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Larry Seyer (rhymes with FIRE) is a world class studio musician who gained national recognition as both a producer and engineer while living in Austin Texas. For over 35 years, he worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Asleep At The Wheel, Huey Lewis, George Strait, Manhattan Transfer, The Dixie Chicks, Lyle Lovett, Dolly Parton, George Martin, Willie Nelson and over three-hundred other Texas and national artists.
From 1986 through 2007, Larry engineered almost all of the 'Asleep At The Wheel' recordings produced during that time period. Doing so won him several Grammy Awards and Platinum records. In addition to his producing and engineering skills, he has written and scored original music for eight (8) motion pictures as well as national TV shows and documentaries.
Larry has been a student of "A Course in Miracles" since 1988 and has helped thousands of people find the Course via the presentations he did at Divine Cosmos Convergence Conferences held worldwide with David Wilcock. In addition to these conferences, Larry was a regular teacher on Dov Fishman's ACIM Gather. 7 years of his teachings are archived in over 200 recordings made available for free download on this website.
In addition to distributing and introducing the Course to many who were not familiar with it, he also produced and recorded the audio for Regina Dawn Akers's "The Holy Spirit's Interpretation of the New Testament (NTI)". He offers Regina's material along with other spiritual teacher's products on his online distribution network Audible Spirit.
He currently plays music full time in Hawaii and is writing a visionary fiction novel based on ACIM principles.
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Have you noticed those little yellow lightly colored links near the top right hand corner of every page on this site?
Do you know what they are? Wouldn't it be cool if you could keep up to date with the latest posts on LarrySeyer.com?
Well, you can!
We have a number of ways that you can subscribe to this site and receive updates. It's done with a web standard called RSS.
RSS is a technology that is being used by millions of web users around the world to keep track of their favorite websites.
In the ‘old days’ of the web to keep track of updates on a website you had to ‘bookmark’ websites in your browser and manually return to them on a regular basis to see what had been added.
The problems with bookmarking
- You as the web surfer had to do all the work
- It can get complicated when you are trying to track many websites at once
- You miss information when you forget to check your bookmarks
- You end up seeing the same information over and over again on sites that don’t update very often
RSS Changes Everything
What if you could tell a website to let you know every time that they update? In a sense, this is what RSS does for you.
RSS flips things around a little and is a technology that provides you with a method of getting relevant and up to date information sent to you for you to read in your own time. It saves you time and helps you to get the information you want quickly after it was published.
RSS stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’. Many people describe it as a ‘news feed’ that you subscribe to.
I find the ‘subscription’ description helpful. It’s like subscribing to a magazine that is delivered to you periodically but instead of it coming in your physical mail box each month when the magazine is published it is delivered to your ‘RSS Reader’ every time your favorite website updates.
How RSS actually technically works is probably a lesson for another day but the key today is for you to understand why it’s good and how to use it.
Let me say right up front that I’m not the most technically savvy guy going around – but even I can use RSS. At first I found it a little strange to make the change from bookmarking to RSS but I found that when I started that I just couldn’t stop.
How to Use RSS
Get an RSS Reader – The first thing you’ll want to do if you’re getting into reading sites via RSS is to hook yourself up with an RSS Feed Reader.
There are many feed readers going around with a variety of approaches and features – however a good place to start is with a couple of free and easy to use web based ones like Google Reader and Bloglines. Either one will do if you’re starting out (I use Google’s Reader) – as I say there are many others to choose from but to get started either of these are fairly easy to use and will help you work out the basics of RSS.
Both of these feed readers work a little like email. As you subscribe to feeds you’ll see that unread entries from the sites you’re tracking will be marked as bold. As you click on them you’ll see the latest update and can read it right there in the feed reader. You are given the option to click through to the actual site or move onto the next unread item – marking the last one as ‘read’.
The best way to learn how to use either Google Reader or Bloglines is to simply subscribe to some feeds and give it a go. Both have helpful help sections to get you up and running.
Note: other options to tracking websites that you might already be familiar with include using pages like MyYahoo, MyGoogle and MyMSN.
Find Some Feeds to Subscribe to – there are two places to look for a site’s feed:
- On the Site
- In Your Browser
On Site Subscription
Over the last few years you may have noticed a lot of little buttons and widgets appearing on your favorite sites and blogs. Little orange buttons, ‘counters’ with how many ‘readers a blog has, links called RSS, XML, ATOM and many more.
They come in all shapes and sizes. Here is a common one you might have seen:
There are plenty more – but any time you see any of these buttons or anything like them it means that the site you are viewing almost certainly has a feed that you can subscribe to. In most cases it’s as simple as either copying and pasting the link associated with the button into your RSS Reader or clicking the button and following the instructions to subscribe using the feed reader of your choice.
Many internet browsers now have the ability to find and subscribe to RSS feeds built right into them.
When you surf to a site you can usually tell if it has an RSS feed by looking in the right hand side of address bar where you type in the site’s URL.
Other modern browsers will have similar icons.
To quickly and easily subscribe by clicking these icons you’ll want to set up your browser to do it with your feed reader of choice as by default they will probably subscribe you using the in-browser reader. You can do this by going to the ‘preferences’ to your browser and choosing ‘Google Reader’ or ‘Bloglines’ etc as your feed reader.
Once you’ve done this and have subscribed to a few feeds you’ll begin to see unread items in your Feed Reader and you can start reading.
Don’t want to Use an RSS Reader? Email is an Option
If the above explanation all just seems a little too complicated for you then please don’t worry. Many sites also enable you to subscribe to RSS feeds via a more familiar medium – Email.
Here at LarrySeyer.com we know that not everyone is into the RSS thing so at the top of our right hand sidebar there is a field where you can enter your email address and get a daily email with a summary of our latest posts. You can unsubscribe at any time and your email will be kept private and not used for any other purposes than to send these daily updates.
Further Reading on What RSS is
Hopefully this answers your question of ‘what is RSS‘!