Google feeds you news
Is the web still not satisfying your news junkie habit fast enough? Then check out Google Reader, the search giants' entry to the RSS feed reader market. The reader saves you precious minutes visiting individual web sites by collecting and displaying updates on a web page. You can then star and label items on your reading list for a lunch-time read, topped of course by stuffmag.co.uk's RSS feed, which can be found here. While other readers, like NewsGator, use e-mail via programs like Microsoft Outlook to update you, the Google Reader collates information on a single web page. It'll also face competition from other established services like SharpReader and Bloglines. To have a tour of Google Reader and set it up, go here.