Although I've always posted hi-res versions of all my screencasts on this blog, now that YouTube includes higher quality viewing options, I've gone YouTube. Essentially YouTube is a marketing channel ... for me and everyone else.
I've known for some time that this step was required. After all, I've often found good engineering content via my YouTube searches. Professor Blanchard's MATLAB and Excel VBA Tutotials are an excellent example of how this process worked. I conducted my YouTube search, and after finding relevant content I checked the video / channel link for more details. More often than not I discover a link back to the content creator's home web site, and higher resolution videos.
Thus, I give you the Northstar Nerd's YouTube Channel ... including some of my own screencasts and CTEF volunteer work. You'll also find in my own subscription area YouTube providers who I've identified as having excellent engineering seminars and courses. However, please note that all of these providers are found via my Engineering Learning Wiki and Search Engines. In every instance, via this blog or my wiki you'll access higher resolution copies of the exact same content. Having said all that ... I bow to the inevitable!