In the psychological sense the curse of knowledge is when someone is so highly experienced at a particular thing they cannot properly explain it to someone else

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However, we can use it in a more general sense to describe the communication errors that occur between IQ differentials. For example, if we assume the average IQ at 100 points, that person is going to be able to communicate effectively within the 15 points of divination both positive and negative. So the average person can communicate effectively with someone with an IQ from 85 to 115. That IQ differential, from 85 to 115 contains most people that someone is going to interact with in their entire lives.

https://arcadianationalist.wordpress.com/2020/09/16/the-curse-of-knowledge

Most likely a really talented PR person “placed” that story by connecting with a writer or editor at the magazine and convincing them that it was interesting enough for you — the reader — to want to read, and talk about with your friends (drawing attention to the magazine, the ads in the magazine — UVM’s, print circulation, it’s a whole other thing…)

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When I was working in PR I remember admiring freelance writers and watching them travel and explore and like, get paid for it basically twice — because first, they were literally getting paid to write an article for a big name publication which was (is) my dream — and second, they were enjoying curated experiences created by us hardworking PR folk (something I didn’t mention in my PR section… the headaches of organizing press trips. That’s for another article) and just taking advantage of the free (often luxurious and customized) hospitality.

https://metropolitanmolly.com/2020/07/09/what-ive-learned-from-working-on-both-sides-of-the-media-industry-at-two-lifestyle-travel-pr-agencies-and-as-a-hopefully-successful-freelance-writer