If you love foxes, then you’re in for a huge treat — because the place you’re about to virtually visit will be your new dreamworld. In the mountains of Shiroishi, Japan lies Zao Fox Village. Here, nearly 100 foxes of six different types roam the grounds freely and enjoy customized structures, houses, and objects designed […]
The Japanese are renown around the world for their diligence and efficiency. These traits can be found in the Japanese culture in nearly everything they do, even cleaning a train. Dateline Tokyo journalist Charli James got to go behind the scenes to see how the maintenance crew cleans one of Japan’s famous super fast bullet […]
Pocahontas County in West Virginia falls within the National Radio Quiet Zone. It’s home to quiet country living, friendly people, and one of the most impressive engineering marvels in the world—the Green Bank Telescope. The GBT measures radio waves from throughout the universe, but due to the telescope’s extreme sensitivity, any operating wireless device can […]
2015 sure went by fast. We’ve seen countless amazing images and viral videos over the past twelve months and without any doubt, some of the coolest videos are the ones taken on GoPro cameras. Here are the best of the best.
Don’t know about you, but I just can’t imagine New Year’s eve without fireworks. Every New Year, there are a couple videos showcasing fireworks from all around the world that stand out from the crowd. This one, from Lima in Peru is definitely one of them. Jeff Cremer had the opportunity to pilot his drone 200 meters high […]
Don’t you just love when you’re at the supermarket and your clerk is super fast and organized when checking your purchases out? YouTube channel People are Awesome sifted through the Web to find the fastest, quickest, and speediest workers they could find and jammed packed the best into this new video.
It’s truly amazing how the world is changing every single day. If you take a look back, not more than ten years ago we barely knew what internet is and much power it has. And while ten years ago Google was just yet another search engine, today we can hardly imagine our world without it. […]
In Tajikistan, bread is still baked in a beautiful, traditional way at Shamsullo Dustov’s house in Kumsangir—just 30 miles from the Afghan border. Much of the surrounding land is nonarable, so the homemade bread makes up a large part of peoples’ average daily caloric intake. Watch the process unfold in John Wendle’s short piece.