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Each of us have our list of favorite tags. When a question has tag(s) that match one or more of ours, the background gets highlighted, drawing our attention to the question.

It would also be nice to highlight (perhaps using a bold font) the tags(s) that matched our own, so one could quickly do a further filtering of the question to see if it is of interest at the present time, like the following:

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e.g. arduino is in my list of favorites, but the other two in each question are not.

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    The real question is "why is arduino on your list of favorites?" ;) Tongue in cheek, in case you took offense -- I'm actually planning a little educational endeavor, and the easiest platform to run it on, for better or worse, is probably arduino. – Scott Seidman Sep 19 '16 at 21:11
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    @ScottSeidman I gotta admit, I sort of looked down on Arduino when it first came out, myself being a "professional" and all, but after several clients came to me over a period of a couple years with prototypes already built using one, I gradually acquired a stable of them and am now a fan. I currently have four, starting with a Uno, then a Mega 2560, and most recently an Arduino 101 using an Intel Curie module (x386 compatible). Being able to run the same code and I/O calls over a range from simple 8-bitters to an x86 platform is a pretty good feat. They are great for prototyping. – tcrosley Sep 19 '16 at 21:17
  • If I can deploy an educational project and not have to support it because the user community provide help faster than I can, that's a win-win for me. We'll see how that works out! – Scott Seidman Sep 19 '16 at 21:23
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Worth to mention that it's already being done in the Jobs sidebar widget:

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