This week I\u2019d like to point you to a new magazine from the folks at Network World that zeroes in on the area of home networking.I\u2019ve been a big fan of extending Network World\u2019s coverage to include home networking. In writing this newsletter it\u2019s plain as day that LAN technology is going into homes. A couple of factors came together at once to make LANs a part of home technology - the widespread acceptance of high-speed Internet access options like DSL and cable modems, and the standardization of wireless LAN technology.Put them together and you have the \u201ckiller app\u201d of allowing home users to extend Internet access to anyplace in their homes without running wires. The next phase is already under way - to take the LAN technology that\u2019s already being accepted in homes and extend it to other electronic devices, such as TVs and stereos. And that\u2019s just the beginning.Network World has traditionally had an enterprise focus, and that helped us to produce a special magazine called Network Life to address the growing area of home networking with the depth of an IT person\u2019s perspective.The latest issue is available as an \u201ce-zine,\u201d which is just a \u2018Netty way of saying it\u2019s a PDF that you can download to, say, a laptop and read wherever you go. This issue gives a sneak peek at the home network of the future, reviews Motorola\u2019s video phone, gives LAN party planning tips and takes a trip into retro gaming.Visit Network Life Editor Keith Shaw\u2019s editorial and download the PDF from there. And let us know what you think.