HEAT.NET Celebrates Climax of 60-City Virtual Road Tour at San Francisco LAN Party.
HEAT.NET(tm) (www.heat.net), the world's largest core gaming community A gaming community is usually a group of like minded individuals working towards a goal (such as promoting fair play and team work) or supporting each other within games (usually online video games such as MMORPG's or FPS's) RTS(real time strategy) games are developing larger with more than 1.8 million members, and the Bay Area Network Gaming Group (BANGG BANGG Bay Area Network Gaming Group - www.bangg.org) will host a two-day HEATSTOCK '99 LAN Party to celebrate the culmination of HEAT's Summer-long virtual road tour - HEATSTOCK '99 (www.heatstock.net).
WHAT: HEATSTOCK '99 LAN Party - Please reserve your spot at http://www.bangg.org/register4heatstock.html or bring your media credentials (e.g. business card) for admittance Admittance
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WHERE: Capella Events Center in San Francisco (270 14th Street)
WHEN: 34 straight hours of networked gaming from Noon on Saturday, August 28 through 10 p.m. Sunday, August 29
For those who can't join the fun in person, highlights of the HEATSTOCK '99 LAN (Local Area Network) A communications network that serves users within a confined geographical area. The "clients" are the user's workstations typically running Windows, although Mac and Linux clients are also used. event will be Webcast across HEAT.NET in near real time.
About HEATSTOCK '99
On June 7, 1999, a crew of HEAT.NET personalities, including Ember, Cyberscribe, WildRoma and Hippie Chick, among others, began their virtual journey in Portland, Maine. As they crisscrossed criss·cross
v. criss·crossed, criss·cross·ing, criss·cross·es
1. To mark with crossing lines.
2. the continent, the HEATSTOCK '99 argonauts Argonauts: see Jason; Argo; Golden Fleece.
In Greek legend, a band of 50 heroes who went with Jason in the ship Argo to retrieve the Golden Fleece from the grove of Ares at Colchis. filed daily stories and photos about the events witnessed along the virtual highways and byways of the United States and Canada. In addition to experiencing vicariously the daily thrills and adventures of life on the Road to HEATSTOCK '99 via www.heatstock.net, virtual tourists were able to send free electronic postcards from the tour bus and participate in prize events. Prizes include Sega Dreamcast gaming consoles and a year of cable modem service provided by Road Runner, the high-speed online service. Sixty days (and cities) later, they'll step off the virtual tour bus at HEAT.NET world headquarters in San Francisco, where they will attend the HEATSTOCK '99 LAN Party.