Quake II Magazine Archive: Off-Topic — Heat.NET

"What you are about to read is the most important piece of information you will ever read! HEAT may appear to be an internet gaming network, but THIS IS NOT ABOUT COMPUTER GAMES, THIS IS ABOUT THE SURVIVAL OF THE HUMAN SPECIES! Dr. D. G. Bartha's CYBERDIVERSION THEORY says if we divert humankind's innate violent urges away from reality and into cyberspace NOW, we can stop senseless murder and end war forever! HEAT is the first practical application of this theory! Don't you see?! CyberDiversion is the road to WORLD PEACE, and HEAT is the bus!!"

PC POWERPLAY 27, August 1998, Australia: Do-It-Yourself LAN Parties by Munley Leong

LAN (Local Area Network) parties can be fantastic experiences, but they can also be difficult to set up and run. Fear not though, Munly Leong will walk you through it. What is a LAN Party? A LAN (Local Area Network) party is basically a local network get together. A bunch of people bring over their computer somewhere, hook them all up, play network games and engage in other network-ish activities. Why a LAN party? No matter how much fun playing against the computer A I is, nothing beats the adrenaline rush from playing a live, thinking (usually) human being.