As of today, every single public event on Facebook is marked up using hCalendar. Take the Great British Booze-up, for example…
A microformats article by yours truly, reworking a blog post from a while back about the value class pattern.
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 handy microformats toolkit from Microsoft(!) making it easier for developers to write, style and find microformats (hCard and hCalendar in particular). Neat!
A good, detailed hands-on article about implementing hCalendar.
Microformats + Greasemonkey = Monkeyformats. Is there a site that you wish used microformats? Write a userscript and share it here.
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.
Have I told you lately how much I love this microformats bookmarklet? Yes? Well, I'm telling you again.
NetNewsWire now supports microformats.
Great article from Brian ranging from introducing microformats right up to the current state of play.
A microformat detection extension for Firefox 2. This looks more human-friendly than the existing Tails extensions.
More about the microformats that can now be found on Last.fm.
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.