Is there a way (presumably involving developers) to disconnect my BH account from the rest of my network profile? I want to sever the link between my other sites (most notably Mi Yodeya) and this one as part of the "pseudo-anonymizing" process. Note that I need to keep the account (can't just disassociate/delete) because my content is still here and that's the only way I'll be notified of edits. If it's out there, I retain rights to it and intend to monitor it.
Ideally the account would preserve all other data (history, etc) except the connection to the other accounts.
I know that it is no longer possible (as of 2012) for a user to disconnect an account through the UI. (An answer here says "plan ahead", but that answer post-dates the creation of this account.) I'm hoping there is some way -- perhaps by associating a different OpenID identity with this account only -- that I can break the link but preserve the account.
Alternatively (feature request): I said "pseudo-anonymizing" above because it's never possible to completely scrub out an identity. Many users here, and the Wayback Machine, know who I am, and there are still comments @-addressed to my real name. Further, there are inbound links that connect me to this account. Anybody who wants to spend some effort can figure out who I am. That's life. However, disconnecting outbound links from here to my other accounts would hinder the casual surfer who comes here, and that by itself is a major help. So (the feature request) if my account here could hide the links to the rest of the network, if it appeared on looking at my profile that my only account were here, that would address my need.