Published on October 7, 2005 By Island Dog In Google
"The program, called Google Reader, aggregates news and updates from selected sites. It lets users subscribe to material from the sites and create a reading list that they can sort and organize. Users can post news items to their blogs or send them to friends via e-mail directly through the Reader site, Google said.

"The amount of information on the Web is rapidly increasing," Google said on a frequently asked questions page about the product. "Google Reader helps you keep up with it all by organizing and managing all the content you're interested in. Instead of continuously checking your favorite sites for updates, you can let Google Reader do it for you."


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on Oct 07, 2005
Sounds a bit like this new browser:
Flock, the New Browser on the Block http://www.businessweek.com/print/technology/content/oct2005/tc2005105_2789_tc024.htm?chan=tc
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