Today is the day when Google sends its much-loved-by-us, but seemingly disowned-by-Google RSS reader to the electronic scrapheap in the sky. As of writing, Reader is a walking corpse. It's scheduled for destruction today, but I'm assuming Google won't pull the plug until someone's up and had their coffee in the US. So, if you haven't pulled your RSS feeds yet, or synced them into another service, do it right now.
We've seen quite a few decent alternatives spring up in its stead, but which one floats your boat? For me, Feedly's a decent replacement, and it was so unbelievably easy to port my massive pre-existing RSS list, folders and all, from Reader that I was sold pretty much instantly. I'm looking forward to Reeder support, at which point things will be back to business as usual for me. However, Digg, AOL and a myriad of others have had a shot at creating the perfect Google Reader replacement. How many of them have you tried, and which one is the best for you?