POSTscript Technology editor Neil Taylor leaves the South China Morning Post this week, after four years with the section, to pursue opportunities in the online publishing industry. 'My time at the Post has been an endlessly stimulating one, which I shall not forget in a hurry,' said Mr Taylor. 'The Post has been a part of my life for many years now and I wish my successor all the best with the forthcoming relaunch of the Technology section.' Mr Taylor began writing for the paper as a freelance journalist in 1993. 'When I started writing for the paper, technology was usually overlooked by the mainstream media and Hong Kong had only three internet service providers and a few thousand users. In the past decade, I have covered the ascendance of the technology industry from the birth of the Web and the euphoria of the dotcom boom to the inevitable post-boom blues. Now the internet is in half the homes in Hong Kong, and it's been exciting to watch our little corner of cyberspace expand.' Until a successor is named, Technology will be managed by business editor Simon Pritchard ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). Correspondence can be addressed to technology correspondent Michael Logan at email@example.com .