The Google Reader protest, in pictures
Nine people protested changes to Google Reader outside D.C.'s Google headquarters Wednesday. Soon, users of the service will have to share their Internet finds with their friends via Google+ instead. Only seven stayed the whole time, but the message was received! A Google official invited the gripers to officially complain via email.
A small group of protestors, led by Friendship Heights resident Leah Libresco, held signs outside Google's D.C. headquarters on Wednesday, after the company decided to "kill [their] beloved Google Reader."