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I would suggest using Newsgator. It is a free Internet based reader and was recently ranked as one of the top 10 best News Readers for usability and functionality. Other readers which were well ranked are: Bloglines, Google’s Reader, Yahoo’s Reader, and My Aol Reader.
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Peace and blessings!