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While I realise if you want to see your own question, you only have to go to your user page and look there, I think it would be handy to have some kind of highlighting of questions you asked on the question lists.

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I love it! -3 and no comments or anything! Fantastic discussion there meta team. Shakes head – Alastair Pitts Aug 9 '10 at 23:57
The suggestion just seems silly. You can't remember the questions you asked?.... and how often do your questions show up on the questions page anyway? ------- Now, dimming questions you've already read.... that'd be great. – Peter Ajtai Sep 18 '10 at 8:21

Why? It distracts from answering the OPs questions. Example scenario:

Oooh I have a question.

Hey while I'm here I might as well answer some other questions.(Scroll down the list of newest questions)

Ooohh hey shinny thing (clicks on it)


Also, you get notifications. And does it really hurt to periodically check?

In addition if you have a question and it has one of your favorite tags you will see it highlighted.

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Maybe a better idea, is to add a feature to mark certain users as interesting or ignored, highlighting their questions just like the tags.

Then you could add yourself to the list.

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