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August 03, 2006

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Ecco leffetto della lunga coda sui contenuti musicali: I have two friends in Canada who run a Canadian folk music label called Borealis. This is music from their album Six Strings North of the Border. While folk music fans are loyal, there simp... [Read More]

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David

I'd be very careful about using music I liked as a ring tone. If I get used to hearing a piece of it every time the phone rings, it's unlikely I'll ever listen to the actual music again.

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

Notes and sources for the book

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