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One of the things cool about this type of site is it seems to capture the most common requirements of people learning a topic. Has there ever been an attempt to make "best of" compilations for a particular area? Or is this accomplished by just looking at the most active, highest-scoring questions?

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I don't know about a "best of," but a user who goes by the name polygenelubricants is trying to write some comprehensive reference articles. – Pops Oct 16 '10 at 21:16
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Tag FAQs pretty-much do this. Viewing a tag and clicking the faq link will show the most linked-to questions in that tag.

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that's exactly what I was hoping to find out... thanks for the tip! – Aaron Anodide Oct 16 '10 at 22:13

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