"hi there, yossman here. i'm still putting this page together, but i've opened up what i do have again. quakecon99 was one of the best events i've ever had the pleasure of both attending and helping out with. it was also a pleasure to take as many photos as i did, the more the merrier. ;) if you see yourself in any of the pictures available here, but don't see your name mentioned in the title of the image, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org."
"The mighty Planet Quake is always hungry for the latest and koolest Quake files! Be it the ever classic Quake 1, the Strogg infested Quake 2, the deadly arenas of Quake III or beyond, we want those files. Make them yourself or submit a great work of Quake art you love. Just fill us up with crunchy Quake goodness!"
"Q2database is your complete source for Quake II information. The 'Daily News' section is updated most every day, so make sure you return here often to see whats happening in the world of Q2. You can get the 3.20 patch here and instructions on how to set it up (easier then you think). There are tons of information listed within this site. If there is something you are looking for and do not see it here, please contact me. Don't miss the 'Meet the Player' section complete with picture posts. Browse over the other players listed, you may know some of them and while you are there... send in your stats. Copyright © 2002 Herb Phillips."
"Virtual explosions. Leather jackets. Cyber gunfights. Baseball caps. Flashing screens. Buzz cuts. Pumping music. Lip rings. Cell phones. Screen names. Pony-tails. Streaming wires. Tattoos. Baggy jeans. Action figures. Junk food. T-shirts. Intense concentration."
"If you own a home computer, chances are you've found at least two fun uses for it — connecting with others as a communications tool and playing games. For a few, connecting with others and playing games have become one int he same known as multi-player gaming. For these folks it has become an exciting way to play and compete against others. Robert Porter, 31, and Kevin Baluha, 33, of south Tampa have taken this excitement and turned it into a monthly social experience in Seffner. 'We want to provide the gamer with a totally submerged environment with other aggressive players,' Porter said. At their most recent event 47 people brought their computer to The Workshop of Fernquist Engineering in Seffner to hook up for as much as 4 hours of game playing. Those who attended the event played state of the art computer games. Quake II was the most popular..."
"Frag Fest Tampa — it's all about the ping... BABY! Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24, 2001, the first FRAGFEST Tampa LAN party. Let's have a good time!!!!!"
"'Quake 3 Arena Road Tour' from 1999 was a promotional campaign by id Software and Activision, for Quake 3, which was announced at the time but not yet published. Parts of the south and west of the USA were traveled with a huge black bus like rock stars use. The bus housed 8 LAN stations where the players could play Quake III Arena in an advanced version."