I hate touching the mouse, is there a way to navigate through Stack Overflow questions without doing so? I'm thinking something akin to Google's search results (not sure how long this has been a feature of theirs). Once your at the google homepage, you can type your query then navigate the results using up/down arrow to select which result, then hit enter to go to that link. Something like that would be cool, IMO.
I've done some work on the userscript I promised in a comment on this question.
It still needs a bit of polish (especially the help dialog), but it is functional, and I'd love to get some feedback. You can access the list of commands via the help command:
Till this feature is not implemented, you can try mouseless plugins, for example I can suggest Vimium for Chrome. It will bind alternative key combination to each site link.
... navigate the results using up/down arrow to select which result, then hit enter to go to that link. Something like that would be cool, IMO.
My answer is not related to StackOverflow, but anyway.
Today I released my personal mouse emulator where, in most cases, the user can navigate up/down over text lines, links, icons, whatever, with a single key press.
If you're a Windows user, check it out https://github.com/ndandoulakis/SlickCursor
Sample image of navigable areas detected by the app
You can use VimFx for firefox. This is a awesome tool who doesn't like using mouse and who wants to make browsing fast.