But what do we use them for and what do they say about what we create.
Over 80% of ocean pollution comes from land-based activities. Pollution, coastal dredging and fishing practises such as bottom trawling are all contributing.
With the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights estimating in 2009 that up to 70% of Bolivian women suffered some form of domestic abuse; Wrestling is not only a soap opera escape from the daily grind, it also casts Aymara women as forces to be reckoned with.
Lost in the middle of Asia's biggest slum on the hunt for one story, we found another staring us right in the face. Welcome to India, where things aren't quite as they might seem
We meet three residents who each live and work there, to see what life in Asia's biggest slum is really like.
There’s this saying about 3 sure-fire ways to lose money. The most enjoyable is on wine and women, The fastest is on gambling, but the most certain is on engineering research. So there you are.
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Stipla is a new interactive iPad magazine for storytellers, adventurers and explorers everywhere.
Pairing pioneering ideas and a spirit for discovery, we uncover compelling stories from around the globe with a strong independent slant. Stipla isn't a news or lifestyle magazine. It's both and plenty more besides.
Stipla is brought to life by a powerful interactive platform. All our stories leverage the potential of digital technology in some way; adding layers of interwoven content to create an unexpected and inventive magazine experience.