Back in 1987, when most teenagers weren't thinking about the Internet and the massive changes it would bring about just a few years later, Tiffany Shlain co-authored a proposal called "The United Nations Intelligence Communication Software," It was about how "computers are going to help solve world peace," she states. "It was very optimistic, young and naive. But it came from a hopeful place." Just age 17 at the time, she was already thinking about the impact computers and digital communication would have on the billions of people inhabiting the planet. Read more here.