The Internet is all about information, but accessing that information in an orderly manner is difficult. Google Reader lets you access web pages and news feeds using RSS technology. Learn how to use Google Reader to make accessing all of your information faster and easier.This topic contains articles, tips and techniques on using Google Reader to keep up with your webcasts, podcasts, video casts, blogs, news, RSS feeds and other information.
Do you enjoy discovering cool websites and sharing them with others? I'm sure most of you have heard of StumbleUpon, but Google has also jumped on the bandwagon and has been stirring in their labs their latest experiment, Google Reader Play.
Feed junkies and business travelers will truly appreciate the ability to use Google Reader offline. By adding a simple browser extension, you'll be able to read your latest 2,000 feeds without connecting to the internet.
Feedly, a Firefox 3 add-on, integrates with Google Reader to provide you magazine-like viewing of your RSS feeds. Feedly has many extra features that Google Reader doesn't including integration with Twitter and Friendfeed.
Google Reader now has Google Search built in. You can use it similarly to the way you can use Google Search in Gmail. When you need to find an item, new or read, but can't remember the exact title or site that it came from, use Google Search. Here...
If you want to read your feeds from Google Reader on your mobile device, follow this guide for going mobile with Google Reader. Set up is a snap. Reading your feeds on the go will keep you up to date on the most recent items, so you never have thousands...
In Google Reader you can add notes to any item you share. The notes you add will be viewable by all your shared contacts. Learn how to take notes in Google Reader to tell your contacts your take on an item or just why you chose to share it.