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19 Things You Can Do With KCET Local
Take KCET Local with you everywhere you go.
1 - Refresh the homepage.
2 - Become a fan of KCET Local on Facebook
3 - Become a fan of KCET Web Stories on Facebook.
4 - Follow KCET Local on Twitter.
5 - Join the KCET Local Flickr pool.
7 - Subscribe to 404 City's RSS feed.
8 - Subscribe to Blur + Sharpen's RSS feed.
9 - Subscribe to Cakewalk's RSS feed.
10 - Subscribe to Movie Miento's RSS feed.
11 - Subscribe to Pixeltown's RSS feed.
12 - Subscribe to The Other Room's RSS feed.
13 - Subscribe to Think Tank LA's RSS feed.
14 - Subscribe to Where We Are's RSS feed.
15 - Subscribe to SoCal Connected's RSS feed.
16 - Subscribe to the KCET Local Events feed.
17 - Add the combined KCET Local blog feed to your RSS reader.
18 - Share KCET Local content by pushing the Yahoo Buzz and "Add This" buttons on every page. The buttons look like this:
19 - Add a widget featuring KCET Local's combined blog feed to your site or blog with this code:
That code will produce a scrolling window like the one below. The window's width will automatically adjust to fill as much space is available, so be careful while positioning it.
Take note: we don't take responsibility for any bodily, psychic or HTML-nal injury resulting from use of this code. (We got it from Yahoo Pipes.) That said, the widget works best in Firefox!
Enjoy KCET Local!
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