Bye bye, Google Reader

As hardcore Google Reader aficionados, Dottie and I have been mourning their pending loss since it was announced. And it’s almost here: As of tomorrow, GR will be no more. But! You can still follow LGRAB by RSS. I’ve already switched over to Feedly and am pretty happy with it—cloud-based, with IFTTT integration. I just wish they made it easier to email posts. Anyway. If you’ve switched to another reader and weren’t able to import our RSS feed, here they are:

Follow LGRAB on Bloglovin’

Follow LGRAB on Feedly

Our Feedburner feed, which leads to subscription options in other readers—at least, until Google decides to retire that, too.

And hey, if you want to subscribe to our posts by email, click here. It goes without saying, but your address will NEVER be sold or otherwise shared with third parties.

5 thoughts on “Bye bye, Google Reader

  1. meligrosa says:

    calitexican +i have been feeling exactly like that first sentence(!!) super hardcore.. tehheee =)
    enjoy the weekend ladies xxom

  2. Dottie says:

    So sad. I have not tried Feedly yet. Bloglovin’ is not my style.

  3. Fred Smith says:

    I moved everything across on to!/read/following/

    It will only really appeal to people who have a wordpress account anyway, but I like the way it gives a short snippet of the post. I follow a few newspaper feeds and it saves time skipping stuff I’m not interested in. Obviously I read every post of LGRAB :-)

  4. surlycue says:

    Check out Old Reader! It’s great. Looks just like, well, the old Reader and has the social network sharing option that the old Reader had a few years ago before Plus went and ruined everything.

    If you start using it, follow me so I can get a peek into your daily finds.


  5. Randy says:

    I switched to Feedly a while back. It’s ok once I got it figured out and set up.

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