Subscribing to questions and comments that don't belong to you
I know this has been brought up before. I firmly believe there is a difference between a "Favorite" question (the little star) and a "Watch" (maybe some binoculars).
Today I was reading a jquery question that dealt with fading in and out and how document load works, etc etc. I started to answer it AND I even commented on it.. 2 minutes later I went back to the question and re-read it...Shoot I thought I misread the question so I deleted my comment AND I deleted my answer..
This question I do not consider a "Favorite" but I would consider it something interesting... I can't "Watch" this question...and no @Jeff Atwood, I do not want to temporarily add it to my favorites and then remove it, to me it is not a favorite.
Now I wanted to go back and see whatever ended up with this question. For the life of me I can't find it because 1) I deleted my comment and 2) I deleted the actual answer to my question. Hence, now I cannot find it because there are probably 500,000 jquery questions.
Can we please add a feature "Watch" kind of like http://www.quora.com/. I love that site because it has a watch feature. Stackoverflow developers / admins, please do not just close my question without an answer of why you think a watch is the same as a favorite.