reading roots

Okay, in case I wasn’t clear the first time around, I love google.  A lot.  Google’s “app,” the google reader, is a big part of that.

I follow an inordinate amount of blogs; many more than I realized.  This is probably because I rarely follow them all individually or visit their websites.  Google reader allows me to see all the posts from today (if I’m checking daily) or saves all my unread posts for me until I can swing onto reader and catch up.  Currently, my reader has 32 unread posts.  This means that I have not had much time for general Internet fun recently.  I’m looking forward to the end of summer, settling in, and catching up soon!

I usually check my google reader on my “igoogle” page.  This is my google “homepage” and it displays my gmail, reader, and a few other apps.  I love it and am excited for something similar to make it’s way to the educational side of google.  I’m not sure how I managed it, but my start page for Coemail has my google reader on it : )  Yea!

read on!  ekg

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