Sunday, 30 October 2005

Google Reader: improvements






For those who've not yet noticed, while my previous Google Reader post mentioned some glaring flaws in Google Reader (the beta online news reader service from Google), at least Google have been improving the product. As one would hope, of course.

There is now an official Google Reader blog with some useful posts e.g. summarising the recent changes so I won't repeat them here. But with the improvements and Greasemonkey scripts for Google Reader, also helpfully linked to from the Google Reader blog, plus tools for Google Reader, it's on its way.

For those who don't know: on what Greasemonkey is and how to use it



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