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A couple of weeks ago, I created a very simple Stack Overflow iGoogle Gadget. If anyone's interested, here's the URL for adding it: click

Comments are welcome.

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closed as too localized by Pops, Al E., animuson, Toon Krijthe, jonsca Oct 8 '12 at 6:32

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Now that iGoogle is on its way out, this is not only off-topic, but also too localized. – Pops Oct 8 '12 at 3:30
@PopularDemand Sure, but couldn't know that ~3 years ago :) – Juri Oct 8 '12 at 5:38
Not blaming you, just explaining my vote for those who followed me. – Pops Oct 8 '12 at 6:35

I added it and put in my UserName but it got stuck on "Loading..."

I was also kind of wondering why there wasn't any sort of authentication going on. If I wanted to, I could have my very own Jon Skeet stalker rep-stalker gadget on my page. Overall I don't think this is major.

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"stock" should be "stuck," I'm assuming :) – Sampson Jul 9 '09 at 11:23
Looks like you need to use your #, not your name. – GEOCHET Jul 9 '09 at 11:25
That works Rich – TheTXI Jul 9 '09 at 11:46
Yes you have to use your name, and yes, you could have your own Jon Skeet rep-gadget on your page, if you like so :) I don't think this would bring you that much value ;) but anyway – Juri Jul 9 '09 at 16:44

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