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* [http://www.google.com/custom?domains=programmableweb.com&q=microformats&sitesearch=programmableweb.com Search for 'microformats' at programmableweb.com]
 
* [http://www.google.com/custom?domains=programmableweb.com&q=microformats&sitesearch=programmableweb.com Search for 'microformats' at programmableweb.com]
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* [http://www.informationweek.com/blog/main/archives/2007/01/firefox_3_from.html Firefox 3: From HTML Renderer To Information Broker] by Mitch Wagner, Information Week.  Discusses the implications of native microformat support in Firefox (2007-01-03)
  
 
== 2006 ==
 
== 2006 ==

Revision as of 19:55, 5 January 2007

Press

This page documents the press that microformats has received. See also microformats screencasts, presentations, microformats podcasts, and Books.

Ongoing

2007

January

2006

December

November

  • Accessify.com announce HTML Mastery a new book by Paul Haine, with a chapter on microformats (2006-11-27).
  • .Net magazine (UK), cover date December 2006, has tutorial on microformats, by Rachel Andrew (tutorial not available on-line)
  • MacPeople, a paper magazine about Macintosh in Japan, contained an article about microformats on its 12/2006 issue, written by Nobuyuki Hayashi.
  • Cover story in iX 11/2006 p. 62-65: Mehrwert-Markup (German: additional value markup)
  • Patterns for High-Integrity Data Consumption and Composition, in "The Architecture Journal", an online journal of web architecture published by Microsoft, mentions microformats as a way to maintain high data fidelity in loosely coupled, highly federated systems. "The considerable variety of data these days includes an extensive array of XML-based formats, as well as increasingly widespread, lighter weight data formats such as the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and microformats."

October

September

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August

July

June

May

April

March

  • (need to backfill these - there were a bunch and I think we simply forgot to add them in)

February

January

2005

December

November

October

September

July

June

March