Please enjoy a GIF about Impulse to go along with my “Impulse Comparison of Three Different Demonstrations” video.
I’ll start with what you most need to know from my post. One week from today I will be removing all EDpuzzle links from my Flipping Physics website. If you need those links for any reason, please grab them before Friday, April 3.
“But … Why?” You might ask.
Well, as I detailed last Sunday, EDpuzzle Lesson views do not count as views on YouTube. The response to that video from y’all warmed my heart. Many of you donated money, decided to stop using EDpuzzle, and/or emailed EDpuzzle about the issue. Because of that, I finally have a clear answer from Quim Sabrià, the CEO of EDpuzzle. Here is his explanation as to why.
“When students watch YouTube through Edpuzzle, they’re streaming through youtube-nocookie.com, an approved YouTube URL that protects our students’ privacy and makes Edpuzzle COPPA and FERPA compliant. Due to YouTube’s policies, it does not display ads and therefore does not track views. As YouTube has also been making some major changes to how content is labeled for minors, this also restricts views that are being tracked, as this content cannot display ads. Unfortunately, we are not going to stop using youtube-nocookie.com and push ads to our users as it would be against COPPA and FERPA and make Edpuzzle illegal to use for most of our users. I hope you understand that it's not an option for us.”
Unfortunately, that means EDpuzzle has a parasitic relationship with educational YouTube creators. EDpuzzle takes views away from the very video creators they need in order to have a business. Taking views away from YouTube videos means YouTube ranks those videos as less popular and therefore promotes those videos less which makes those videos less popular therefore harming those YouTube creators.
Thank you all very much for your support with regards to this issue. I feel loved by this community. And I will cease and desist with bothering y’all about it. Unless there is good news, someday.
Please stay healthy, physically distant, and a little bit sane.
Jonathan (aka, mr.p, Billy, Bobby, Bo)
I Need Your Help.
EDpuzzle Lessons do not count on YouTube. ☹️
AP Physics 1 Playlist
Bored during our current pandemic? Have I got a plaguelist for you! Every AP Physics 1 video of mine, in order!! You will need a lot of popcorn though, it’s more than 37 hours long. Enjoy!
Yesterday I posted two videos which means I can finally announce that, after seven years of work, I have videos covering the entire AP Physics 1 curriculum.
Resistors in Series and Parallel Equation Derivations
Kirchhoff's Rules of Electrical Circuits
NEW VIDEO! - Electric Potential Difference and Circuit Basics
Check it out, eh!
Ahh, the whipsaw of emotions that are YouTube comments. Here are two comments I have received in the last 24 hours. Weeeee!
If you are taking AP Physics 1, this is modeled on the common "design a lab" type of free response question. I definitely suggest checking it out.
Yep, I make physics videos in the hope that you can learn physics. If you are a physics teacher, I am very hopeful that you will want to use them to help flip your physics class.