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I just wondering how my questions got answered so quickly? How you guys watching new questions on StackOverflow? Does StackOverflow has some sort of desktop widgets which can auto-push question to you?

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Pressing F5 a lot. Think this will be migrated to Meta soon. – Pindatjuh Apr 4 '10 at 18:20

There is an RSS feed, but mostly I just use the browser's refresh button.

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Click many times until an interesting question appears.

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Absolutely not - that takes you to the home page which doesn't have the most appropriate sort order. You click on "Questions" a lot, having previously clicked on the "Newest" tab. – Jon Skeet Apr 4 '10 at 19:04
@Jon: Sometimes I click Unanswered too, but Questions never give me better results than the front page or Unanswered. – kennytm Apr 4 '10 at 20:09
That depends on your meaning of "better". If you're trying to watch for new questions (as per the question here) then using "Questions" certainly does give you better results. – Jon Skeet Apr 5 '10 at 7:09

You just go to the main page, find a question that interests you, answer it, go back to the main page (by now there will be new questions on the main page), repeat.

or you can follow tags, which have an RSS feed.

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