2. Bookmark the Google Reader page by pressing “Menu” and selecting the “Add bookmark” option (the icon looks like a book with a bookmark hanging over the front and a + at the lower right). A “New bookmark” screen will show the name of the bookmark, “Google Reader” (it may include a number, which you can just delete by pressing the backspace key on the keyboard which pops up when you press inside the text box), and the location of the bookmark. Press “Done” to save to bookmarks. Confirmation will appear briefly at the bottom of your screen.
3. Return to your Android’s home screen by pressing the home button. If you have unused space on the home screen where you want the Google Reader bookmark link to appear, press within that space and hold. If you don’t have space on the home screen, scroll to another screen with empty space where you want the link to appear, then press and hold. Or simply press “Menu”.
4. An “Add to Home” screen will appear. Select the “Shortcut” option. An “Add shortcut” screen will appear. Select the “Bookmark” option. The bookmark you just created for Google Reader should be the top left option. The bookmark to Google Reader will now be a red flag-like icon with a white star on your home screen or the designated screen; if you pressed “menu” to start, you may get a red notification at the top saying, “No space on this screen. Drag to another screen to place”, so simply scroll to another screen with empty space.
5. You can now add the Masks feed. Visit http://www.pocketcoyote.com to add by pressing the gray RSS icon at the top right of the screen. You should get a screen with the option to add to Google Reader, but if the subsequent screen is a jumble of text and code (like it was for me), you can add the feed manually. Return to Google Reader and press “Add a subscription” (it’s the link to the right of the blue box with white + icon just under the Google reader logo). Type in the feed URL, pocketcoyote.com. You should receive confirmation in Google Reader however you do it.