1. A storm rolled into Atlanta late Wednesday afternoon, and Account Director Andrew Golubock caught it on camera from the 40th floor of the MNN office. He set up a GoPro HERO3 against his office window and put it in time-lapse mode to record at 1 frame per second. He then compressed the 75 minutes of video — 4,500 frames — into one minute and 15 seconds.
Watch it here.

    A storm rolled into Atlanta late Wednesday afternoon, and Account Director Andrew Golubock caught it on camera from the 40th floor of the MNN office. He set up a GoPro HERO3 against his office window and put it in time-lapse mode to record at 1 frame per second. He then compressed the 75 minutes of video — 4,500 frames — into one minute and 15 seconds.

    Watch it here.

  2. 2010 marked the 40th celebration of Earth Day, a holiday that helped spark America’s modern environmental movement when it was founded on April 22, 1970, by then-Sen. Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin. In honor of that historic day, MNN produced this quick look back at the last four decades of planetary appreciation.

  3. We sure could use your vote!

    MNN’s AT&T video is a finalist in the Center for Corporate Citizenship’s annual film festival. We’d appreciate it if you’d give AT&T a vote!