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This page documents the press that microformats received in 2006. See also microformats screencasts, presentations, microformats podcasts, and Books. Note that some of this press may be in response to the press FAQ.
- 24 Ways: Styling hCards with CSS The 24 Ways article for December 14 is John Allsopp's article on styling hCard using CSS (2006-12-14).
- 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)
- INFOWORLD TECH WATCH: "Bloggers speak out on IE 7" - published: October 20, 2006. Mention/discussion of microformats by Tantek Çelik and Kristopher Tate.
- Practical Web Design, October 2006 issue, "Microformats" article by Rachel Andrews
- W3C Press Release GRDDL Spec
- The Big Picture on microformats - who's doing what with microformats right now - by John Allsopp - Published August 28th, 2006.
- Add microformats magic to your site by John Allsopp - Published August 25th, 2006.
- Knowledge at Wharton: Tantek Çelik and Rohit Khare: The Progress and the Promise of Microformats - Published: July 20, 2006
- Microformats, PHP and hKit, from devzone.zend.com, a PHP developer resource, 28th June.
- Building a more semantic web with microformats, from Mercurytide, 20th June.
- DevSource: An Developer's Introduction to Microformats by Phil Haack, May 11.
- See also Phil Haack's blog post about the article.
- (need to backfill these - there were a bunch which we forgot to include)
- Web Designing, a popular paper magazine for web industry in Japan, contained an article about microformats on its 03/2006 issue.
- Release 1.0 / Ideas / New Ideas that Matter: Time as a social object, February 16. Video interviews composite, including a bit on microformats.
- SXSW 2006 Web Awards Finalists, February 3rd. microformats.org is a finalist in the "Technical Achievement" category for "the sites that are re-inventing and re-defining the technical parameters of our online experience".
- Google Web Authoring Statistics, January 20
- The home page of the study "Web Authoring Statistics" itself both mentions “microformats.org” and links to http://microformats.org .
- The "Page Headers” page notes that the XFN microformat is the most popular HTML metadata profile: “…people do use the profile attribute, though. The three most-often used values are http://gmpg.org/xfn/1, http://dublincore.org/documents/dcq-html/, and http://gmpg.org/xfn/11. This makes XFN the most popular HTML metadata profile!”
- The “a element” page found that three of the most popular ‘rel’ attribute values were microformats: #1 rel="nofollow", #2 rel="license", #5 rel="tag".
- Philoneist: Interview With Technorati Marketing Director Derek Gordon by Jonathan G. Cohen, January 11
- #2 on the list of Best Web 2.0 Blogs, January 2