It was with some disappointment that I noted the disappearance of the weekly Technology Post about two years ago. As a member of Hong Kong's IT community for the past 10 years, I used to turn to Technology Post each week for coverage of this sector, though I must say that coverage of IT seemed to have tapered off in favour of far too many purely Internet-related articles from about 1998 onwards. While I am a regular reader of the South China Morning Post and appreciate the technology coverage in your business section each day, I do not see this coverage as being unique in any way. I can get my daily technology news from any number of other sources, most free on the Web. I wonder if you are so disillusioned by the downturn in the technology sector in the past two years that you no longer think it is worth covering? For my part, I feel that Hong-Kong-based readers like myself working in this still-fast-growing sector could benefit from the type of analytical coverage that used to be offered in your weekly section. The South China Morning Post carries a great deal more authority than the host of technology trade publications out there that are often filled with advertorial rather than anything really worth reading. Bring back the good old days . . . if you can. Name and address supplied Section Editor Neil Tayor writes: Your call is answered. We hope you and all our other readers enjoy this new, bigger, brighter and newsier product.