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display microformats inside your browser

yesterday i stumbled upon a cool extension for Firefox / Flock browsers to display microformats contained inside a page: tails firefox extension (Firefox 1.4+, Flock 0.7+) flocktails (Flock 0.5.14+, Flock 0.7) the plugin scans your currently viewed page in your browser and displays a small, green icon () in the bottom right of your browser if it has found any of the supported microformats inside the page.

XFN network – now see it :-)

XFN is a microformat to describe your relationship on other people. It’s pretty simple, just make a link and add the “rel” attribute: <a xhref=”” mce_href=”” rel=”me”>Wolfgang Reutz</a> <a xhref=”” mce_href=”” rel=”met friend colleague”>Andreas Feuerstein</a> oh, cool, but what’s up next?