Editor Tedres joined the Open Directory on June 20, 1999. He was one of our first PCPs here, representing Women.com and began by editing mostly in Society, but was also a top editor in Home, Recreation, Business, Health and Arts. He edited in an ethical and unbiased manner which was an inspiration to other editors representing their companies, and was never too busy or tired to mentor those who asked him for help. He passed away March 14, 2001, and will be missed greatly.
Robots Mailing List Archive
Re: Search Engine end-users. From his first search engine job with McKinley Group which was later popularly called Magellan.
Ted's ODP profile.
Passing of a Member: Tedres
Memorial thread for Tedres, who was a member of the WebMasterWorld search engine and directory forums. (March 30, 2001)
Police Chase Ends in Fatality
A man suspected of drunken driving, whose license has been suspended six times, struck and killed Ted Resnick on a Berkeley city street early yesterday while fleeing California Highway Patrol officers, authorities said. (March 19, 2001)
Suisun City Man Faces Murder Charge
A Suisun City man was charged with murder yesterday in the death of Theodore Resnick at the end of a high-speed chase in Berkeley involving the California Highway Patrol. (March 17, 2001)
The Danger of Police Chases
Op/Ed piece about how Ted's tragic death should prod rethinking of police policy about chases. (March 16, 2001)
Safety Issue Raised After Fatal Pursuit
Risk to bystanders is part of decision. The death of Theodore Abraham Resnick, 33, of San Francisco has rekindled a long-standing debate over whether car chases on city streets pose too many risks. (March 15, 2001)
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