I admit that Paul is much better at technical explanations than I am, but it is a matter of differing expertise. I'm sorry you found me inconsiderate. I strive to emphasize both courtesy and clarity in my responses.
"A solar reflector can be made very easily. The beauty of a parabolic reflector is that you can concentrate parallel rays of sun on a praticular point. It can be used for various purposes. It has applications in solar cooking, pasteurization and even in airconditioning(No, this is not a typo). The design I am presenting is very cost-effective. Aluminium is choosen as the reflective surface. The reason for not choosing mirrors is that they are very fragile and can cause injury to its handlers. They are expensive also. While Aluminium sheets are cheap and light weight. As far as reflectance is concerned Aluminium's reflectance is second to glass mirrors only. So you should not worry about reflectance."
Horrible English. Truly awful. No native English speaker is going to read past this paragraph. I have highlighted the spelling mistakes and the poor grammar.
Now, that is just the first paragraph. You go on to not tell anyone how to make a solar concentrator and make a point of not telling them how they could use one in the unlikely event that they did manage to build one from your instructions.
If I was wikipedia, I would not want to link to this hub. It offers no information whatsoever.
all of the hubpages team are fantastic they are friendly cheerful helpful and polite comparing them is wrong because although they are part of a team, they are individuals too. I love all of you guys and gals on the team take care.....jimmy
LOL the whole thread. Charlotte & Glen had me on the floor.
Here's a direct quote: Some people feel threatened by power and a firm opinion. Some people take kindness for weakness and don't recognize the beauty before them. Suckas! Maddie is the sweetest, hardest working woman around this place.
If you were trying to be lighthearted, targetting the community moderator with negative comments when her responses to you were nothing but considerate and to the point is a terrible way to go about it.
Likewise, Mark showed you a list of reasons why your hub is substandard when attempting to consider it as an authoritative resource, which is what you need to present when adding to Wikipedia. If you go back, you'll see that I also posted a response to your thread with a link that is vital to remember when editing in links on a wikipedia entry. I suggest you read as much as you can about Wikipedia's policies prior to editing any wikipedia entries at all.
While I have not had direct dealings with Paul, I have always found Maddie totally objective, helpful and expert. If I did have an issue with them, I would not be posting on the forum!
While they provide their services for free, they are professionals, and I have always found the support on HubPages to be totally professional and extremely impressive. Likewise, the community is extremely well informed and it is unusual to see anybody being contentious, just for the sake of it.
This is the only forum that I participate on a daily basis (or very close to it). And I love everyone on here. Whether that is: Maddie, Paul, or Joe down the forum.... Even Mark when he flagged my hubs also.... hahahaahahahaa...
In todays management system every where there is an internal system of potential and performance apraisal. There is no harm in apraising both of them. While apraising I am praising both of them as excellent communicator. Thanx, Jyoti Kothari
There's a big difference between saying that Maddie is aptly named (calling her Rude, a play off Ruud) and saying, for instance, that there is room for improvement in how people who have yet to master the nuances of the English language perceive Maddie's awesome people skills.
Okay, I'm sure everyone has probably seen both versions by now, so which is the better movie between the original and the remake?Here's the criteria to judge by:Who's the better Ren MacCormack? Kevin Bacon or...
From what I have seen featuring /not featuring a hub does little for traffic and it appears to be a catalyst that is sending authors to other sites (Bubblews comes to mind). My understanding is that once a hub becomes...