Ani
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100 consecutive days, but no "Fanatic" badge?
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If it says "visited XXX days, 100 consecutive" on your profile, I'm pretty sure the badge should be on it's way pretty soon. Give it time; don't feel distraught just yet!

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Why answers are not in order today?
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Just above the list of answers for any post, you will see the tabs 'active', 'oldest' and 'votes', which represent your desired ordering of answers. Click on the one that says 'votes'. I would ...

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questions about development tools
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The FAQ says (emphasis mine): We feel the best Stack Overflow questions have a bit of source code in them, but if your question generally covers ... a specific programming problem ...

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Sportsmanship vs Disciplined/Peer Pressure
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If a user is more concerned about earning badges / rep than adding value through their posts, they are unlikely to want to delete a post with 3 or more upvotes (that they would otherwise consider ...

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See Stack Overflow profile status from meta
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Click on the 'accounts' tab on the right-edge of the user's profile page. You'll see all of the accounts on other Stack Exchange sites (including SO) that the user has associated this account with. ...

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How do I view only answered featured questions on SO?
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Ok, I've just written up a query on data-explorer that does this. Answers awarded bounties by tag (E.g. Java)

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What does it mean when 'close(1)' appears in your question instead of just 'close'?
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It means that one close vote has already been cast on that question.

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How to get notification when a question using a specific tag is asked?
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I would suggest you add StackGuru to your favourite Jabber / XMPP client (e.g. Google Talk). You can use it to 'follow' specific tags (such as WCF), which would give you near real-time IM ...

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