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Filtering "hot" questions
Can you filter out certain SE sites from the hot questions list?

I really like the widget on the top left - the drop-down that lets you know what's happening on the rest of the network.

However, is it possible to block certain sites from showing up in the results?

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marked as duplicate by badp, Lorem Ipsum, dmckee, Michael Petrotta, Rick Sladkey Sep 5 '11 at 19:52

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Total dupe. I did search and couldn't find owt. Thanks for highlighting - am reading it now. – Iain Holder Sep 5 '11 at 19:48
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The widget has a (or rather several) name(s). – dmckee Sep 5 '11 at 19:49
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The feature request for this was :

Please note that the intent here is to explicitly expose you to the most interesting questions from across the network, whether you have accounts on those sites or not.

edit: at the time I wrote the above, we did not have German, Japanese, or Judaism -- I am more sympathetic to the "this isn't even in a language I can read!" argument.

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That's a shame. I don't want to see questions from christianity.stack or english.stack. As a native English speaking rationalist/atheist, these sites have nothing to offer me and I find their presence in my list irritating. – Iain Holder Sep 5 '11 at 19:47
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@JeremyBanks Don't quote just half of Jeff's answer. Clearly, in his edit he was more sympathetic to the request. – Lorem Ipsum Sep 5 '11 at 19:48
    
@yoda: He was, but only with respect to content in different languages. – Jeremy Banks Sep 5 '11 at 19:49
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@JeremyBanks Judaism is not a language. Christianity is now the new "I don't want to see X". – Lorem Ipsum Sep 5 '11 at 19:51
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Out of curiosity, @Iain, why do you find their presence irritating? Is is because those slots could be filled with content more of interest to you, and you feel the opportunity cost? – Michael Petrotta Sep 5 '11 at 19:51
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@yoda: There are several posts on Judaism whose titles are mostly in Hebrew. I interpreted his comment as referring to that. – Jeremy Banks Sep 5 '11 at 19:53
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@Michael Becuse those sites have nothing to offer me. If I see a question discussing something from the bible as if it was fact, I can't help but feel distracted and a little annoyed. – Iain Holder Sep 5 '11 at 19:55

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