Your place finder results:You should probably leave Columbus, Ohiofinal score: 53 (below the average  score)You should definitely consider moving to Minneapolis, Minnesotafinal score: 96 (amongst the highest scores)You should probably move to New York, New Yorkfinal score: 84 (above the average  score)You should probably move to Chicago, Illinoisfinal score: 77 (above the average  score)
You should probably not move to Boston, Massachusettsfinal score: 70 (below the average  score)
Well that's nothing surprising. I adore Columbus and I think so highly of it. I am a Buckeye through and through. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to raise a family, is looking for a new city to experience or a young professional recently out of college. This city is incredible. But at the same time, after four years, I'm ready for the next move. And hopefully it will be Minneapolis! :-)
The site itself is about author Richard Florida who wrote the book, Who's Your City?, and although I haven't read it I've already ordered my copy! (There is an excerpt here if you'd like to sample it). It seems to describe exactly my take on city life--where you choose to live is one of the most important decisions you can make. People have been saying that in the digital age where you live is irrelevant since you can easily have a conference call while sitting on the shores of Hawaii. I argue the contrary--that suburban sprawl is devastating to this country--and I do so relentlessly. Seems like Richard Florida and I agree on this.
(Thanks to joev for the link!)