Teachers get time off, but mentorship knows no bounds. The other day, Wyclef Jean settled into an armchair in a Los Angeles studio and logged on to Skype. He was wearing red vinyl high-tops and oversized aviator sunglasses. To do: video-chat with fledgling musicians. The session had been organized by Fiverr, an online marketplace for freelancers; for a fee of a hundred dollars, an artist could get twenty minutes of one-on-one mentorship from the former member of the Fugees.
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