Life after Google Reader is looking good

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On Monday, July 1 Google will shut down one of its most useful services, Google Reader, claiming that not enough people use it any more. Well, I use it, along with millions of others, and the rest of you should have been.

Google Reader is an aggregator — a service that collects the latest items posted at your favorite websites and displays them on a single page. Other aggregators are already here and ready to go.

Two rather good ones, G2Reader and The Old Reader, run inside a Web browser and are best used on PCs or tablets. But the most sophisticated choice is a service called Feedly that’s so good I probably should have been using it all along. For one thing, it’s ultra-accessible.

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