Monday, March 17, 2008


It’s not often that you pack up your life and take it across the country, but that’s what we did in early March. One day we were living in a San Francisco urban highrise; the next we were amid snow-covered fields in a town outside Hartford, Connecticut.

A few weeks later, I’m pleased to say, “So far, so good.” Our two-year-old daughter has happily adapted to new everything. And—the reason we’re here—Jacqueline is now an executive at a Fortune 100 financial-services company based in the area.

I am continuing my CNET duties, working out of a home office but traveling regularly, including to San Francisco. So to those in my Bay Area network, I’ll be around. And for friends and colleagues in New York and Boston, I look forward to seeing more of you. Hartford is about halfway between, a couple hours by car.

Leaving Northern California, there is much to miss. But I like the idea of change when the circumstances are right. Long story short, the circumstances were right.

1 comment:

  1. Steve, glad CNET was able to accommodate your move -- smart for them.