Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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March 3rd, 2014

Large-scale IP geolocation w/ Google BigQuery based on the CC-licensed GeoLite City tables from MaxMind: googlecloudplatform.blogspot.com/2014/03/geoip-…

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Hit by “Your system has run out of application memory” issue on : google.com/search?q=%22yo…, discussions.apple.com/thread/5474263… :-(

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@informor @MrGreenH OK, still great. Now all I need is a business reason to get me to New York ;-) Thanks for the invitation.

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@rtroncy Yay! I was monitoring @MrGreenH’s GitHub repo, so I knew what they were up to ;-) Looking forward to meeting the @seenco folk(s?).

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Before , paper at workshop Telling Stories from w/ Social Multimedia: @mediagalleries.

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Awaiting : poster on Bots vs. Wikipedians in track, paper on Weaving the Web(VTT) of Data in & co-running @wsREST!

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RubenVerborgh Awesome! All three papers I worked on accepted. Stay tuned for more :-)
thx @tomayac, @natadimou, @Miel_vds, @pietercolpaert!

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@abursuc Congratulations! Enjoy the new challenges coming with !

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~RT @bkeegan: A writeup of my analysis and thoughts about whether can predict wins: brianckeegan.com/2014/03/does-w… // Great post!

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@rtroncy We are on it. Again, it’s mostly a confidence problem and it’s rather complex for a tweet ;-)

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@rtroncy The biggest issue here is confidence. You don’t want to report people dead to $Google_Users_Count until you’re absolutely certain…

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