More brilliant and useful code from Glenn: copy and paste contact details from one URL into a form on another URL.
A nice, neat, short introduction to microformats from Ben.
If you aren't already marking up addresses in hCard, you really, really, really should start.
Basecamp is now chockful of hCards. Excellent!
A text to punch card translator. Who wants to be the first to pipe Twitter messages through this?
Demo for a neat piece of code that will auto-populate form fields from an hCard-carrying URL.
A web browser for Android that detects microformats and allows direct actions with the data. The map integration is exactly the kind of thing I'd like to see on the iPhone.
A rundown of microformat-extracting tools. "Ultimately, microformats are a bit like plumbing. They donâ€™t do very much on their own, but if you make use of the data they provide, you can quickly and easily create useful functionality your visitors â€¦
A great 24 Ways article by Elliot on creating and styling hCards.
A handy microformats toolkit from Microsoft(!) making it easier for developers to write, style and find microformats (hCard and hCalendar in particular). Neat!
Words cannot describe how brilliant this is. In response to a whinging Twitter post I made, Matthew Levine created a bookmarklet to quickly and easily create simple hCards for easy adding to blog posts. It works beautifully.
Ben has written a superb article outlining the hows and whys of distributed social networks with hCard and XFN, finishing with an inspiring call to arms.
A cute little Mac app that exports your address book contacts in multiple formats ...including an HTML file with hCards!
Microformats + Greasemonkey = Monkeyformats. Is there a site that you wish used microformats? Write a userscript and share it here.
A nice summary of the technologies presented at my SXSW panel.
An open source project for parsing hCards to add to sign-up forms.
You can sign up to February's SemanticCamp by pointing it to a URL with an hCard (or FOAF). Nice.
A handy diagram showing the nesting of class names in an hCard. Useful for styling.
Brian's article on portable social networks is a clear and concise introduction to the subject with explanations of the technologies involved.
Oh yes! A plugin for Safari that will detect, display and export hCard and hCalendar data. Caveat: it only works on Leopard so, because I haven't upgraded yet, I haven't had a chance to testdrive this yet myself.
A new site to track the building blocks of portable social networks: OpenID, OAuth, hCard, XFN and more.
Another sign up form that features hCard input (like Satisfaction). Choose a service (e.g. Flickr, Last.fm, Twitter) or enter your own URL.
Have I told you lately how much I love this microformats bookmarklet? Yes? Well, I'm telling you again.
Ian Lloyd gets search results for curry houses in Swindon from Google Maps to his phone in less than 60 seconds. All thanks to hCard.
NetNewsWire now supports microformats.
Livejournal profile pages get some microformats lovin', That's a lot of hCards.
W00t! This is a biggie! Google Maps now returns its listing results in hCard. Now you can do one-click export to your address book (or phone).
Tantek, Brian, Daniel and others got together in Ritual Roasters to discuss making portable social networks a reality. Here are the notes.
Great article from Brian ranging from introducing microformats right up to the current state of play.
Kevin Lawver has implemented portable social networks by mashing up OpenID and microformats in Rails. Read the presentation and download the code.
A microformat detection extension for Firefox 2. This looks more human-friendly than the existing Tails extensions.
Glenn weighs in with his thoughts on portable social networks through microformats. Looks like the Backnetwork app might be the first to start doing this.
More about the microformats that can now be found on Last.fm.
Jon has come up with a lightweight user stylesheet for highlighting microformats. It works a treat for my site.
A great article by John Allsopp that serves as an excellent introduction to microformats.
A greasemonkey script that allows you to call telephone numbers in web pages (marked up with hcard) using Skype.
Jon's mock-ups of how microformat detection and display might work in Safari are spot on. It would be so cool if this idea was picked up by browser developers.
Dan documents the process of adding microformats to Cork'd.
This is still experimental, but Technorati now allow you to search for snippets of content that has been marked up with microformats. My egosearching returns suitably satisfying results.
A handy little AppleScript by Tantek that turns your iChat buddy list into an XHTML file with an unordered list of hCards.