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Google Delivering Porn-Like Message

Written by IT News on 7:46 PM

"I know what you want and I’m going to make sure you’re going to have your chance to get it." Add to this a couple of moans and a whip, and you will have the beginning of a bad porn flick.

It’s actually an update to Google Reader
that winds around the feed subscription opportunities that you might be missing on, because you had no idea that they existed, or because you just lack the time to manually browse the contents of the entire Internet (dramatic approach, don’t shed a tear) for a specific blog, or whatever it is you liked at some particular moment in the past and would like to subscribe to.

Steve Goldberg, of the official Google Reader Blog, says that "To help with the discovery of interesting sites to subscribe to, we just released personalized recommendations in Reader. When you visit our discovery page, you'll see quite a few feeds that we think you may find interesting. 'Interesting' here is determined by what other feeds you subscribe to, as well as your Web History data, all taken into account in an automated, anonymized fashion." I don’t know about you, but the part with the anonymity seems really laughable to me and there’s no particular "biggest database ever to be had" reason for me to say that (winks).

What’s so good about feeds? It is the fact that they help you find out about things that interest you, a lot faster than click-on-link and type-in-site-address. Recommendations are there for you to be able to enrich your subscription list, but what happens if you get over-enthusiastic and just subscribe and subscribe and you forget about yourself, and two days later you’ll be there, mouse in hand, with a blank stare on your face and with two thousand new items in your subscriptions. That’s when the second part of the update comes in handy, the "innovative" drag-and-drop giving you the tool so important for organizing and optimizing your experience.

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