In other microformat news, over the weekend I made a draft version of a "Microformats Zen Garden." The idea, introduced on the microformats-discuss email list, is an obvious knockoff of the CSS Zen Garden, only the (X)HTML is full of microformatted information, and JavaScript is added to the mix. I spent a few hours working on this, and when I was done, I realized the concept was not just an application, but almost a platform - a small hint at the mythical web-as-operating-system. Microformats act as the documents, CSS handles the visual style, and JavaScript acts as the applications. The only important thing missing is the ability to save edited documents, but Mark Pilgrim is already working on using Atom for that. I'll be very interested to see how this all materializes.