A nice, neat, short introduction to microformats from Ben.
It's down for me right now, but this API from Qwerly looks like a great addition to complement Google's Social Graph API — it finds rel="me" links from a Twitter username.
Some Ruby on Rails code for enhancing sign-up forms using Google's Social Graph API, inspired by Huffduffer.
A nice overview of Glenn's XFN Firefox plug-in.
A person-specific portal generated using Google's Social Graph API. And it's less than 5K!
Okay, I know I said "holy freakin' crap!" the last time I linked to one of Glenn's Social Graph API experiments but now he's gone and created a Firefox plug-in: press alt-i and you can see the social graph for anyone's site. Holy freakin' crap!
Holy freaking crap! Glenn's Social Graph Explorer is bloody brilliant!
Christopher Schmitt shows how to style XFN links using attribute selectors.
A great article by Emily Lewis on the microformats that make use of the rel attribute (rel-tag, rel-license, XFN, etc.).
This is seriously brilliant. Starting from a single URL (adactio.com), a lifestream is creating based on XFN rel="me" links. David Singleton wins the internet.
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.
Wandering around the site for the Reboot conference in Copenhagen, I came across this video of my talk from last year. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed this talk.
A nice summary of the technologies presented at my SXSW panel.
Brian has written an excellent article that not only explains how to write XFN but also how to parse it.
This is great news! Brad Fitzpatrick and Kevin Marks have built a new Google API that will spider XFN links.
Chris says that URLs are people too: "You’ve got my URL, now, tell me, what else do you really need?"
Brian's article on portable social networks is a clear and concise introduction to the subject with explanations of the technologies involved.
A new site to track the building blocks of portable social networks: OpenID, OAuth, hCard, XFN and more.
Livejournal profile pages get some microformats lovin', That's a lot of hCards.