We want to let you know that the new issue of Flow: A Critical Forum  
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This issue features columns from Martin Roberts, Michael Z. Newman,  
Ben Aslinger, Serra Tinic, Jeffrey Sconce, Carly A. Kocurek, Daren C.  
Brabham, and Priscilla Peña Ovalle.

This issue's columns in brief:

"'I'm Riding a Panda!': Japanese Cult Media and Hipster  
Cosmopolitanism" by Martin Roberts (
A consideration of Euro-American subcultural fascination with Japan.

"P2P TV: Ethical Considerations" by Michael Z. Newman  
An examination of the ethical considerations circulating around P2P  

"Blogotheques and Black Cabs: Popular Music and Urban Place" by Ben  
Aslinger (
An exploration of the intersection of music and performance in the  
urban setting and new media.

"Life on Mars as seen from the United States: The Cultural Politics of  
Imports and Adaptations" by Serra Tinic (
A consideration of the transplantation of the UK police series to an  
American setting.

"The Girl from Pawnee" by Jeffrey Sconce (
Nineties comedy and the contemporary inversion.

"The Right to Play: Youth, Video Gaming, and the Law" by Carly A.  
Kocurek (
An exploration of a recent court ruling which addressed the validity  
of regulations intended to restrict minors' access to video games.

"Crowdsourced Advertising: How We Outperform Madison Avenue" by Daren  
C. Brabham (
An examination of the logic of crowdsourcing and the creative (and  
resistive) capabilities of online communities.

"Aurally, Visually, Virally: Choreographing Race from Fosse to  
Beyoncé" by Priscilla Peña Ovalle (
A consideration of the racialized bodies in ?Mexican Breakfast? and  
its derivations.

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