Google’s support for webpage embeds brings the Google Reader story full circle. The team originally envisioned an RSS widget available on a blog sidebar and the project grew into much more. You can now access the web application in many different versions in various states of privacy including your shared items marked up in HTML or Atom, a full feed aggregator, or a widget for your homepage, desktop, or blog.
Create your own borders
Google is using a new domain, gmodules.com, to serve the embedded gadgets. The embeds reference a Google-styled border preference (http://gmodules.com/ig/images/) but you can create your own custom border of GIF files if you stick to Google’s naming convention. You can also define your preferred border using CSS.