Oomph for Firefox: Microsoft’s Microformats IE plugin as Greasemonkey script

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

About a month ago Microsoft presented Oomph, a first attempt to integrate microformats in their tools1. Oomph at this moment consists of an IE8 plugin, a set of css styles and a plugin for the blogging tools Windows Live Writer.  I’ll let this Microsoft video explain:

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  1. although several people have argued that the webslices that came with IE8, are in fact a somewhat different implementation of the hAtom microformat []

Firefox extension not compatible with browser (Flock, Mozilla, Seamonkey…) version: What to do?

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

You really want to install this Firefox extension but you can’t? Because it’s not compatible with your browser (screen shot)? Or you have upgraded your browser and some of your favourite add-ons got disabled? Happens a lot with more exotic extensions, or if you’re using a minority browser like Seamonkey, (the old) Mozilla, or (the brand new) Flock. However, you do not need to despair: (more…)