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For example this links works for me[accessibility]

But I want to send a link to friend who doesn't have SO account.

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Me refers to the currently logged in user. When I follow your link, I see my posts in the tag rather than yours. So, if you wish your friend to see your posts, replace the "me" with your user ID:

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thanks man. but same technique not working with this site – Jitendra Jan 5 '11 at 10:36
@Jitendra: It appears that that site doesn't implement the "user:ID" search option (and probably a few others — when I enter an empty string in the search field, it does not take me to the "advanced search options" page, as it would on SE 2.0 sites). I'm afraid you'll have to go with Google: – ЯegDwight Jan 5 '11 at 10:48
Is there idea to get search with one specfic tag only – Jitendra Jan 5 '11 at 11:05
@Jitendra: actually, yes — thanks to the fact that at the bottom of every question there are the words "Browse other questions tagged tag1, tag2, tag3 ". So, you can limit the Google search to questions tagged "accessibility" by adding the string '"tagged accessibility" OR "tagged *** accessibility"' to your query, like so:… – ЯegDwight Jan 5 '11 at 11:19

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