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I have asked some questions which is private for me so I never want to give my username to my co-workers. Is there a solution for this? At least can I make them invisible from my profile?

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I don't understand why you don't simply withhold your username from your co-workers in the first place. There's no technical involvement needed, that way. Also why you're posting things to the Internet that you consider "private"; there's an inherent contradiction there. – Pops Feb 11 '11 at 15:45
I have no rights to ask private questions on here or anywhere on internet ? – Freshblood Feb 11 '11 at 19:41

You can't.

All questions are publicly linked to your profile.

You could post them as an unregistered (and hence anonymous) user, but remember to keep bookmarks to the questions so you can find them later. However, this could be construed as sock-puppetry.

I'm not advocating that you do that and if you do decide to go that route, don't engage in any voting with this new account and don't vote up it's questions with your registered account.

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This is quite sad for me that i have to pass new account just for this problem :(. – Freshblood Feb 5 '11 at 20:49
Once something is posted to the web it's forever. – Al E. Feb 5 '11 at 23:00
It seems more sad to me that your coworkers apparently don't understand you don't know everything, @Freshblood. – Arjan Feb 11 '11 at 12:59
@Arjan - Problem is not about hiding my technical knowledge from anyone. Think that you are asking a questions about problems which you encounter in current job or about previous bad job experiences.That's what i want to disassociate it from my account. – Freshblood Feb 11 '11 at 19:39

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