Monday, September 25, 2006

The Long Tail

When humour complements the reality, you know that the term "the long tail" has hit the mainstream. The last time we mentioned something like that, it was regarding the Cathedral and the Bazaar.

"The long tail" was coined by Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief of the Wired magazine in 2004. Today, the long tail stretches all the way from Packard's garage in Silicon Valley to Bangalore to China - because the world is flat.

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