Is google reader only good for people who follow many blogs?
I want to know if it will be useful for me, what I do is I just check my email, use facebook, go on youtube. Basic stuff. I do some extra searching, looking up stuff and all that. I dont check blogs everyday or anything. so is google reader gonna be useful for me?
I think thats completely ok. Lke you can not over eat for a mild hunger. so you are surfing according to your need, whats wrong with this.. go ahead, enjoy!
How do I sync my google reader likes with buzz?
Google reader and buzz both have like buttons but they don’t seem to interact by default. I’d like my likes on reader to show up in my buzz feed.
Linking it with buzz is one of numerous simple things that google reader can’t do. Google reader is very limited and only updates every few hours for feeds that not many folks are following. It is not very customizable at all. All that I can say is “I’m sorry.” Google is usually coming out with great stuff but not this time. I would try another rss reader unless you like one size fits all.
What does a network admin see when you use Google Reader?
I roll through a lot of my blogs via Google Reader at work. Most of what I look at is related to my work, some of it isn’t. If my network guys took an interest in me, what would they see? A lot of time in Google Reader, or every blog that Google Reader is set to tap? If they can see everything, is there a way to prevent that? Short of setting up a proxy server (though not ruled out as an option)… Thanks!
It really depends on the level of experience of the Network Admin. In my day to day “job”, as a network admin I make sure things like viruses , and unthorized software is not a problem on our network by constant re-imaging every pc in the building about every 10 days . I have a ghost image created for our network ( all the PC’s are the same) and push the image over the server . Poof, all the PC’s are reformatted!
Is there a way to sort Google Reader articles ascending in time, rather than descending?
As it is, Google Reader shows the newest articles first. Is there a way to show the earliest articles first? So that as I scroll down, it becomes newer and newer? I hate reading the newest news first, and then getting to the end of a 500 unread count to be updated late.
You should be able to sort them by clicking on “view settings”, then “sort by oldest”. The “view settings” button is right above your reading list.
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