We've Got All the Blizzard Coverage You Could Ever Want

We've Got All the Blizzard Coverage You Could Ever Want

The blizzard sweeping through the nation has taken the Internet by storm as well. Each and every video has an interesting take on the frost cold front running amok. RightThisMinute staff has scoured through the Internet to find the best videos on the web, and we've got some of the best ones right here for you. View Now
11 Year Time-Lapse Follows Construction of One World Trade Center

11 Year Time-Lapse Follows Construction of One World Trade Center

The One World Observatory opened on May 28, 2015. Before that was a decade of contruction on what might be one of the most important buildings in our recent history. A sign that we will never forget, the One World Trade center stands tall over New York City. Watch as EarthCam’s time-lapse spans 11 years of construction in just two minutes. View Now
This Time-Lapse Film Will Inspire You to Drop Everything & Follow Your Dreams

This Time-Lapse Film Will Inspire You to Drop Everything & Follow Your Dreams

In the stunning new short film Follow Your Creativity, the filmmaker takes the audience through the UK, France, Spain, Italy, USA, Thailand, Zambia and South Africa, with imagery ranging from breathtaking landscapes to awe-inspiring architecture. Throughout the film, the narrator reminds the audience that life is about being creative; pursuing dreams; and attaining happiness. The imagery coupled with the voiceover make this film into quite the inspirational piece of work. View Now
The Last of the Snow in Boston Has FINALLY Melted

The Last of the Snow in Boston Has FINALLY Melted

Winter was wicked cold in Boston. The remaining snow in the city finally melted this past week. Yeah — it's July. Boston got a record 110.6 inches of snow this past winter, and it was contained to a "snow farm" that was once 75 feet high. Apparently the trash under all the snow helped insulate the pile, delaying the melting process. No, really.   View Now
A New York Minute

A New York Minute

Our very own community manager Heather captured this amazingly beautiful and breathtaking timelapse footage of the city that never sleeps, New York City. The views are courtesy of the One World Observatory.  View Now
Learn What a Beardsplosion is and How to Make One

Learn What a Beardsplosion is and How to Make One

Mr. Incredibeard can do things with his beard us commoners can only imagine. His most recent excursion is to make it look as if his beard is exploding out of the side of his head, colloquially known as a beardsplosion. You may not be able to follow this tutorial due to lack of beard, but it'll give you something to shoot for. View Now
Background Tells a Story in This Pregnancy Time-Lapse

Background Tells a Story in This Pregnancy Time-Lapse

Pregnancy time lapses are really fascinating to watch, but Sam Stonehill took his a step further. He used the background as a window into what was happening in his and his partner's lives during the pregnancy. It covers the baby gifts they received, ultrasounds, moving, and much more. Stonehill also plans on doing a time-lapse of his son every day for the next twenty years, so make sure to keep up on his progress here. View Now
Volcano Erupts in Chile

Volcano Erupts in Chile

A volcano in Chile erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years. People were affected within a radius of 12 miles and had to evacuate their homes. The ash cloud from Calbuco spilled into the sky for seven miles. View Now
1 World Trade Center Elevator is a Virtual Time Machine

1 World Trade Center Elevator is a Virtual Time Machine

From the time the doors close until they reopen at the observatory, the 1 World Trade Center elevator will have virtually taken you through the history and development of the New York City skyline, from the 1500s to today. The time-lapse is amazingly breathtaking and just immensely fascinating. View Now