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* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>@[ t] will discuss [ #microformats2] today at the [ #HTML5DevConf]. The new version is much simpler to use.  [ #HTML5]</p>&mdash; ted_drake (@ted_drake) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>About to watch @[ t] give a talk about microformats2 &amp; HTML5 at [ #html5devconf] in a 1000 person room. No pressure!</p>&mdash; Ashley Smith (@TheUnquietOne) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Tantek Celik of Mozilla, microformats2 [ #html5devconf] </p>&mdash; Jeff Beam (@threecleartones) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Watching @[ tantek]'s microformats talk at the html5conf. (@ Palace Hotel, San Francisco - @[ spg] w/ @[ t]) [pic]:</p>&mdash; Megan ORorke (@leggomymego) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>"If you mark it up, they will crawl it." -- Tantek Celik, Regarding microformats, HTML5, and indexing data. [ #html5devconf]</p>&mdash; Roy McKenzie (@RoyMcKenzie) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>[ #html5devconf] no python microformats parser yet...huh. challenge sent out. I bet less than 48hrs til one shows up.</p>&mdash; Kyle (@getify) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
** <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>@[ getify] better run cause I'd sent this challenge to some Perl friends. :) cc @[ garu_rj]</p>&mdash; Leo Balter (@leobalter) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>[ #html5devconf] You can use microformats to improve your SEO</p>&mdash; podlipensky (@podlipensky) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>I've always liked and used microformats. Now I love them.</p>&mdash; James S. (@UncleBumpy) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Impressive introduction to @[ microformats] by @[ t] [ #html5devconf] very useful and interesting.</p>&mdash; Avi Singh (@AviOnWire) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>[ #html5devconf] real-time Q&amp;A via etherpad with @[ t] in his talk. the web is so cool! </p>&mdash; Kyle (@getify) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>I am onboard with using @[ microformats] for my blog. Thanks to @[ t] [ #html5devconf]</p>&mdash; Avi Singh (@AviOnWire) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>
* <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Very excited about the evolution of microformats. Super informative &amp; engaging session by @[ t]. [ #html5devconf]</p>&mdash; alison boden (@AlisonBeezy) [ April 2, 2013]</blockquote>


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<entry-title>microformats2 & HTML5: The Next Evolutionary Step For Web Data at HTML5DevConf</entry-title>


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microformats2 & HTML5: The Next Evolutionary Step For Web Data
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New HTML5 elements and microformats give us a simple way to represent web data without additional URLs, file formats, or callbacks. Microformats2 and HTML5 improvements bring better accessibility, simpler markup, improved semantics, and a direct mapping to JSON APIs for data consumers.

Millions of web sites use microformats to make their data available. Other approaches have emerged as well (e.g. RDFa, microdata, OGP, schema, Twitter Cards). Tantek will discuss which microformats to use for search engines and for public APIs.


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