Today I'm thrilled to share some news with you: I am going to be a senior reporter at The Verge.
Since the day it launched, less than 18 months ago, The Verge has been open in my Web browser more or less constantly. First I marveled at its bold, beautiful design; then I noted the speed and frequency with which it breaks news; then I dug into its world-class features. Whether writing about Aaron Swartz or animated GIFs, Google Glass or Samsung's sexism, The Verge somehow always delivers the take I want to read -- one that is timely, thoughtful, and delivered with style.
For these reasons and others, I am overjoyed to be joining The Verge's fearsome roster of writers, photographers and video makers. I'll be based in San Francisco, writing about Google, Facebook, Twitter, and other Internet companies and app developers. My first priority is to pitch a story that makes use of the insanely cool parallax scrolling you often see in its features.
I'm tremendously grateful to CNET for the chance to work at the place that helped get me excited about technology in the first place. I have great respect and admiration for my colleagues there and wish everyone there well.
I start at The Verge on April 8.