Chaos Quake 2 Mod — Chaotic Dreams reborn: ROM LAN Party, June 8, 2000

"Now a short trip back into (maybe not so) Real Life (tm). (Just the right thing for the official start of this page) -=ROM=- who runs the famous ROMLAND CHAOS SERVER in NY just sent me some facts & pictures the first -=ROM-LAN=- 1 Party. His own words: "…it was great to have the following clans together: {FU}, [TnT], {TCA}, and AAK! We all had a blast and people came from all over including Norway, Michigan, Wisconsin, Canada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania… Everyone will be really happy to see their faces posted on Chaotic Dreams' website. We played Chaos almost the entire time here!' So… let's post these faces… =)"

French computer magazine: Joystick — Quake II Preview

"Surtout que John Carmack, le genial designer-programmeur d'id Software, a annonce que le coeur multijoueur de Quake accepterait sans encombres des parties a 200 joueurs simultanement. Vous imaginez ca ? C'est plus du DeathMatch, mais de ventables batailles rangees. Reste a trouver les grosses becanes et les gens prets a les mettre en place pour offrir de telles parties. A suivre..."

Quake Server Browser News & Reviews, by Monty Gonzales — Your Quake Server Browser Resource!

"Yeah, like I'm still here. I work late, from like noon till when I'm done with my work, which can stretch until past midnight. It sucks, but the pay is decent. Anyhow, there's not a whole lot new going on. With the point release of Quake II coming up, chances are there won't be anything new with GameSpy, or any server browser for that matter, until the new changes too Quake II are out. Which is good for me, since it gives me time to do the "real life" thing, before the point release. I'm going to bed… night…"

Master Blaster: They call him Doomgod, by Lawrence E. Joseph — Saturday, January 4, 1997

"They call him Doomgod, the one who can kill blindfolded. He defanged the Cobra and snuffed the magician known as Merlock. But Dennis Fong, 19, is no Terminator. He's a popular student at the community college in Los Altos, Calif., where he lives with his parents and does (most of) his chores. So why does he go by the name Thresh, as in threshold of pain?"