Congratulations, Chief Nut! You're the Wikinut Author of the day!

RathnashikamaniStarred Page By Rathnashikamani, 18th Dec 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Chief Nut is the Wikinut Author of the day! He has written 79 pages on Wikinut so far. His 79th page was published on 26th Jul 2010. I've been waiting to see new articles by Chief Nut, but I'm disappointed not to hear from him as he has not posted any more pages afterwards.

Dear Chief Nut!

Dear Chief Nut,

Namaste!

Congratulations! You're the Wikinut Author of the day! It's my privilege to compliment you on this occasion.

I've been congratulating many Wikinut authors who are being featured as the Author of the day.

Now it's your turn and Wikinut has featured you as the Wikinut Author of the day! And I want to congratulate you for that! But to my dismay I cannot post comments on most of your pages.

I know the reason. If you allow comments on all of your pages, there would be thousands of comments on them.

Have you read my complimenting message that I posted on one of your pages, viz, Get paid to write?

Then, how could I say "Congatulations!" to you? There's no other way than writing a page like this to compliment you on this occasion! If you could have given us your email ID, we would have sent you some messages to this effect! But you want to keep yourself aloof, why? Is it because of you're afraid of the numerous mails you would receive from the authors and readers?

Of course, keeping yourself aloof from us appears to be appropriate. If only you could tell us your email ID, we would write to you and you won't find time to read all those mails!

Let it be so.

Then why have you stopped writing after the last page that you published on 26th Jul 2010.

Your pages are special to us as they provide wonderful tips and suggestions to the Wikinut authors. Please write more for me.

I want to hear from you. Will you please write a response to this open letter?

Can't wait to see your reply.

Regards,

Rathnashikamani

A note to the readers who can be writers at Wikinut

Dear readers,

You can become a writer at Wikinut, a place to share your thoughts by writing simple pages of at least 300 words.

Hone your skills by reading the various Wikinut help pages and then you will be able to write many Star pages.

Here is a page that you don't want to miss:
How to Just Write What You Want to Write Without any Fear!

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats to the Chief on being Writer of the Day.
I think I remember hearing what is keeping the Chief so busy, but hopefully he will show up and share his news himself!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Thank you Mark, for all the support you extend to the Wikinut authors.

A merry Christmas to you and your family and friends.

~Rathna

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author avatar Mikey.
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats to to chiefnut,
well done regards Mikey.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Thank you Mikey,

A merry Christmas to you and your family and friends.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Yes, congratulations are in order here. CONGRATULATIONS, Andy.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Thank you Jerry Walch,
A merry Christmas to you.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Chief nut - KUDOS!

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author avatar Retired
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats!

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author avatar Delicia Powers
18th Dec 2011 (#)

thanks Rathnashikamani, well done...

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author avatar Sheila Newton
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Yes! More, more, more, we say! Congrats on the star page, my friend.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
18th Dec 2011 (#)

Well done Andy, it's a rare achievement.

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author avatar Neha Dwivedi
19th Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats ....

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Steve, savaswriter, Tranquilpen, geeta arora, Sheila Newton and Delicia Powers,

Thank you all.
Wish you a merry Christmas!

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author avatar Buzz
19th Dec 2011 (#)

Whoa, did I get that right? Andy's the name of our Chief Nut. Congratulations, sir! Hope to hear from you.

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author avatar ittech
19th Dec 2011 (#)

I like it!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Hi friends, Buzz and ittech,

A great and merry Christmas to you!

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author avatar Denise O
19th Dec 2011 (#)

I kind of like the mysterious man behind the curtain, kind of thing. As in, wikinut has their own Oz.
Nahhhh, I am curious and I want to know more and see more of the Chief nut. Just imagine the chief of all of us crazy wikinutters...
He has to be a trip!
I am with ya my friend, what is up, come on out! LOL
Love the read my friend. Congrats on the star page, it is well deserved. As always, thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Hi my dear friend Denise,

I'm delighted to see your new pages.

Wishing you a merry Christmas

~Rathna

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
22nd Dec 2011 (#)

So the Chief Nut's name is Andy. Well, who is Mark Gordon? I need to know who is who because I am not sure who I am.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Thank you my friend, Ivyevelyn.
Mark Gordon Brown and Johnyydod are the senior moderators who're the best friends of the Wikinut authors.

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author avatar Chief Nut
22nd Dec 2011 (#)

Hey Rathnashikamani,

Thanks for the lovely comments - glad to see you looking after our featured authors so well!

I'll try to answer some of your questions, firstly the one about comments on my pages. Basically, we use the same standard Wikinut editing system to write all the help pages for the site. Makes complete sense, as it's a great content system and does the job perfectly. But we want to ensure that all the help pages are 100% correct and accurate, and so put a lot of effort into getting them just so. So we decided to disable commenting to prevent any rogue info getting published that could confuse authors.

On the other point about new pages, it's really down to the fact that so many great pages are getting published on so many topics - many of them tips and guides for authors - that my role became almost redundant! But it's very flattering that you're asking for more, so watch this space...

Thanks, and Merry Christmas to all,

Chief Chest-nuts-roasting-on-an-open-fire

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Hi dear Chief Nut,

Thank you for the reply. I agree with you. There are many help pages by the Wikinut authors and I enjoy reading them to improve myself.

A merry Christmas to you too.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
22nd Dec 2011 (#)

Super great to hear from you Chief Nut!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Oh, that was really nice of you Mark, you've been kind to track this page for the Chief Nut's response.

Yea, it's super great that Chief Nut read this page.

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author avatar Clarence Schreiber
22nd Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats to the Chief Nut!!!!!! I hope that you will more articles to share with us.

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author avatar Clarence Schreiber
22nd Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats to Rathnashikamani for his star page.

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author avatar Retired
23rd Dec 2011 (#)

Congrats to both Rathnashikamaniji and Chief nut as well--nice to have a name for you, Andy! :-)

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author avatar hexebella
24th Dec 2011 (#)

Well done Rathnashikamani!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
25th Dec 2011 (#)

Clarence Schreiber, rama devi nina and hexebella,

Thank you everybody,

Namaste!
Christmas wishes to you all.

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author avatar Songbird B
7th Jan 2012 (#)

What a great page, Rathna, and I was so surprised to see the Chief nut's response! All very tongue in cheek..lol..May 2012 smile kindly on you my dear friend..

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author avatar bronnamdi
14th Jan 2012 (#)

Thanks Rathnashikamani for bringing out the 'big masquerade' to dance in the town hall.

Thanks Chief nut for commenting on this article.

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author avatar PSRemeshChandra
16th Jan 2012 (#)


In a very famous Japanese revolutionary novel there is one Kut Sugengo whose speeches on different parts of the country happens at the same time, the best novels, dramas, cartoons and poems are written by him and the movement is led by him. Who he is remains a mystery and an enigma. No one has ever seen him. One young girl who is now a part of the movement one day saw someone prepare a fine poster and just sign it as Kut Sugengo. So it was so, there was no such person and there was no such movement. It was an image carefully cultivated through years. That is how the movement created a leader who was invincible and immortal. But here we now know that there indeed is a person, thanks to our Rathnashikamani. Eagles build there homes in the deepest and densest part of the forests, in the highest trees, unreachable to all. Let it remain so, please.

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
1st Sep 2013 (#)

Years later, I find this wonderful piece of yours! How prolific you are, answering questions I had wondered, but been unwilling to voice aloud. Great job!

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