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The "My Posts" feature is on the My LQ navigation.
Funny. I still can't see it. All i see is the subscribed threads. That was going to be my suggestion as well anyway. I always have to go to search>advanced>search by username>themanwhowas. A little long winded for me.
On another note, after going to the tutorial section and selecting a sub heading, networking for example, it's a bit of a free for all. Alphabetical order would be ok if there was some consistency to the titles of the tutorials. I suppose if you are looking for something specific you can use the search feature but if you're just browsing it's a bit of a mess.
The "My Posts" link works fine for me. Can you post a link to a screenshot to show us what you're seeing or not seeing. Jeremy is also working on some changes to the articles and tutorials section that may address that.
Incidentally, looking at the bottom of the page, I see the following:
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LinuxQuestions.org Turns Seven jeremy Linux - News 148 20th Dec 2007 15:29
LinuxQuestions.org Turns Six jeremy Linux - News 76 30th Jul 2006 22:32
LinuxQuestions.org Turns Four jeremy LQ Suggestions & Feedback 15 21st Jul 2004 17:32
LinuxQuestions.org turns three! jeremy LQ Suggestions & Feedback 20 2nd Jul 2003 13:24
LinuxQuestions.org turns 2 jeremy LQ Suggestions & Feedback 27 13th Jul 2002 14:49