If you're into web technologies, one of the words being whispered for a good while now has been Microformats - a fantastic way to place human and machine-readable contact, calendar and other information in webpages.
Of course, in order to take advantage of Microformats and perhaps bring the information they offer onto your system, you need a browser that will read them - there's Firefox plugins, and NetNewsWire 3.0's built-in browser reads them. But what about Safari? Thanks to SIMBL, there's a small array of Safari plugins available and from the maker of Safari Tidy comes Safari Microformats. Whenever visiting a site with Microformats, an icon appears in the right of the address bar (not unlike the RSS icon). Clicking it brings up a menu of available hCards and hCalendars you can add to Address Book and iCal.
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