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I find cool that Google Reader mark as readed posts older than 30 days, specially for News websites. But sometimes I find some Feed so interesting, and without a heavy load of posts, that I prefer read all post since the begin. By example, some website has a news feed that, since the creation (more or less 2 years), generated 30-40 posts. I want to read (and save) all, but Google Reader will show only the last 30 days posts...

That is just one example, I want to workaround that limitation...

The only [ugly] idea that I've got is mark with star, but it will cause another problems...

Someone can help?

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I was not aware of this limitation. A quick Google search returned some interesting results. The most interesting one was probably to use Read It Later in Google Reader via an extension.

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Realy Nice! But it doesn't solves the problem, because I simply don't know that posts marked as readed. Unhappily I discovered recently that I missed to read older posts, so maybe I will need an offline reader to read that... :/ –  Click Ok Mar 23 '11 at 4:20
... I'm very busy to read all messages in the same frequency that it arrives to my inbox, but I don't want miss that messages. If I get some time to stop and "mark to read it later" so is easier read the post soon. –  Click Ok Mar 23 '11 at 4:24
You could just use another RSS reader. –  mbillard Mar 24 '11 at 11:15
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