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This page lists various presentations, sessions, papers and posters which have provided explanations and discusions of both [[microformats]] in general, and specific microformats.  Check out microformats [[events]] for upcoming presentations. See also microformats [[podcasts]] and [[screencasts]] for audio/video presentations and discussions.
 
This page lists various presentations, sessions, papers and posters which have provided explanations and discusions of both [[microformats]] in general, and specific microformats.  Check out microformats [[events]] for upcoming presentations. See also microformats [[podcasts]] and [[screencasts]] for audio/video presentations and discussions.
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'''Note: This page is missing a lot of presentation links.''' More presentation links can be found by going through specific [[events]] pages.
  
 
Most recent presentations/sessions listed first.
 
Most recent presentations/sessions listed first.
  
 
== 2008 ==
 
== 2008 ==
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* 2008-08-19 [http://tantek.com/presentations/2008/08/microformats Better User Experience Through Microformats] during day 2 of [[events/2008-08-19-better-user-experience|An Event Apart San Francisco]].
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* 2008-08-16 [http://tantek.com/presentations/2008/08/wordpress-microformats/ WordPress and Microformats: Past, Present, Future] during [[events/2008-08-16-wordcamp|WordCamp 2008]]
 
* 2008-07-02 [http://www.slideshare.net/andr3/microformatos-pequenas-peas-do-puzzle Microformatos - pequenças peças do puzzle] presentation in Portuguese, by André Luís for a training session at SAPO.pt (Lisbon, Portugal)  
 
* 2008-07-02 [http://www.slideshare.net/andr3/microformatos-pequenas-peas-do-puzzle Microformatos - pequenças peças do puzzle] presentation in Portuguese, by André Luís for a training session at SAPO.pt (Lisbon, Portugal)  
 
* 2008-04-16 [http://slideshow.rubyforge.org/microformats.html  Microformats - Adding Semantics to Your Web Site - Web 3.0 in Action] presentation by Gerald Bauer (Vancouver Software Developers Network/VanDev at University of British Columbia)
 
* 2008-04-16 [http://slideshow.rubyforge.org/microformats.html  Microformats - Adding Semantics to Your Web Site - Web 3.0 in Action] presentation by Gerald Bauer (Vancouver Software Developers Network/VanDev at University of British Columbia)

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microformats presentations

This page lists various presentations, sessions, papers and posters which have provided explanations and discusions of both microformats in general, and specific microformats. Check out microformats Microformats events for upcoming presentations. See also microformats microformats podcasts and screencasts for audio/video presentations and discussions.

Note: This page is missing a lot of presentation links. More presentation links can be found by going through specific Microformats events pages.

Most recent presentations/sessions listed first.

2008

2007

2006

2005

  • March 13
    • "Emergent Semantics", South by South West Conference (SXSW) 2005, Austin Convention Center Room 15, Austin TX
    • "Leveraging Tags", as part of the "How to Leverage Solipsism" panel, South by South West Conference (SXSW) 2005, Austin Convention Center Room 18A, Austin TX
    • "The Elements of Meaningful XHTML", South by South West Conference (SXSW) 2005, Austin Convention Center Room 16B, Austin TX

2004

  • September 11: "Attention.XML", O'Reilly Media Foo Camp 2004, O'Reilly Campus, Appaloosa room, Sebastopol CA
  • February 11th: "real world semantics", O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference (ETech) 2004 Westin Horton Plaza, San Diego, CA. This presentation was the first public discussion and introduction of the terms "microformat" and "lowercase semantic web". Reprised as a five-minute lightning talk at ConCon, Rx Gallery, San Francisco CA (16 February 2004).

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