World Wide Pop gets a facelift

You may have been wondering why we’ve been missing in action for the past few weeks, and if you’re reading this, you will have noticed that we’ve been hard at work on a major overhaul of the site.

Aside from the leap into color, we’ve also added two new sections that I hope reflect on our editorial vision:

  • The Business of Cultural Exchange
    All about creating and commercializing pop culture. I hope to use this section to get under the hood of the cultural production process. Expect it to be filled with case studies, interviews and occasional reports of odd phenomenon in the near future.
  • Classified
    This section is nascent and came out of discussions with people working in modding and translation. It will probably take a while for it to take off, but I hope this will become a central place where writers, artists, translators and publishers will converge.

There are probably still parts of this site that will be broken as you are reading this. I hope to have them all fixed over the next couple of days.

Lastly, I’d like to thank Nadim Damluji and Robin Peckham for their ideas and feedback.

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