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Jay Rosen : I've been seeing a lot of mournful sentiment lately about what Google Reader used to be http://t.co/83J8zazq and no longer is. cc @davewiner

Ben Smith: Amazing @rbfishman story on how Google dumped its functioning social network — Google Reader — for the now-moribund G+ http://t.co/ryooE07M

Jim Roberts: RT @BuzzFeedBen: Amazing story by @rbfishman: Google's Lost Social Network http://t.co/ryooE07M

southpaw: RT @BuzzFeedBen: Amazing story by @rbfishman: Google's Lost Social Network http://t.co/ryooE07M

Ben Smith: Amazing story by @rbfishman: Google's Lost Social Network http://t.co/ryooE07M

Jack Shafer: RT @davewiner: The sad story of Google Reader. http://t.co/GCPwNd0B

Dave Winer u262e: The sad story of Google Reader. http://t.co/V1zH7FA0

Patrick LaForge: R.I.P., sharebros. RT @rachelsklar: Google's Lost Social Network http://t.co/JrZiOMSn via @fwd by @rbfishman

rachelsklar: Google's Lost Social Network http://t.co/YkTnDVdA via @fwd by @rbfishman

BuzzFeed: How Google accidentally built a truly beloved social network, only to steamroll it with Google+ http://t.co/nNnsLWqR #longreads

Taylor Lorenz: RT @jwherrman How Google squandered its only great social network http://t.co/TS4lo5BW (also, a ton of fascinating tech history in here)

BuzzFeed: Google's Lost Social Network http://t.co/l0rcZSN7 via @fwd

Jamie Mottram: #sharebros RT @mattbuchanan: The definitive piece about Google Reader http://t.co/tfH6WTTi

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