"From humble beginnings in Silicon Valley, California, Apple Computer has grown from a two-man, sister's bedroom operation to a major force in the world of home and business computers, with $8 billion in sales and an installed userbase of nearly 17 million. Its user-friendly machines have cornered the desktop publishing and graphic design markets. Its RISC-based PowerMac is one of the most powerful home computers ever made. And now, with a little help from Japanese manufacturer Bandai, it has its sights set on the home multimedia and games market. Edge magazine chronicles the Apple phenomenon and looks at the company's plans for the future."
"Connecting with that community is really what it's all about. QuakeCon is built for it. First, there's the giant tournament … hey, what's a Quake convention without playing a ton of Quake? If you're not beaten to a pulp by the continuous weekend of Quake playing, the stifling Texas heat will probably render you unconscious. If you're lucky, you'll live to make it again next year. If you're unlucky, the giant insects will devour you... Here's to QuakeCon!"