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Very busy, yet still want to participate in the Stack Overflow community?

Sometimes, I'd like to only see questions that contain one of my "interesting tags". SO does not appear to have that feature (at this point).

My answer:

I placed the following in a bookmark on my browser:

javascript:$("div.question-summary").not('div.tagged-interesting').hide() && $('a.question-hyperlink').attr('target', '_blank');

It will hide all questions that are not highlighted, and cause the links on the remaining questions to open in a new browser window.

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works wonderfully! thanks for making this! – Kyle Cronin Jun 28 '09 at 3:58
If only jQuery could be used in all bookmarklets. – MiffTheFox Jun 28 '09 at 4:05
Or you could write a Greasemonkey script that greys out all other questions. – musicfreak Jun 28 '09 at 4:13
You can post your answer and mark it as accepted. – Ambo100 Dec 30 '11 at 17:19
I haven't get it to work. How exactly is one supposed to execute the script to make it work? – Konrad Viltersten Nov 3 '12 at 11:19

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