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What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and provides an easy way to receive news updates from websites you subscribe to. In other words, it's a way to subscribe to websites, and sections of a website. PARCE Musik offers RSS feeds throughout multiple sections, e.g. genres, subgenres, frontpage, upcoming news, and many other sections such the frontpage's outsource, music videos and interviews section. Below you'll find links to the XML for major feeds to the site, but there are a lot more throughout the site. Just look for the RSS symbol as you navigate the site.
What do I need to get started?
To read the RSS feeds you'll need a news aggregator also called an RSS reader, which will check all of your favorite weblogs and will inform you if new content has arrived. Apple users can use Safari RSS or other applications like NetNewsWire, NewsFire, NewsMacPro and PulpFiction.
Windows users can use FeedDemon, NewsGator, RSS Bandit, SharpReader and FeedReader. Bloglines is an online service that works in most browsers, so you eliminate the need for downloading an application. If you use Firefox you can download an extension called Sage so that you can read the news in your browser.
Linux users can use Liferea or Blam!
Popular feeds in PARCE Musik
We give every user the flexibility to hide each part of their profile that they do not want to be shown publicly. Here is how you do it.
Use this option to show or hide each specific area.
Whenever you see a vote box icon next to a blog if it is possible to vote on it and help it reach the frontpage. Just click on the vote link when you are signed in. If the blog reaches certain amount of votes it gets promoted to the frontpage for others to see.
Watch Upcoming Stream
Visit the Upcoming Stories page to see a stream of all the public blogs being created on the parce.tv.
By default, all Blogs and Links are set to be published; which means they have a chance to be on the Frontpage news section, if they get enough votes. Non-published blogs is the option to keep your blogs saved, and at the same time not make them available publicly in the community.
To not set your blogs publicly in the community, follow these steps:
To view those Blogs and Links you have created, simply roll over the item "My Account" under the Main Navigation and click on "My Blogs" or "My Links".