RIP Ted you will be missed and thanks for you comments.
Just read the email newsletter from Webmaster World and was devastated to hear the news about Ted.
My latest WW StickyMail was from Ted. I can't say I knew him very well on a personal level, but, in the few interactions I had with him, he was always extremely courteous and helpful.
Ted was a wonderful human being, a true legend who will never be forgotten.
You will be missed. RIP Ted.
I am deeply sorry to hear the news. I leaned so many things from his posts. Rest in peace, Ted.
So sorry to hear. Will truly be missed.
At Webmaster World Orlando, I liked to hangout outside the front doors and Ted was often out there smoking. Watching how he interacted with people I was amazed by him. Most of the SEOs there spooned out information and kept the good stuff to themselves. But standing out there chatting with and watching Ted, it seemed he would happily give all his secrets to anyone who walked up to him just to be helpful. I was in awe because he was so open and his attitude was so unique for that crowd.
So sad, he helped so many of us, R.I.P Tedster
R.I.P Ted, it's a huge loss to the community.
He was so generous when I asked him so many questions through sticky mail. He was very helpful on all my post. He's a great person. We all miss you, Ted. RIP - I cannot control my cry for him, I am not a girl. But somewhat I feel so saddened for a person whom I never met or never thought he would be over 30.
Sad news. RIP Tedster
May God Bless His Soul. Ted we all miss you. Thanks for being so upfront, frank, outspoken and approachable.
|Really feeling bad to miss him :( |
A giant indeed. Fare well Tedster.
Sorry to hear, much love to his family and friends.
Thank you Ted for all your help and advice. RIP.
I've only met him face-to-face once but was impressed by his kindness. I'll miss him.
so sad... many a times that Ted has helped me over the years!
...will miss you Ted!
so very sad to hear this. thoughts and prayers to his family. WebmasterWorld will never be the same.
Sorry to see him go, he was an excellent & unique contributor to this industry. The insights I got from his posts have been very valuable. Condolences to his family & friends.
Very sad news. I spent a lot of time with Ted in London and other venues. Truly a real gentleman as well as a superb expert in what we strive to do here.
It was always an honor to have "Tedster" reply to a question. He will truly be missed.
While cleaning out my mailbox I found a link to a thread that tedster had responded to. He said in two sentences what would have taken the rest of us three paragraphs.
I've been away with other business the last year or so... checking in from time to time... but was shocked with the news Tedster had passed! Dang (another word is better) sorry to hear that! Always bright, brilliant and boyish, eager to share his love of machines and code. Helped me a number of times. Condolences to his family and friends, and to all of those here at webmasterworld who benefited just by having shared a thread with him.
You will be missed Ted. RIP.
Ted was a Legend!
The kindest, most selfless mod I never met. Happy trails and may your huge cache of most excellent karma light your path...
This is sad :*(
Rest In Peace Master Tedster
I learned so much from Ted, we had a few good debates. He will be missed here on webmasterworld dearly.
Real shock to hear about Ted. Spent many a night talking with Ted in many cities while pubcon was starting up. RIP.
Ted taught me so much and he was always so kind! I'm very sad to hear of his passing. The community did indeed lose a great man. We were lucky to have known him.
My deepest to condolences go out to you, Brett, and to all his close friends here at WebmasterWorld.
So sorry to hear this, and wish I checked in more often to send more timely condolences to friends and family.
I had several one-on-one messages back and forth with Ted... My wife, who never laid eyes on this website, was even saddened by the news after hearing how often I had spoken of the kind man that helped a stranger through so many questions. Never once asking for anything in return.
The industry, and this forum has lost a great advocate and calm voice. He will be missed for sure.