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Browse hottest questions of previous months or previous weeks

I very much enjoy reading the top 20 hottest questions from the continuously compiled list kept here. Perhaps a little too much, as I'm getting very sad whenever I don't log in for a few days , read all the current hot questions, and realize there was an entire half-week of hotness that I may never see. Is there any way to access hot questions lists from the past? Even a list of questions that passed a specific hotness at any point would be fine; I'm just looking for a way to satisfy my SE addiction... :)

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marked as duplicate by Toon Krijthe, Al E., kiamlaluno, jonsca, Pops Sep 20 '12 at 14:12

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Sounds like you might benefit from subscribing to The Stack Exchange Weekly Newsletters!

They contain a choice selection of Hot questions from the past week, some greatest hits, and even a few unanswered questions that might be worth a look.

Of course, you do have to pick a site. I wonder if a network-wide newsletter would interest anyone...

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If it were network-wide, the questions would have to be really really hot. But it could be a way of discovering new sites. – Benjol Sep 19 '12 at 6:18

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