(Femalehiphop.net is a platform and a network for all female hip-hop activists and intends to call females from all over the world to get in touch with each other, to exchange ideas and to support the movement.)
(HipHop Feminism is an egroup born out of the Hip Hop and Feminism Conference in Chicago IL, April 7-9, 2005. To continue the dialogue and to nurture ACTION on the issues addressed at the conference, this egroup will serve as a sounding board and network center to share ideas, events and programs.)
B-Girl Be: A Celebration of Women in Hip-Hop
("The B-Girl Be event is an all encompassing female inspired Hip-Hop event that touches on all aspects of Hip-Hop, with emphasis on showcasing female graffiti writers and the community issues that we as women involved in Hip-Hop face. B-Girl Be focuses on the ever growing, conscious, socially aware, powerful and positive group emerging and taking their rightful throne: Women in Hip-Hop. I am eagerly anticipating what the B-Girl Be 2006 conference has on deck.”)
Anderson argued that products that are in low demand or have low sales volume can collectively make up a market share that rivals or exceeds the relatively few current bestsellers and blockbusters, if the store or distribution channel is large enough. The Long Tail is a potential market and, as the examples illustrate, the distribution and sales channel opportunities created by the Internet often enable businesses to tap into that market successfully.