Here is a table which provides some files that were on my old Bluehost account that has now been canceled. The new link is in the third column. 

Notes
 If you got here from....  The new link is....  The old link was..
Posted: 2013.06.06
Still Live as 2016.03.01)
The‌ GiveWell‌ Blog: Flow-through effects https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/ricard_excerpt  http://www.dkfriedman.name/ricard_excerpt.html
Posted: 2012.07.28
Dead Link as of 2016.03.01
TakePart:Horrific 10 Percent Literacy Rate Prompts ACLU to Sue Michigan Schools https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxkYXZpZGtpdGZyaWVkbWFufGd4OjI0YTE1ZGQ0Mzg2ZGUyOQ  http://www.dkfriedman.name/ss_vs_michigan
Posted: 2009.11.18
Still Live as of
2016.03.01
Topic: [ap-stat] Independent vs. Mutually Exclusive Events  https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/venn_high_school.png?attredirects=0  http://www.dkfriedman.name/venn_high_school.png
Posted: 2009.10.27
The image doesn't show up any more and I no longer have access to the account.....The image was after the text:"you need to use the following formula (convolution):"  Still live as of 2016.03.01

Is a subset of a normal distribution normal? [Archive]  - Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/convolution.png?attredirects=0 http://www.dkfriedman.name/convolution.png
Posted: 2009.10.16
The link is still there in the thread for that: http://www.dkfriedman.name/picker_calc.html  (2016.03.01)
More determining sample size [Archive]  - Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum https://script.google.com/macros/s/AKfycbxbtAxrrbhW-PqHdLoRtwfO8yVktXfNlOZ5cae0sVb9iBaas8Q/exec http://www.dkfriedman.name/picker_calc.html
Posted: 2009.10.16
The image was put after the text: "the equation then for the P(EP=0 | EF=0 ) is:"  (2016.03.01)
More determining sample size [Archive]  - Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/picker_eqn.png?attredirects=0 http://www.dkfriedman.name/picker_eqn.png
Posted: 2009.10.13
The graph is for that function spoken about in the last message I posted on that thread (10-14-2009 07:24 PM)  for the function defined there which has a maximum at both -1  and +1.  (2016.03.01)

descriptive statistics, easy question [Archive]  - Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/bimodal.png?attredirects=0  http://www.dkfriedman.name/bimodal.png