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Experiencing Google Reader

Experiencing Google Reader

I have many favorite URLs, which include much rich content. As following the increase of it, a big problem appears, that is how to manage them. I remember I was placing them in the Favorites folder. But if the number is more than 20, you feel it is hard to manage, read and categorize them. It is a bad solution. Google provides a solution for it. And I am experiencing on it. Google provides 2 services: Personalize Your Home Page, and Google Reader. In my opinion, these 2 services support the same functions and features. Comparing to them, I prefer to the latter, Google Reader. Why? You can add your favorite links into it, and can also browse them through the whole world, for example, if you are in office, at home, or you have a tour in Hong Kong, USA ,Canada, even Himalayas one day, where it is required only that the internet service is available. You can subscribe them with Google Reader, then get the lasted update for these links. If you have read the article, the link becomes gray. When you sign into it, and find them, you know which items you have read. It is amazing. This service is under beta, I don’t know when the stable version will be release. I found many ugly functions so far. It is hard to use. For example, If you want to add a new label, the entry to it is not provided directly for you, you can do it when you subscribe the feeds only. My god. For other one, if you change the label of one subscription, you need to input the label other than to choose entry. if you don’t input the label correctly, the new label will be created, but this label created newly is not expected for you! The restricted is that the subscribed URLs must contain the feed. Oops…. It means you can’t subscribe all. So pity! However, it is a good service. The service of Personalize Your Home Page is like it. Experiencing….

张太国

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