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I use Google Reader to keep track of my RSS feeds. Over the past couple of years I've added a lot of feeds, and I've noticed some just don't update anymore.

I'm looking for a way to remove feeds older than a certain amount of days. Are there any programs out there with this functionality built-in? Or does Google have this function and have I just missed it?


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