If you\u2019re reading this, then LANs is a topic near and dear to your heart - and so you should also be reading Network World\u2019s LAN Research Center.I\u2019ve plugged the research center here before, but there has been one very important change (well, important to me, anyway): I\u2019ve now been tasked with overseeing the page. Here\u2019s the URL to bookmark:https:\/\/www.nwfusion.com\/topics\/lans.htmlThis means that I write a Weblog spotlighting what\u2019s going on in the world of LANs. That sounds a bit like this newsletter, but the Weblog will probably be only a paragraph or two at a time, and it will tend to focus on resources available on Network World Fusion and elsewhere.Breaking news automatically goes to the page every day, and any reviews of LAN gear end up there as well. Plus, it\u2019s a central place to find links to forums about LAN questions, columns about LANs and an archive of this newsletter.On top of that, if you look to the right of the Weblog you\u2019ll see a list of \u201cLAN resources,\u201d where we provide (hopefully) useful links to information relating to LANs.If anything is out of date, I need to fix it - so please let me know at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org if something is wrong or missing. As a recent example of something that needed changing, up until the other day we had a link to the 10GBASE-CX4 Study Group\u2019s page, but the group has been a Task Force for some time, and has a different page.Lastly, note that the scope of LANs on the research page is broader than in this newsletter, so you\u2019ll see lots of information about PCs and servers in there.Let me know what you think!