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    Part 1 of 3 of the interview I did with legendary programmer Al Lowe is finally up. We discuss his early days of programming, The Black Cauldron, and other things.

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    Awesome. Huge fan over here. Coulda swore he even once joined us in Poker in Larry Casino way back when just before they shut it down. I of course have no real proof but would like to think so
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    Neat.

    The audio seems to cut out for a couple seconds here and there.
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