User talk:RobertBorgersen

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Welcome to Wikipedia, RobertBorgersen! My name is Ryan, aka Acetic Acid. I noticed that you were new and haven't received any messages yet. I just wanted to see how you were doing. Wikipedia can be a little intimidating at first, since it uses different formatting than other sites that use HTML and CSS. In the long run, though, you'll find that the WikiSyntax is a lot easier and faster than those other ways. Here are a few links to get you started:

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question[edit]

And what do you think about my other edits (whithout the bloomers) in the ICOC article? --Karl 16:34, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

didn't look at them too closely...what are bloomers? Rob 23:03, 23 June 2006 (UTC)


Aids in Africa[edit]

Robert,

I haven't changed your proposed list of organisations focused on helping with AIDS in Africa. I went to bed last night thinking the idea is good but this morning as well as length (I can find a list of about 90) I am a bit concerned about "focused". Both World Vision and SOS are vast (both over a $1bn turnover) and do a huge amount for Aids Orphans, but do so much on other things in other places that I am not sure they are really "focused" on this one issue. Do we want to list much smaller organisation who help in say 3 countries in Africa but don't do much else? I think having a list like this is a good plan but perhaps it should be on the open directory (where there is one) rather than here? Be interested in your thoughts? --BozMo talk 09:51, 3 December 2006 (UTC)

Racetrack (game)[edit]

Hi Robert. I've replied to your post Description of "speeding up" at talk:Racetrack (game). I post here to make sure you see it - feel free to delete my post here at your talk page once you've seen it.--Niels Ø (noe) (talk) 07:52, 25 January 2008 (UTC)


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Proposed deletion of Jahia[edit]

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Speedy deletion nomination of Motorola XT300[edit]

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See the guidelines for specific types of articles: biographies, websites, bands, or companies. SwisterTwister talk 02:19, 19 August 2011 (UTC)