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June 30, 2005

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csven

>And the leaping dolphin submarine was the talk of the show.

iirc, the creators of the watercraft are careful to not call it a "submarine" for regulatory reasons. However, this vehicle is pretty compelling. I happened across it through a link from another site - someone else building their own watercraft. Build-it-yourself is catching on. And there's something to consider in that: as suppliers find more outlets beyond their corporate customers, how does their "curve" change to reflect the Long Tail? I don't recall seeing that anywhere. Has someone already started linking the two?

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

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