Mark Pilgrim's been busy creating GreaseMonkey scripts that read and understand microformats. His goal is an uberscript that can be used to pull microformat structure from Web pages. Mark says:

[I]magine searching such a database. And subscribing to your search results as a syndicated feed. It's coming. Within weeks, not years. All the data is out there; people are publishing this stuff anyway. If they publish it just 1% better (with appropriate microformatting), I can get 1000% more out of it. Or do you just use your browser to browse? That's so 20th century.
From [microformats-discuss] Re: Educationg Others
Referenced Mon Oct 10 2005 11:51:57 GMT-0600 (MDT)