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Aug. 19 2010 - 9:49 am | 106 views | 1 recommendation | 2 comments

My Forwarding Address at Forbes

Activity here at True/Slant has wound down, as you know.

(Well, except over at David Rees’s page. He threw an “Empty Hotel Party” earlier this month, which involved tapping the keg in Conor Friedersdorf’s comments.)

The Not-So Private Parts will party on, too, but it will be over at Forbes.com. You can find the NSPP (with archives intact, including your past comments) over at http://blogs.forbes.com/kashmirhill/.

I hope past readers will continue to follow and to comment over there. My latest post is on Facebook’s new location-check-in service, “Places.” Next week, I myself will be checking in to an eco-tent in the Virgin Islands, but I’ll be back in the full swing of blogging after that.

Follow the Not-So Private Parts at Forbes.


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    yeah, i’ve checked your latest post on Facebook.

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    There are two features that make the rolling garment bags a lot more different from the other ones. Firstly it comes with a tiny plastic wheel for easy movement and also it is wider than our normal suitcases and trolleys. The wheels help when you have to drag the bag across an area without lifting it up. The bag also comes with a handle that extends outwards, you don’t have to crouch when pulling the bag therefore freeing you form the pains and strains that come with it.

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    I am a writer, reporter, editor and blogger. I'm an editor at Above The Law, where I blog about lawyers, judges, law firms and the legal industry. Here at True/Slant, I write about our changing notions of privacy.

    If you have story ideas or tips, e-mail me at kashhill@trueslant.com. I've hung out in quite a few newsrooms over the last few years. Currently, I can be found in Breaking Media's Nolita office. In the past, I've been found in midtown Manhattan at The Week Magazine, in Hong Kong at the International Herald Tribune, and in D.C. at the National Press Foundation and the Washington Examiner.

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      While most of my writing occurs online at Above The Law and True/Slant, I do occasionally venture into the world of print.  These are some of the magazines and newspapers that I’ve written for:

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      Time Out New York

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