Pocket’s Most-Saved Videos: World Trade Center, alternative energy and a cab driver’s strange trip

Every week: A handpicked collection of the most popular videos saved in Pocket. Enjoy!

1. “One World Trade Center: 2004-2012” (2:04)

Time-lapse footage of what is now the tallest building in New York City:

2. “Amory Lovins: A 50-Year Plan for Energy” (27:04)

Energy theorist Amory Lovins, head of the Rocky Mountain Institute, makes the case for how we can move to a more efficient energy future, with no new laws:

3. “RIP MCA (Fight for Your Right)” (3:45)

Coldplay, performing at the Hollywood Bowl, covers the Beastie Boys’ “Fight for Your Right” in tribute to the late Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys:

4. “Detour” (8:19)

A short film about a cab driver and his unlikely passenger:

5. “Robyn vs. Taran Killam: SNL Dance Comparison” (3:36)

Neil Patrick Harris resurfaced this gem from December, in which the Saturday Night Live star nails every dance move from “Call Your Girlfriend”:

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