Why My Move from Boston to Austin is No Big Deal

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Thank goodness for social networking is all I can say! Having built in “networks” thanks to the likes of Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook is making my transition from Boston to Austin a breeze! Listen in to find out more.

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  1. says

    Mukund – thanks for your concern. fortunately, it was just a case of early morning congestion (that’s the way I sound when I first wake up). feeling great and hoping to get back on track with recording my early morning utters!

  2. says

    Great points about how the social web helps you to connect in your new communities and sustain relationships in your old ones. I wish that my usage of the networks 3.5 years ago when I left Boston for Seattle was as advanced as it is now. It would have made all the difference in acclimating to the new environment.

  3. says

    @warrenss thanks for chiming in. I agree with you – I’m sure your move 3.5 years ago could have been dramatically improved with greater pervasiveness of social networks. I just commented on @bryanperson’s response over on Utterli (Bryan recently made the same move I did from Boston to Austin) and one of the points I brought up was that in addition to helping us assimilate into our new environment, SN’s can also keep us connected to our prior communities as well.

  4. Anonymous says

    Social networking sites can really help you but if you want to move faster to Boston, why not hire the best movers in Boston it would really help you a lot.

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