Changing times means changing faces, and we are certainly living in changing times. Today, I'm announcing that I'm stepping down from the position of Editor in Chief here at bit-tech
, meaning that the site will have a new Editor from April 1.
I've enjoyed six awesome years here at bit-tech
, and seen it grow from a tiny corner of the net where a few of us post some crazy shizzle on a forum, to the biggest and best computer enthusiast publication to come out of Blighty, and one of the most respected enthusiast titles in the world. That's no small thing to have witnessed.
Along the way we've handled all kinds of mods and technology. Macro Black, Orac 3, Dark Blade, not to mention AMD64, Core 2 Duo, and the ever advancing wars between Radeon and GeForce.
We've been featured on CNN, the BBC and in national newspapers around the world. In recent times, we've become a favourite destination for contributors to Digg and Slashdot. Things have never been better in the world of bit-tech
has some great plans for 2007, and there is going to be an awful lot to get excited about in these pages over the next few months. Tim, Rich, Brett and the rest of the team will be here to take you through the year and bring you the best mods, most in-depth hardware reviews and our take on the latest games. There'll be new features on the site, too - you'll just have to wait and see.
But, with all that said, it's time for me to move on and approach new challenges. Those of you who might be interested in what I get up to next can follow the progress on my blog
, and I'll certainly be checking in here regularly to post in the forum.
In the mean time, I look forward to getting my hands on the final code for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. in the next couple of weeks, gawping at a couple of new mods we have in the pipeline for you, and spending some more time investigating just what Vista is going to mean for us enthusiasts.
Stay tuned, and thanks to all my readers for six rocking years!