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Good Riddance Google Reader

The big news yesterday on the internet was the discontinuation of the Google Reader service as of July 1st. There are a ton of great posts on this topic.  Many people are upset about loosing the web view but the only thing that I initially felt there would be a temporary loss of was the syncing of the RSS feeds.  A few months ago I wrote a post about services I would pay for.  Reader syncing was one of them.  

Why Google did not just leave the sync services and charge users for access seems odd to me. I am glad to see so many people respond with ideas and plans to replace this neglected service.  

  • Great tip from Dave Caolo on how to get your information out of Google here.
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