisely those issues: daily doings and rarities in elife.
MoDDeR was founded by Viglius on Day 1,065 of the New World. In the first edition, the editor-in-chief introduced himself to the Dutch people, stating his intentions to become active in politics, as well as in the media. In the following month, MoDDeR was published very regularly, commenting on politics and the eWorld at large. The last of the eleven editions published in this highly active month was published on Day 1,099. MoDDeR's owner then left active politics to become a two-clicker.
MoDDeR was published again on Day 1,250, when Viglius returned from his two-click holidays and became active again. Articles from that time were mainly written on Democratisch Nederland, Jacob van den Guldenweege and his back then highly militant Geuzen Partij Nederland, anti-ONE actions and the Dutch Constitutional Reappraisal and Amelioration Program (better known as CRAP).
Things changed when the newspaper, with its owner, left for Austria on Day 1,421. The 24th article was subsequently posted in that country. Austria being in the ONE sphere, MoDDeR was soon relocated again, this time to Switzerland. The only article published there was the 25th, trying to persuade the Swiss people to join EDEN.
Finally, on Day 1,539, MoDDeR was once again moved to and published in its country of origin. The 26th article announced Viglius's return to the Netherlands, while articles 27 and 28 were written to support democracy in Austria.
Since its inception, MoDDeR has mainly published bilingual articles, in both Dutch and English. Dutch is most often the first language, with an English translation added at the end of most articles. There are, however, some exceptions to this rule. Edition 13 was published in Dutch only, and editions 24 to 29 were published in English only.