When Engadget started 10 years ago, flip phones were ubiquitous; Firefox was still the new kid on the block; and EDGE was cutting-edge wireless technology. Clearly, things have changed. There's never been a more exciting time in the consumer electronics industry. Innovation occurs at an astonishing pace; crowdfunding gives anyone with a good idea the means to bring it to fruition; and, hell, we can print functional rocket engine parts now. We live in a magical future, and to best tell you all about it, Engadget needs to evolve. How? I'll get to that, but first, let me introduce myself. I'm Michael Gorman (the bearded fellow seen above in a checkered shirt), your new Editor-in-Chief, and, along with new Executive Editor Christopher Trout, I'm steering the good ship Engadget on its revised course.