Google Reader lets you subscribe to ANY webpage

RSS technology makes it possible for anyone to keep up with fresh content without having to visit the site in question. Now the same holds for webpages without RSS thanks to a new Google Reader feature.

Google has rolled out a subtle change to Google Reader that lets you create custom feeds to track pages that don’t already have them. So you can subscribe to updates for any webpage simply by typing the URL into the “Add a subscription” text box.

Excerpt from Mashable.

Innovate or you die. Google should become role model on innovation for any corporate in the world. It looks like innovation is Google’s mission for a better internet.

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