Google Reader's "Next Unread Blog" Feature

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Add a bookmark that will take you to your next unread article in your Google reader.

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That was a neat illustration

spraveenitpro's picture

That was a neat illustration , can u explain how you made it..just thought it was cool.

Another google timewaster to

Anonymous's picture

Another google timewaster to read a load of bulls... + advertisements.

NOTE: If you subscribe to too many blogs

Shawn Powers's picture

Just a note, one other great feature is that you can label "important" blogs in Google Reader, and have a separate "NEXT" button for just that subset of your feeds.

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

Okay, that's just cool

candyb's picture

It's like a Stumble! button for my blogs. Awesomeness. And I was able to migrate it over from Bloglines in like 2 minutes, super easy.

The only thing I DON'T like is that while there IS a subscribe button I can put up there, I can't seem to find an unsubscribe button.

Candy Beauchamp

Yeah...

Shawn Powers's picture

Unfortunately you have to go into Google Reader to unsubscribe to blogs.

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

Thanks!

JohnLowe4's picture

Hey Shawn, that was a great tip. I haven't got around to using Google Reader (my GF does) and maybe now I will.

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