Monday, July 1st is the day that Google Reader shuts down for good. You’ve got one day left to export all your data out of it. Click on over to Lifehacker for a post that links to directions on how to do the export if you can’t work it out as well as a rundown of which RSS readers they recommend once Reader is gone.
Feedly seems to be the reader that most people are migrating to. It has a lot of features, runs on a lot of devices, and has an API that allows other developers to create apps on top of it.
Note that if you go there at the moment (5:25 PM, Sunday, HK time), you might be greeted with this: