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Friday, October 13, 2006

Integrate Google Reader into Gmail

If Google Reader is your preferred feedreader of choice, then this Greasemonkey script to integrate it into Gmail will be very useful. It creates a Feed link in the left pane that you can click on to read new posts. Since Google Reader and Gmail have a very similar interface, it fits in naturally.

It looks like the person who coded this is also working on the Google Reader project. Very neat that someone on the inside is tweaking things unofficially to improve user experience.

My own personal favorite feedreader is Spotback's News Snacks, which displays the newest 10 headlines of each of the feeds you've subscribed to. It's a little reminiscent of Popurls' design.

(via CyberNet News)


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