The YouTube Revolution in Knowledge Transfer

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Growing up as an aspiring javelin thrower in Kenya, the young Julius Yego was unable to find a coach: in a country where runners command the most prestige, mentorship was practically nonexistent. Determined to succeed, he instead watched YouTube recordings of Norwegian Olympic javelin thrower…

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Samo Burja

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There has never been an immortal society. Figuring out why. I write on history, epistemology and strategy.

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