I was a moderate Google Reader user, but I did all of my G-reading in iGoogle, using Reader's iGoogle widget. This widget provided a simple list of links which would navigate to source web sites. Alas, both Google Reader and iGoogle are gone now. I browsed the horde of Google Reader replacements that popped up when Reader disappeared, but I wasn't satisfied with any of them. Too heavyweight, too mobile-oriented, requires a browser plugin, etc. So I built my own.
Treader is a lightweight RSS Reader. It won't inline full articles into the feed. It doesn't have a mobile version. Blah blah blah. It just shows a list of links, sorted by category.
Disclaimers: Treader is a work in progress. There may be downtime. Security is nonexistent. Obvious features are missing, like you can't unsubscribe to something once you've subscribed. It's tested primarily on Chrome, but it seems to load in Firefox. YMMV on other browsers. If people use Treader, I'll probably add more features.
Some notes in no particular order: