Is is our evil genius to keep our quant free stuff in a haphazard mess? Maybe…well …. maybe

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Is is our evil genius to keep our quant free stuff in a haphazard mess? Maybe…well …. maybe

So a readers asks:

> Hello,
> Thanks for your update.
> I am not a premium member yet, but I am thinking of.
> The problem with me is not the ‘not enough free stuff’, but that fact
> that it is kind of hard to get there.
> Your website is not really well organized, and whenever/whatever I
> click to check your ‘free stuff”, it also goes back to ‘premium
> member registration’ page, and it is not obvious how to get the stuff,
> which seems like typical ‘SCAM’.
> I was only able to get ‘google history data’ source, which I already
> have for myself, and I wasn’t luck enough to find other stuffs.
> The only reason I was interested in your free stuff is to check the
> QUALITY of your work. I believe your website needs a serious
> renovation to attract more members.
> Anyway, I appreciate all your works.


We are thinking of all this re-org stuff but it gets kind of messy. It somes worth it to keep it haphazard as well. It kind of makes you got look harder to find what you want. Most stuff is treated as a teaser for people to join. Without members, this site would not exist. Plain and simple.

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