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How would I navigate to those?

The usual way is to scroll to the very bottom of Newest Nodes, where you see:
"Or maybe you want to see Recently Updated Home Nodes".

Monks Last Here appears to be an "orphan", so I probably shouldn't have mentioned it. ;-)

use keywords. Both the Keyword Nodelet and Keyword Search are disabled for Anonymous Monk.
I didn't include that because it is in my "too many settings to mention for a summary" clause :)

Well, it's true that AnonyMonk can't ever see the Keyword Nodelet because he can't enable it in Nodelet Settings; but access to Keyword Search is not controlled by settings, so I don't think it falls under that clause. (Also, fwiw, it's possible — for sufficiently savvy AnonyMonks — to POST just like the form found in the Keyword Nodelet even without the nodelet itself; so to protect against this potential avenue for abuse, Anonymous Monk is also forbidden in the form handler code. This also falls outside Settings control, strictly speaking. In a nutshell: There's more to Keywords than just enabling the nodelet.)

What is the sound of Windows? Is it not the sound of a wall upon which people have smashed their heads... all the way through?

In reply to Re^3: Restrictions of the Anonymous Monk by jdporter
in thread Restrictions of the Anonymous Monk by toolic

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