Radio Station Uses Content From About.com

2009-08-17 | Category: Case Studies (5), Feeds we like (3)

We love to see how our service is used out there. Have a look at the website http://www.kprs.com for example and scroll down to the bottom of the page. There you can find three RSSboxes.

The Kansas City radio station KPRS uses RSSinclude.com to provide current topics concerning R&B/Soul music and DVDs. Content from About.com is dragged to the KPRS website via RSSinclude.com. Which is quite a good idea! Because About.com is known for having fresh content with high quality.

About.com has lots of different topic categories. So if you are looking for fresh content for your website just try it... We did so too and included the feed concerning the topic "Radio" in this blog:


Casey Kasem Issue Inspires New California Law

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College Radio Station Raises Funds with Genitals

05/28/14 10:53 am

Here's an amusing story out of San Luis Obispo, home of California Polytechnic State University and that institution's non-profit, student-run radio station.

According to calcoastnews.com two hosts on KCPR-FM promised pics of their genitals and rectums to people who pledged $20 dollars during their April fundraiser. It had to be cash, by the way.

The hosts had a show called Getting It In which covered various sexual topics. I'm sure you won't be too surprised that the hosts were pulled, the show is gone, and nobody in any department at the University seems to want to comment on it.

KCPR-FM is available locally at 91.3 and through the Internet by visiting the listen page.

Signal vs. Noise - 37signals.com

2009-04-21 | Category: Feeds we like (3)

A weblog by 37signals about design, business, experience, simplicity, the web, culture, and more. An inspiring feed I read daily.

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Signal vs. Noise

How to: Back-to-top button without scroll events

Web developers: here’s an alternative way to build UI features that rely on scroll position without actually observing scroll events. Using the Intersection Observer API we can know when an element enters or leaves the viewport and respond in a way that’s much more performant. It’s a very, very, bad idea to attach handlers to the […]

Why I ignore the design industry on purpose

I’ve been a designer for nearly twenty years now (😮), with the last seven years spent happily at Basecamp. I enjoy my work and I care about it a lot. Since I’ve been doing this for a long time, occasionally people ask me to predict next year’s big trends, or reflect on some industry controversy […]


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Signal vs. Noise

How to: Back-to-top ...

Web developers: here’s an alternative way to build UI features that rely on scroll position without ...

Why I ignore the des...

I’ve been a designer for nearly twenty years now (😮), with the last seven years spent happily at Bas...

Signal v Noise exits...

Three years ago we embraced an exciting new publishing platform called Medium. It felt like a new st...

Big Integer

On Thursday, November 8, Basecamp 3 went down for almost five hours. It was the worst outage to hit ...

Every little bit hel...

Quitting Facebook. Renouncing Uber. Avoiding Amazon. There have never been more or greater reasons f...

Down in front!

Doug gets it, most don’t. Look around YouTube at car reviews, and you’ll see a lot of people st...

True brand awareness

It’s been said that your name is your favorite word. Likewise, a brand’s name is its favorite word. ...

Become A Facebook-Fr...

If Facebook’s endless privacy scandals have shown one thing, it’s that the company has far too much ...

How about fixing the...

Oh those superhuman CEOs who get up at 4am for that killer start to the day! Aren’t they just amazin...

Playing for Change @ YouTube

2009-04-15 | Category: Feeds we like (3)

Playing For Change is a movement to connect the world through music. Find some songs from the upcoming documentary DVD release on their YouTube channel.

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Discover More PFC. Become A Member | Playing For Change

Become a Member: http://bit.ly/2BZyPfK As a member you'll be the first to see our new series of Songs Around The World as well as receive access to exclusive content, free music and video...
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Skin Deep featuring Buddy Guy | Playing For Change | Song Across America

From our new album, Listen to the Music (out 4.20.18), pre-order now: http://bit.ly/2EA9wE8 Playing For Change and Buddy Guy united to record and film his anthem, “Skin Deep” across America....
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"Listen to the Music" Album and Video Series Trailer | Playing For Change

Pre-order our new album, Listen to the Music (out 4.20.18): http://bit.ly/2EA9wE8 We are excited to announce 'Listen to the Music' - our new Songs Around The World album (available April 20th,...
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871 ratings
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