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Is there way for me to see all the latest questions from all my interesting tags on one site? If not, there should be a way.

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Check this answer:

This is what I do

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/flash+OR+flex+OR+actionscript+OR+actionscript-3

Make a url matching your tags and bookmark it.

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Yeah, that's it. Thank you. –  Lucas Dec 9 '09 at 10:17

Yep. Behold! the glory of REST: you just construct a URL like this:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/[tag 1]+...+[tag n]

For example: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/interesting-tags+tags+support+feature-request This questions appears to have a unique tag set.

EDIT: You can add the OR operator if you:

http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/interesting-tags tags OR support OR feature-request

And if you want to actually be able to read what you're typing you can use space rather than +...

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This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a bunch. –  Lucas Dec 9 '09 at 9:36
    
No, wait, that is not what I wanted. I need an OR-Operation. When I construct: stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/… I only get one result. But I want to see the latest questions in either "c", "matlab" or "python". Is this also possible? –  Lucas Dec 9 '09 at 9:59

Shameful plug: A Greasemonkey script to make browsing interesting tags easier

In particular the "View All Interesting" feature.

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Shameful, really. +1 –  beggs Dec 9 '09 at 14:09
    
@beggs: Edited. –  ベレアー アダム Dec 9 '09 at 14:31

User gahooa created a bookmarket to do this:

javascript:$("div.question-summary").not('div.tagged-interesting').hide()%20&&%20$('a.question-hyperlink').attr('target',%20'_blank');
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