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For over 20 years, Ed has been delivering significant value for entrepreneurs, non-profits, and businesses by helping to slash costs and increase revenue, while streamlining business processes.
As a Certified Supply Chain Professional, Ed understands the demands placed on organizations in our current climate of economic pressure and stress.
Ed is a wildly creative thinker and energetic advocate for simple, powerful solutions.
His favorite movie is Willy Wonka.
The original version.
Not the new version.
He thinks that new version is just kind of, well... creepy.
But, the original version?
He thinks that one was perfect and has almost every line and song memorized.
For over 20 years, Todd has helped many companies profit from his direct and powerfully effective approach to solving business problems.
As a Certified Project Management Professional Todd applies proven methodologies and communication skills to ensure success.
Todd is a huge Star Trek fan who combines his deep technical background with a knack for solving problems quickly.
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Past performance is not indicative of future results
This is clearly and demonstrably true of mutual funds. It's easy to confirm.
We are very uncomfortable with randomness. So the newspaper does a 12 page section of mutual funds, filled with articles and ads and charts, all touting past performance.
Superstition is what we call the belief in causation due to a mistaken correlation of unrelated data. A broken mirror doesn't actually cause seven years of bad luck, and cheering in a certain way isn't going to help the Yankees, sorry.
Of course, we don't live in a completely random world. The scientific method and statistics make it more likely than ever that you can find trends that actually matter.
The hard part is accepting that the random things actually are unpredictable, and refusing to spend time or money guessing on what can't be reliably guessed. It frees up a lot of time and resources to focus on the things that are actually worth measuring.
Google's (AMP) Accelerated Mobile Pages Project Starts Early 2016
Google's AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is due to appear early 2016.
WordPress to Move Away From PHP, Launches New, Open Sourced Admin Interface
Google Android Studio 2.0 Preview Has Instant Run, Faster Emulator, New GPU Profiler
Android Studio 2.0 ought to make development much faster.
Google Publishes 160-Page Search Quality Rater Guidelines
Google's Search Quality Rating Guidelines document is a 160-page PDF file, so get ready for some coffee-time reading.
Evaluating Click-through Rate, Pageviews, and Time on Site
WebmasterWorld members discuss and help analyse the value of click through rate, page views and time on site from Google organic SERPs.
YouTube Adds New Language Tools For Publishers
YouTube has added some new translation tools for video publishers which are devised to help get to the International audience, which it claims can be over 60pct of the total audience.
Google Steps Up Tests For App Indexing and Content
According to Google, in some cases there's no need to download the app as the content discovery will be in search.
Google+ Gets More Than Just a Facelift
Google has decided to give Google+ a redesign, and says it's more mobile friendly, and now focusing on Communities and Collections.
Google Quality Rater Guidelines - October 2015 Mobile Edition
Google's latest Quality Rater's Guidelines published, now with great emphasis on mobile.
Ad Blocker Tracking Script for Analytics and AdSense
On sites where you employ both Google AdSense and Analytics, here's one simple method to find out how often ads are blocked.