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I have been spending some time in Stack Overflow and enjoy researching and answering questions rather than updating my Windows live blog regularly. I heard Joel Spolsky somewhere that you can think of each of your contributions in Stack Overflow as a blog post if you don't have a blog.

Well, is it possible to have links of the questions I asked and the questions I answered in Stack Overflow in my Windows live site? Or is there any alternative? I already have the Stack Overflow flair in my Windows Live site (which I have to manually update :-( ) and Facebook profile.

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Here's your feed. Integrating that into a blog is left as an exercise for the reader...

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+1, Thank you for the quick response. I realized It was "Feed" I was asking for. The question should have been shorter. :-) – Ashish Gupta Jun 19 '10 at 6:32

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