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» Review the Long Tail Book from Damien Mulley
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» Enter the Long Tail from Thatedeguy
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» The Long Tail of Relationships from Profound Connections
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Comments

Jessica

Send me a copy please, would love to buy one if nothing else!

Pip

Will you be speaking in San Diego?

Griffin Caprio

How do we know if we've been accepted?

Lucas Murtinho

Don't know if my blog will be eligible, since I usually write in Portuguese. But I'd be happy to change languages for a free book - especially this one, that is taking a little too long to hit the shelves.

bill

Yeah, how do we know if we've been accepted? Any possibility of an email reply?

Eric

This is one of the greatest ways to get some buzz - hope I made the cut.

Grant Henninger

While free things are all well and good, there is a much more important subject to be address in this post: reminiscing about my childhood. AstroCamp was an awesome experience when I was in elementary school, and I'm sure your nine-year-old had an awesome time. I remember one night we all acted out plays, and I based mine off of Calvin and Hobbes, people made fun of me for it (because children are cruel like that) but I know my play was awesome.

For future summers I would recommend the Catalina Island Marine Institute (CIMI), which is somehow related to AstroCamp, and of course Space Camp and Space Academy. I had great experiences at all of these places, and if your progeny is anything like you seem from your blog and your work, I'm sure they would have a great time at these places too.

David

I'd rather pay for mine, to help the Long Tail economy :)

Looking forward to reading the book!

David

Oh, I almost forgot. I do want mine autographed of course. When are you coming to L.A.?

Ben Schwartz

As the person who introduced Chris and his son to AstroCamp in the first place, it's great to see another AstroCamper. I look forward to hearing about the Andersonling's adventures in Idyllwild when he returns.

Ben

Richard Akerman

Maybe you should suggest a tag for reviews, e.g. longtailreview ?

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Dear,
I am a student as well as a librarian of a club. I heared about your FREE BOOKS.I humbly request you to send me your boks on bellow address.
Your faithfully
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Amy Campbell

Would love to read the book, do you still have copies?

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akash khosla

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I am a student as well as a librarian of a local club for people who can not afford money o continue their reading habits. I heared about your FREE BOOKS.I humbly request you to send me your boks on bellow address.
Your faithfully
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islam uddin bhutto

i was very glad to read comments about long tail and also be joyless. because i am poor and cannot purchase it.
any way wish you all good luck.

shahid akhter memon

i m glad to know that there is some one helping the poor person in education so i hope you will help me as well by sending me your books for graduation waiting for your response thanks

Name:shahid akhter memon
Address:H:No.D-537 memon muhalla barrage road sukkur pakistan

Islam uddin Bhutto

To
the incharge
sub:- request for free book

R/sir
With respect the i am requesting you the i am poor so i cannot purchase the best book as the longer tail and others.
I am sure that your kind honour will accept my request and send the book at this address.

Name:Islam udin Bhutto
post office and village: Garhi khuda bux bhutto
District: Larkana
Talka: Ratodero
Province: Sindh
Pakistan.

Requested by
Islam uddin Bhutto.

c.t.ramesh

pls send boks to the following adrs
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vellore dist
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I am faisal, now doing MBA , i heared about your free books. so i kindly request you to send me your books to my below given address,
faisal
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kavil (po)
naduvannur via)
calicut (dist)673614 (pin)
kerala, india

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

Notes and sources for the book

FREE was available in all digital forms--ebook, web book, and audiobook--for free shortly after the hardcover was published on July 7th. The ebook and web book were free for a limited time and limited to certain geographic regions as determined by each national publisher; the unabridged MP3 audiobook (get zip file here) will remain free forever, available in all regions.

Order the hardcover now!