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Google Reader with colors

Google Reader is probably the best free online RSS reader available today. Due to its simplicity and its minimalist interface, sometime you wish you could have colorized at least its background.
Matt Cutts tell us here below how to display a hidden function: In your Google Reader press keys: Up arrow, Up arrow, Down arrow, Down arrow, Left arrow, Right arrow, Left arrow, Right arrow, B key, and lastly A key.
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