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Picoformats represent an effort being undertaken by Chris Messina and Andy Stack of Mozes to codify various stnadards and openly pursue a nomenclature and syntax for communicating and executing commands with mobile devices over SMS.
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Picoformats represent an effort being undertaken by [http://factoryjoe.com/blog Chris Messina] and Andy Stack of [http://mozes.com Mozes] to codify various standards and openly pursue a nomenclature and syntax for communicating and executing commands with mobile devices over SMS.
An example application is [http://dodgeball.com Dodgeball's] use of the at symbol (@) to express checking in to a place.
An example application is [http://dodgeball.com Dodgeball's] use of the at symbol (@) to express checking in to a place.
Using the Microformats process and principles of building block design, our goal is to openly develop a complete syntax for interacting with various mobile services using the characters available on most mobile devices.
Using the Microformats process and principles of building block design, our goal is to openly develop a complete syntax for interacting with various mobile services using the characters available on most mobile devices.

Revision as of 05:47, 6 June 2006

Picoformats represent an effort being undertaken by Chris Messina and Andy Stack of Mozes to codify various standards and openly pursue a nomenclature and syntax for communicating and executing commands with mobile devices over SMS.

An example application is Dodgeball's use of the at symbol (@) to express checking in to a place.

Using the Microformats process and principles of building block design, our goal is to openly develop a complete syntax for interacting with various mobile services using the characters available on most mobile devices.

picoformats was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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