User talk:Talkie tim

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Hi, Talkie tim, Welcome to Wikipedia!

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Sarg (Talk)

Titanium Resources Group[edit]

Hi! wow, it is amazing to see someone still remembering those welcoming messages I made several weeks ago :) Your article was really fine! Much better than the first one I wrote from scratch :) I have been mostly unactive on these last six months, so I might be a bit "green" on some aspects of article creation (you'd be amazed how fast you forget things like Wikipedia formatting hehehe), but I have a couple of suggestions:

  • I'd add some more details about the origins of the company, the place from which it operates, etc. What I do in this cases is taking as an example another firmly established article in Wikipedia that belongs to the same category, and then investigate a bit. For example, Microsoft (a bit too extense, though).
  • It would add inmensely to the article to add a photo of one of their mines. Of course this needs to be done with some care, as you need a photo from the public domain, or released under the GFDL, or GDL, or whatever it is called hehe.
  • The company infobox in the Microsoft article (which you can find here) would be a nice addition to the article. Will need some reasearch, though :)

That's all I can think of right now :) Have fun and happy editing! Sarg 16:30, 23 January 2006 (UTC)

Save "List of school pranks" From Deletion[edit]

Hi, the article List of school pranks has been targeted by the Wikipedia Thought Police™. Please help preserve this marvellous testament to human inventiveness—and cruelty—from certain extinction by voting Keep at the article's deletion page if you haven't already done so. May algid reason never reign supreme! Thanks, Maikel 15:22, 4 April 2006 (UTC) PS: This is a generic message that has been hand-posted to you as a former contributor—hope you won't mind.

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Re your comments on MRB's Survey of Wikipedian Engineers[edit]

Thanks for your comments. Please see my response posted at User talk:Mbeychok/MRB's Survey of Wikipedian Engineers - mbeychok 20:30, 12 May 2006 (UTC)