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Interview with Steve Lake of Raiden's Realm

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I had a chance to talk to Steve Lake, at Raiden’s Realm. After a few words, I could tell that the project he was engaged in was very interesting, so I interviewed him...

TM: What is Raiden’s Realm?

RR: We’re a community of people interested in technology, both hardware and software. We help each other survive our computers and we have fun talking about gaming, anime, HDTV, etc. All the “tech geek” topics plus the occasional chile recipe. Smile We have a diversified group of members ranging in age from the early teens to the 50 and over crowd.

TM: You seem to be strongly orientated towards the free software principles. Is that so?

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