I've meant to make and share more videos for some time now, ever since my first smartphone brought with it a decent video camera, in fact. This has meant diving deeply into technical subjects I had previously neglected, wrestling with various open-source video editors, and, of course, updating my blog theme so that I could properly embed YouTube iframes into posts. This last turned out to be surprisingly difficult.
These videos, by the way, are of my co-workers and I dropping strong rare-earth magnets down a six-foot-long conductive aluminum tube to demonstrate eddy current braking. These come from my YouTube channel; check often for more videos of science experiments and engineering projects.