In 2004 the physicist Chris Anderson postulated a theory - the long tail - in which he stated that with the emergence of the internet many writers and artists get a chance of success. As a result, greatest hits and bestsellers would have an increasingly relatively smaller share in the totals of artist success. However, the opposite seems to be true! In addition, the often assumed personalized information "bulb" may very well turn out to be a personally packaged globalized tube vision!
In: Education Journal, 2018-350 p.21