Google Reader stopped supporting this feature in June 2010. Play presented a slideshow interface which displayed popular items one at a time.These items were drawn from assorted sites' feeds, and their appearance in Play was based on the data provided by Reader users' responses, e.g. Unlike Google Reader, a Google Account was not required to access Play.Reader's interface evolved several times from an early version, described by a Google designer who helped work on the revision as a "river" of news, In late 2008, Google Reader had a significant upgrade to its user experience and design.
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In December 2007, Google changed the sharing policy so that items the user marked as shared were automatically visible to their Google Talk contacts.
Users criticized this change because it effectively dismantled existing social networks that used these features and disabled sharing and publishing functions that served as a communications medium for Iranians seeking news sources that couldn't be blocked by the government.
From 2007 to 2011, items in Google Reader could be shared with other Web users.
Previously this was done by sending a link through e-mail, directing the user to the shared article; or by creating a basic webpage that includes all shared items from a user's account.
After working at Google he began a similar project with a small team that launched an improved product on October 7, 2005, as Google Reader.
In September 2006 Google announced a redesign for Reader that included new features such as unread counts, the ability to "mark all as read", a new folder-based navigation, and an expanded view so people could quickly scan over several items at once.
Google closed Google Reader on July 1, 2013, citing declining use.
In early 2001, software engineer Chris Wetherell began a project he called "Java Collect" that served as a news portal based on web feeds.
The system brings transparency for employees as well as business partners or customers to provide information on unlawful behavior, and has been set up to deal with reports of serious regulatory violations.