Currently, when I browse the newest questions by clicking the next button or the page number, the questions on the page are determined by how far away they are from the newest question. What I mean is that page 1 is the 15 (or 30 or 50) newest questions. Page 2 consists of questions 16 - 30, and so on.
On a site like Meta Stack Overflow, questions are added at a slow rate. When I go to the next page, there might be a question or two at the top of the page that I saw on the previous page.
On a site like Stack Overflow, the next page is the same as the previous page. What I mean is that in the time it takes me to read 15 questions, people have already asked another 15 questions. At this volume, the newest questions browse is nearly useless.
What I'm proposing is that the newest questions browse show me the questions as they were when I started browsing. In other words, when I click on the next button, show me the next 15 questions no matter how many newer questions have been asked.
If there's a preference for calling this browse something else besides newest questions, that works for me. I'd like to be able to browse questions that are 1 - 12 hours old just as easily on a high volume site as a low volume site.
Edited to add the comment that got me thinking about this question.
When I first started on Stack Overflow, I spent a lot of time browsing the newest questions. I learned a lot about other topics besides the ones I knew, and surprisingly, was able to answer questions in many topics I didn't know I had expertise in.
Now, so many questions are posted so fast, that when I go to the next page of newest questions, it's the same page. 15 questions are added as fast as I can read 15 questions, which I suppose is a topic for another meta question.
Now, all I do is look at the newest "tagged" questions. I don't think I'm the only one in this situation.