"There is an option to export your shared and liked items, along with a list of friends and followers, on Google Reader’s settings page, but it comes with a big catch — the export format. There are two options for exporting your old sharing items, a JSON Activity Stream or a custom Google Reader JSON format. Neither format will do you much good. One was made up for Google Reader and the other is not widely used, meaning there isn’t much software out there that can read your exported data. Google likes to pride itself on its data portability, but in this case there’s nowhere to take your data, making Google’s export efforts disingenuous at best."
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- WHERE DID MY MOTHER FUCKING COMMENTS GO GOOGLENov 1, 2011
- In the list of stuff to download in Reader's Settings is "Items with comments"... Not sure what it includes specifically, though... (Nor what in the heck a JSON Activity Stream or custom Google Reader JSON format is...)Nov 1, 2011
- Hate this bullshit so much. However, a temporary fix to see what you've shared: http://www.google.com/reader/shared/YOURUSERNAME -- and no, you can't see comments this way but at least you'll be able to see your past shares in a way that makes sense.Nov 1, 2011
- This sucks donkeys ass, google reader has never been less appealing and slow before this so called update. :o(Nov 1, 2011