Today is CSS Naked Day

Today is the day when we shed our CSS to show our bare markup.I almost forgot, even with Rob’s early reminder. Oh well, better late than never, I suppose. You can sign up, and find resources and instructions (including a slick WordPress Plugin) at the official naked site. Show off that markup!

Automatically fill forms with hCard mapper

Omnia Computing’s hCardMapper is yet another example (tip of an iceberg, really) of the power of microformats. Think how quickly your users will be able to fill out your registration forms if when they have a public hCard. I’d like to see a greasemonkey script that uses this so I can auto fill other people’s [...]

The subtle power of microformats

Drew McLellan describes a great example of microformats in action: This is a superb example of the utility of hAtom. Last.fm doesn’t have a dedicated feed for their shoutboxes, but because they’re nicely marked up with hAtom, it can be converted to Atom on the fly. Awesome. In other words: Last.fm outputs their content in [...]

Directory Digger

Update (2007-06-27): Directory Digger is a featured download on Apple.com‘s main dashboard widget site. Cool! (thanks Rob, for the tip) In my spare time (heh), I’ve built an Apple dashboard widget that lets one search an LDAP directory. For me, the tool is filling a number of needs. The project page summarizes some of them: [...]