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Using Google Reader and the New Blog Search

Google recently impressed us all with a new way to search blogs.

It features a new homepage for Google Blog Search ,adapting some of the technology pioneered by Google News. Search results now show categories on the left side of the website and organizing the blog posts within those categories into clusters, which are groupings of posts about the same story or event. Grouping them in clusters lets you see the best posts on a story or get a variety of perspectives. When you look within a cluster, you'll find a collection of the most interesting and recent posts on the topic, along with a timeline graph that shows you how the story is gaining momentum in the blogosphere.

They have integrated this search technology to be used with the Google Reader. The Google Reader constantly checks your favorite news sites and blogs for new content. Whether a site updates daily or monthly, Google says you can be sure that you won't miss a thing.

Google Reader shows you all of your favorite sites in one convenient place. It's like a personalized inbox for the entire web. Millions of sites publish feeds with their latest updates, and our integrated feed search makes it easy to find new content that interests you.

Add Google Reader to iGoogle and you can use it anywhere by use of adding a Google Reader gadget to iGoogle to see updates at a glance.

Read on any mobile phone browser. Whether you're waiting in line or riding the train,Google Reader keeps you connected.

Google uses this example
In this example, the green "64 blogs" link takes you inside the cluster and shows you all the blog posts for a story.

Give it a try and let Google know if you have comments or suggestions.