Long Tail

Originally appearing in Wired magazine, this term means that when the cost of information is lowered (in the original case via the internet providing more information on an author's earlier works) then the active life of some products (books, music, etc) can be extremely long.

See also Boil The Ocean, HIPPO Syndrome and One Caller.

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