Comments: Cites & Insights April 2005

"Many, many"? A little under 7.5? Let's see: That must make 2-3 "lots" and 4-6 "many." (I still don't use emoticons.)

Anyway, thanks for the mention. I thought I'd poked fun at the newness of the long tail concept earlier, but I don't see it in my running index, so maybe not--or maybe it was at LISNews.

(Years ago, I was the morning keynote speaker at a Simmons College library school alumni day, at which the afternoon keynoter was the Wired editor who wrote about the "long boom" and "Dow 30,000." As we all know, Wired projections are never wrong, which is why Dow is now at 30,000...)

BTW, I did vote for you.

Posted by Walt Crawford at April 9, 2005 01:08 PM

"Many, many"?

Well, I must be "blog people". That means I am not "in the habit of sustained reading of complex texts". :-)

PS: Thanks for the vote. If elected, I will appoint you Librarian Of Congress.

Posted by Seth Finkelstein at April 9, 2005 11:20 PM