Google Reader has been dead for over six years, and the internet hasn’t been the same since. I still haven’t found a replacement that I enjoy quite as much as my memories of Reader, and I mourn its death every day. But now, we may finally have a place where we can pay respects to the beloved RSS app.
Dana Fried, a Google employee, posted this photo of a graveyard, with headstones for Reader and many other now-dead Google services, which is apparently set up in the main lobby of the company’s Seattle campus in honor of spooky season:
Not sure whether spooky or just sad? pic.twitter.com/E8uvavkuQf
— Dana Fried Big Bad Con (@leftoblique) October 2, 2019
There are also gravestones for Picasa, Google Buzz, Orkut, Google Wave, and…