We here at Tom's Hardware have been playing games for a really long time. Long before graphics was considered "graphics," we were already gaming.
It's amazing how technology has progressed in the last 25 years. These days, we don't have to leave our house to do anything. We can order milk from an online retailer--and probably toilet paper too. The Internet and all of its social mediums are changing the way we communicate. No longer do we have to do things face to face.
Or do we? I'd like to think there's always a really good side to communicating in front of someone. There's just a whole lot that you cannot communicate by words alone. A facial expression, a subtle movement of the hand or eyebrows--the list goes on. That being said:
The question of the day is: Do you take your PC to LAN parties?