User talk:Theroadislong

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A page you started (Tristan Stephenson) has been reviewed![edit]

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This article is not blatant advertising. Please reconsider.Dr. Steven Lee Berman (talk) 10:58, 3 November 2013 (UTC)[edit]

Dear Community Member:

The article submitted is not blatant advertising. On the contrary, this article references a notable non-profit entity operating in Canada and the US which makes no money and simply illustrates an educational approach to inspiring next generation innovators. This educational non-profit is recognized by NASA for its innovative methodology and curriculum approach which is supporting unique STEM+ARTS +MOVEMENT education. The article defines the foundation of the approach, highlights two notable individuals in the process and provides others with the ability to access information about the organization.

The bottom line is that if this article was blatant advertising then it would not address a non-profit organization.

Please reconsider and make any recommendations which you deem appropriate to enable publication of the article.

Thank you for your reconsideration.

DIGIVATIONS INSTITUTE

I never know how to "send" from this iPad . Ruth Stiles Gannett (talk) 19:11, 19 January 2014 (UTC)[edit]

Now what?

spelling it out[edit]

I thought I'd made myself clear; I'm not interested in editing or contributing in any way, manner, shape or form to this site anymore.

A Baron

Perhaps, you could assist me ...[edit]

USER REPLIED: Mellow greetings and many thanks, User talk:Theroadislong for your comments. I have devoted long hours over the past few days familiarizing myself with Wikipedia. I have been through this issue comprehensively with others over the weekend. I have previously submitted the article for checking. I am using the utmost care in maintaining neutrality in view point. All entries are diligently being referenced and cited to facilitate authencity. I have changed my user name to User:Sampajanna 08:50, 24 August 2014 Acalamari (talk | contribs) moved page User:WarrenRodwell to User:Sampajanna without leaving a redirect Perhaps, you could assist me with this. WarrenRodwell (talk) 15:46, 24 August 2014 (UTC)

Revisions[edit]

You keep deleting the External links I put on The John Bunyan and Elstow pages. The links I added are not, as you assert, spam links, they are all links to reputable sites directly relating to the subject of these Wiki Articles - How can a link to Bedfordshire Record Office, for example be regarded as spam? I have been the main contributor to the Bunyan and Elstow Wiki pages for several years and I created most of their content. The link to the local historian (Myself) is also not a spam link - I am the former curator of Moot Hall Museum and an acknowledged expert on the History of Bunyan and Elstow. I provide a FREE service, sharing that knowledge - eg. people who think they may be related to John Bunyan wanting to check their family tree, to see if the connections they have made are accurate. Who are you to say that I should not add relevant links?— Preceding unsigned comment added by Moothallelstow (talkcontribs)

Adding links to yourself or organisations with which you are connected is considered spamming. Theroadislong (talk) 18:00, 24 August 2014 (UTC)

DJ Colette wiki page - COI question[edit]

Hi Theroadislong,

I'm a big fan of Thomas Ian Nicholas, so I check both his page and his wife's (Colette) every so often and noticed the COI tag on her page today.

I did some research and was able to add sources for all the info that was added by the now deleted user.

I tried to undo their work and add it myself in an effort to have the COI tag removed and that's when I realized that I needed to drop you a line.

Please have a look at the page. Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help clear up this tag.

Thanks so much :)

(Mona1975 (talk) 06:46, 25 August 2014 (UTC))