What you get when you go to Google Reader

Google sends you off to a Google Reader alternatives page

Here's what you get when you visit Google Reader, the apparently not popular enough RSS reader that Google killed off this week. Google directs readers to a list of alternatives, as do we. I personally hopped over to Feedly, with Digg's reader as a backup.

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