By IAN HAMILTON / The Dallas Morning News
Row after row of computer screens. More than 10 miles of networking cables snaking across the 73,000-square-foot floor. Four diesel generators to juice nearly 2,800 power-hungry video-gaming machines. Energy drinks, Mountain Dew, pizza and other fast food.
These are part of the landscape at QuakeCon, a video-game exhibition being held through the weekend at the Hilton Anatole. Most of the gamers will be in what's called the BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) exhibition room.