Get set for blast off, LZF is about to launch its new groove-powered website.
When super geek Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989, little did he know it would reach its full potential a quarter of a century later in the guise of a new website for LZF.
LZF’s new improved site represents everything that Berners-Lee set out to achieve: The ability for scientists working at CERN (the large particle physics laboratory near Geneva) to exchange high-tech data. Well, perhaps not…but LZF’s website does achieve something that Berners-Lee could never have anticipated; the coolest damn site in cyberspace.
Several years in the making and many words and images later, our tech-team, design-team, photographers and writers have been working day and night to get this baby from the hangar to the launch pad and now she’s ready to soar.
Our comprehensive new site will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about LZF but were too afraid to ask.
Next stop planet groove.