Archive for the 'xfolk' Category


Monday, April 17th, 2006

You may have noticed that the previous entry looked a bit different than others. If you look under the hood, you’ll see that its marked up with the xFolk microformat.

xFolk is just a way to do stuff like in a more distributed way.

Many of my short little posts end up on, instead of this blog, but I would like to change that. At the same time, I still want my stuff tagged in, for easier searching.

So, I’ve written a 66-line ruby script that will read my blog, parse out the xFolk and post it to I’ll release it for others to use soon-ish.