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I really enjoy using Google Reader. I subscribe to the sites I frequently visit/read and often share/like/star those links. But I have yet to see how I can share a link on a site I don't normally read/subscribe to.

This is something that Delicious does very well, and I use a bookmarklet within Chrome to achieve this.

How do I share a link in Google Reader that I do not subscribe to?

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Use the Google Reader Bookmarklet

It allows you to click a link on your bookmarks toolbar and it automatically shares the page you're currently on through Google Reader, exactly what you want I think.

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exactly what I was looking for. :) – spong Jul 8 '10 at 16:49

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