In today's world of business and research and development collaboration is key to success in the market. This documentary focuses on how businesses and specifically research and development departments use collaboration in the marketplace through the use of examples, case studies, and expert interviews. "Second Life" uses the ideas of technology and networking to create teams from around the globe to create unique digital content. Team members use specialized headsets to be able to communicate in the same language and collaborate on a variety of projects. Mark Kingdon and "Second World" are revolutionizing telecommuting and collaboration by simplifying and streamlining the digital experience. Not only is collaboration used in business but in medicine and science as well. The Mayo Clinic is using the digital world and collaboration to allow greater access to healthcare professionals and become more of an integral part of their own plan of care while staying closer to home. X PRIZE is an innovative strategy that challenges teams of geneticists to sequence 100 human genomes with a deadline of 10 days, in order to earn $10,000. The goal is to use digital collaboration to create a more cost effective method of mapping DNA. Many companies have also expanded their digital collaboration net to include their customers. JetBlue's founder, David Neeleman, used customer collaboration from the beginning of his new venture, Azul Brazilian Airlines, using customer input to select the name of his new company. There are numerous ways that the educational community are using, developing, and producing collaborative teams, crowdsourcing, and new technological tools to create employees who are adept at using these tools to be successful in the collaborative atmosphere of the workplace.