Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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March 22nd, 2011

RT @slicknet: New blog post: Using semantic elements today http://bit.ly/i8VIGn (via @dalmaer) // Great post. Thanks!

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Microsoft Research project : http://bit.ly/g7UzJM, http://bit.ly/hwEInC. Data in ProBase not facts, but claims or beliefs. via @RWW

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Got 3G/UMTS working on following http://bit.ly/gQ4DEA. Worked out-of-the-box w/ DE. Hard-coded carriers: http://bit.ly/gA4muC

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@kansandhaus Nice. Thanks! Have you guys considered becoming enabled (http://www.w3.org/TR/cor…)?

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Linus Torvalds: does not violate the (no quote!): http://bit.ly/eLhEXW (via @greenrobot_de, @heiseopen)

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Filed a bug b/o ISO8601 date parsing. Works in , but not in Safari (all 5.0.4). Covered in , not in .

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Yet another bug fix release for mediafragments.js: Object.keys wasnt handled natively by some browsers: http://bit.ly/e0obEK

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@kansandhaus OK, thanks. Makes sense now. Didnt think of that, sorry! Any chance you could get rid of /*comments*/ to have valid ? Thx.

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@kansandhaus Hi. Are there (technical?) reasons for escaping forward slashes ‘/’ in the @nytimes serialization? Thanks!

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Thinking in (part of RDF WG charter http://bit.ly/hpBbRV), I think more|less @nytimes JSON http://bit.ly/gibiVo //CC: @webr3

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RFC4627 (, http://bit.ly/fP18n9) says nada about comments. Yet the @nytimes has /*some*/ http://bit.ly/gibiVo @kansandhaus

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