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Flag it for moderator attention and we will delete it.
answered Oct 14 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Isn't this what the Not a Real Question close reason was invented for?
answered Aug 29 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Bounty is non-refundable, and the bounty is extracted permanently from your rep at the start of a bounty period. You can answer and accept your own answer but no bounty will be awarded, and standard …
answered Feb 10 '10 by Jeff Atwood
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://blog.stackoverflow.com/2008/09/podcast-22/ Not to knock MeFi at all, but SO, being a dedicated programming community, should do far better on prgramming questions -- and I'd be seriously concerned if it didn't. …
answered Oct 8 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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I suggest browsing the tags list and looking for less popular tags that you have a good breadth of knowledge in. When browsing by tag, use the Related Tags sidebar on the right to narrow. Clicking mul …
answered Dec 21 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Note that this screenshot and post is already out of date. See related discussions about tags and titles at: How do I write a good title? When should we remove pseudo-tags from a title? Please not …
answered Dec 13 '10 by Jeff Atwood
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http://www.google.com/search?q=free+image+hosting I've used ImageShack and ImgUr before without incident, though I think ImageShack may be blocked by some corporate firewalls. or, we now support int …
answered Oct 18 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Sponsored tags have no special logic attached to them.
answered Jan 2 '10 by Jeff Atwood
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You can just use the moderator flag for this -- there's a place where you enter the reason.
answered Jul 7 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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tweaked the community bumping so that it favors unanswered questions with lots of views. Right now it takes the top 100 unanswered questions with no recent activity by views, then picks randomly from …
answered Jul 25 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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You can flag the question for moderator attention if you really want it deleted, and a moderator can do it for you.
answered Dec 2 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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That is so not an algorithm question. And if you think it is, you're wrong.
answered Oct 18 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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You're surprised that the software is structuring how people behave? That people wrap their behavior around what the software allows and encourages rather than the other way around? While I agree tha …
answered Oct 12 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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I can't think of any way to do this that doesn't interfere with normal answering. That makes the cost too high for the small benefit, IMO anyway.
answered Sep 1 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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As mmyers noted in his comment, what is shown here is specific to the sort order you've specified. Choose "newest", you get the original author. Choose "recent", you get the last person to modify it …
answered Mar 2 '10 by Jeff Atwood

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