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By TonyStark, Retired Moderator - R.I.P. on 27th January 2013, 08:02 PM
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10th April 2016, 10:27 PM |#121  
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Tribute to TonyStark, a.k.a. Tom
Dear XDA members,

this thread is now ny personal tribute to Tony (see my earlier posts). So, please keep posting in this thread to show your relationship with/respect to Tony. Let me be clear: this is not a "in Memory of Tony" thread , but a tribute to Tony as if he would still be alive. I really hope that you all will keep on contributing to this thread. Tony deserves all the respect we can give him by keeping this thread alive in every way. He was a very special and unique Forum Moderator in every aspect.
BTW, My mission to make this thread a true personal Tribute toTony is merely based on the many personal contacts with Tony. It's very clear to me that I will never be able to stand in the shadow of Tony, therefore he was too unique, But as a very close friend, I know how he thought about issues regarding XDA and as such, I think I'm able, depending on the kind of future posts in this thread, to answer some of these posts in the spirit of Tony. The only thing I want to achieve is that this thread will be continued as a very well meant Tribute to Tony, my very dear and close friend.

Thanks in advance and kindest regards, kuzibri
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13th April 2016, 02:48 AM |#122  
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How to make a difference between a Noob and a Newbie
As an addition to the OP post of TS regarding Noobs and Newbies, I would like to add the following links: http://www.wikihow.com/Define-the-Di...b-and-a-Newbie
http://nevernoob.com/noob-vs-newb/
More to come!


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18th April 2016, 12:57 AM |#123  
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Hi,

I'm not only disappointed by the lack of contributions of you all to my personal TRIBUTE thread for Tony, but also amazed by it. Had expected that this thread would be kept alive by you all not only as a Tribute to Tony, but also as if he still was alive. As a unique and easily approachable Mod, he deserves this. Maybe I'm sentimental, but that's my real and honest opinion. Come on, post your thoughts in this thread in the way you should have done if he was still alive!

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11th May 2016, 04:47 PM |#124  
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Pouring one for TS.

Thanks for the entertaining read!!


My lesson from this: If you are experiencing a problem.... chances are it isn't unique and it has already been asked. Don't be a n00b and ask without taking the time to search properly and read.

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14th February 2017, 10:11 AM |#125  
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Hi @kuzibri
I just stumbled upon this thread via your (Tony's) Index project. The "Steps to shake the noob status" is a very entertaining read, his passing is undoubtedly a great loss to this community!
As for the disappointment post, it doesn't surprise me as much. In my experience, the www is a difficult place to discuss the topic, especially in a mainly anonymous environment that doesn't focus on it. I don't believe people mean any harm by not posting, I think it's rather a fear of saying something that would offend someone considering the delicacy of the topic.
I hope you uphold your clearly endless respect for Tony on XDA, it's a good thing to remember. Thank you for keeping his spirit alive
Kindly yours
-Timmy
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14th February 2017, 04:43 PM |#126  
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Hi @kuzibri
I just stumbled upon this thread via your (Tony's) Index project. The "Steps to shake the noob status" is a very entertaining read, his passing is undoubtedly a great loss to this community!
As for the disappointment post, it doesn't surprise me as much. In my experience, the www is a difficult place to discuss the topic, especially in a mainly anonymous environment that doesn't focus on it. I don't believe people mean any harm by not posting, I think it's rather a fear of saying something that would offend someone considering the delicacy of the topic.
I hope you uphold your clearly endless respect for Tony on XDA, it's a good thing to remember. Thank you for keeping his spirit alive
Kindly yours
-Timmy

Hi Timmy, many thanks for your kind words! Will do my best to keep Tony's spirit alive. And yes, my respect for him is indeed endless and will stay that way for the rest of my life. Not only were we very good friends but we also worked a lot together in many projects with the same intention: make XDA a better and organized place.

kindest regards, kuzibri
8th September 2017, 08:40 PM |#127  
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This is my first time posting anything since joining XDA mainly because I've been able to find the answers to any questions I've had, but this post touched me. This was a truly hilarious read and something everyone should read upon joining XDA! I offer my deepest condolences (though many years late) to all his friends and family. I will recommend this post for reading to anyone i come across in hopes to help keep this alive and going in his memory. I didn't know him but feel this community suffered a great loss and if this post was any indication of his personality then I know those who never knew him missed out on an insightful and humorous person. I am a hobbyist at this at best and this post truly was insightful and taught me something I needed to know and I am grateful for the chance to have experienced this read. I am honored to have had this opportunity and hope I have helped in keeping this post alive in his memory. I hope my words have not offeneded or upset anyone and apologize if they have. My deepest sympathies to all who had the chance to call him friend. RIP TonyStark!
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