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MP3 Sales: Another nail for the long tail?

Chris Anderson‘s 2006 Long Tail theory states that because the web provides unlimited availability of vast amounts of niche and specialist music/films/books/whatever that there will be perpetual sales for the relevant artists, authors and creators of this content. But in an update to their recent findings, the PRS-MCPS Alliance (the UK’s music royalty collection organisation) […]

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2008 interesting internet music Music Industry silicon valley web 2.0

MP3 Sales: Another nail for the long tail?

Chris Anderson‘s 2006 Long Tail theory states that because the web provides unlimited availability of vast amounts of niche and specialist music/films/books/whatever that there will be perpetual sales for the relevant artists, authors and creators of this content. But in an update to their recent findings, the PRS-MCPS Alliance (the UK’s music royalty collection organisation) […]

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In the Mux

I remember Muxtape.com. It allowed you to make an online mixtape from a huge list of songs. It was a simple, brilliant idea, although I never used it. And I remember that it got shut down earlier this year, which is sad. But today I stumbled across the founder’s statement about what happened. It’s a […]

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In the Mux

I remember Muxtape.com. It allowed you to make an online mixtape from a huge list of songs. It was a simple, brilliant idea, although I never used it. And I remember that it got shut down earlier this year, which is sad. But today I stumbled across the founder’s statement about what happened. It’s a […]

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How much is now?

Seth Godin wrote this on his blog recently: More than ever, there’s a clear relationship between how new something is and how much it costs to discover that news. You can check your email twice a day pretty easily. Once every fifteen minutes has a disruption cost. Pinging it with your pocketphone every sixty seconds […]

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creative industries interesting productivity

How much is now?

Seth Godin wrote this on his blog recently: More than ever, there’s a clear relationship between how new something is and how much it costs to discover that news. You can check your email twice a day pretty easily. Once every fifteen minutes has a disruption cost. Pinging it with your pocketphone every sixty seconds […]

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A quote

This had a bit of a profound effect on me when I read it for the first time last night. “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give”. Sir Winston ChurchillBritish politician 1874 – 1965 And then I saw this card this morning on the windowsill outside […]

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charity churchill interesting quote

A quote

This had a bit of a profound effect on me when I read it for the first time last night. “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give”. Sir Winston ChurchillBritish politician 1874 – 1965 And then I saw this card this morning on the windowsill outside […]

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Social Networks – clash of the titans!

I was doing some research yesterday with the website Alexa.com. It generates usage stats for the most used websites. Very useful if you need to know that kind of thing. For example, did you know that Myspace has 0.1 percent more of its users in Germany than in the UK? And that after the US […]

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Social Networks – clash of the titans!

I was doing some research yesterday with the website Alexa.com. It generates usage stats for the most used websites. Very useful if you need to know that kind of thing. For example, did you know that Myspace has 0.1 percent more of its users in Germany than in the UK? And that after the US […]