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(First of all, let me mention that I did not upvote the questions mentioned.) Two of the questions you mentioned were from new users (those with 1 reputation and asking a question for the first time in MathOverflow). As you probably know, StackExchange currently has Winter Bash 2014. There is a secret hat called Warm Welcome (https://meta.stackexchange....


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As I understand it, one destination has an Ethereal API to the Stack Exchange databases. Unfortunately one only has assembly language to write the routines to use it, and no linker: you have to compute your own entry points. Also, none of the keyboards work properly and you have to keep adjusting the display out of character mode. Another destination has ...


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There is daily reputation limit of 200 reputation points - meaning that it is not possible to get more than 200 reputation points in a single day from upvotes. (It is still possible to get more reputation points from accepted answers and bounties.) In this specific case, you got to 195 reputation points (some upvotes on questions worth 5 points, some ...


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I think the religion of copyism, which holds that information is sacred and must be preserved, is the one you should look into. The information as to who voted for what is certainly something you get in copyist heaven.


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