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» A new world coming up! from Martijn Aslander
Afgelopen weken kwam ik op bijna alle voor mij relevante buitenlandse blogs het boek The Long Tail tegen. Over de gevolgen van de democratisering van het web, en de daarmee gepaard gaande gevolgen voor de wereld. Afgelopen week kwam Lykle [Read More]

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» Day of the Long Tail from POLIS
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» Video: Day of the Long Tail from Morph3ous's Weblog
I have not spoken much about the Long Tail on this blog, but I am about to start to. The phrase was coined by Chris Anderson, the editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine. He has published a book titled The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Les... [Read More]

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Comments

Ellen Weber

It's a powerful video if you think of the responsibility end of things. Seems to beg the question: What would the blogosphere do differently to create choices that improve our world. I think that through blogs like this one we begin to get the answers... but I also think we need to keep asking as blogs grow. It also begs questions about growing thoughtful relationships with media experts and we see some of that too. What a great new era it could become! Thanks for showing us new possibilities.

David

When they start blogging back at us, they will be us!

Jon Wright

Quite a clever video that, although it seems to be lost on a lot of the audience over at YouTube.

Hopefully it will enventually sink in.

Love the line "Can't we just start blogging back at them?" "Well yeah, but where's the money in that" lol

Anil Gupte

Wonderful to hear that your book is doing so well. I can proudly say, "I read him back when..." it was just an article in Wired. I quoted you in my business plan almost two years ago and I am a big fan. Please pray for my business to succeed, if nothing else, to prove your point! :-) See http://l3media.blogspot.com/2006/04/bollywoods-long-tail.html for a reference to your work.

Dogma

Mr. Anderson,

What a book. Just finished. How can I email you a question I had, that I don't want to post on the blog.

Thanks,
[email protected]

Michael Markman

Chris, Congratulations on breaking into the NYT list. One question: if you really believe in the power of the tail, why are you working so hard to keep your book up at the head?

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

Notes and sources for the book

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