How a teenager I met on the internet took me into outer space for less than $1000. And why you should accept random skype requests on the web - there's some cool smart kids out there...

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Wall Ball is a fast, fun and social sport that anyone can play - all you need is is a wall and a ball. Let him take you on a journey of the growth of Wall Ball in Sydney, Australia, and share with you all you need to start a chapter in your own city.

The power of the small idea: When you really want to change something try thinking about the small things you want to change. More often than not you'll find it easier, faster and most importantly, it can be done. Do this often enough and you'll engender Big Change.

How does a brand go from $17,000 to $2,000,000 in 13 years in the hyper-competitive ad spend environment of sports apparel? This story describes my personal journey from adopting UA as an outsider in Japan to uncovering the American cultural insights that underpin its (not so) surprising success.

Get to know the delegation at Stream through numbers.

The real meaning and implications of the Kama Sutra.

Youth media is a fragmented industry in China due to government regulations of media—but what does the future hold? Will it be pushed forward by personal innovation and mass pressure, or will the government tighten up even more?

She explore a series of parallel universes to uncover how good, bad, and indifferent experiences changed the world.

What do these two things have in common? And no, it's not clogging arteries.

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Talking about training hard, losing, and using the learnings to win in an amateur fight.

Back Squash for the 2020 Olympic Games.

Ogilvy was her final frontier she thought. A big-ad-agency girl who grew up in the likes of Publicis, Leo Burnett and finally Ogilvy, Pat had it all when a personal disaster struck. She was forced to choose between setting up her own shop, or pray hard.

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Why agencies should play a role in shaping the world by partnering with passionate entrepreneurs.

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The Art Of Bad Design.