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Would be very handy if I could search for questions and answers by a particular user. Especially my own user. So that I could more easily find questions I have asked a long time ago.

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Already possible via the search keyword, which will do exactly what you're requesting

user:<userid> 
user:39321

A list of all the functionality is available here.

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+1 Same answer. Damn I edit and read way to slow. – BinaryMisfit Aug 6 '09 at 11:45
    
Perfect =) – Svish Aug 6 '09 at 11:51
    
And for your own: user:me – Arjan Jan 14 '10 at 15:37

This is already possible. See the FAQ here

Expansion:

You can search for a specific user by using the keyword user and the user id.

user:[userid]
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