Marathon, Mark Two
Last year, I blogged after an extraordinary event:
Craig Cmehil hosted a 24 hour webcast – quite the feat! So how will he top this achievement in 2010? Well firstly, he has a few guests lined up that were not hosts last year, including Sue Keohan, my ASUG pal and SAP Mentor, Sandy Kemsley, a fantastic writer, commentator, Michael Krigsman, whom I met in Phoenix last fall and have followed on Twitter for much longer, Gregor Wolf, a 2008 SAP Tech Ed Clue-Train companion, and (including but not limited to), James Governor (“monkchips“) at 5:00 AM Eastern Time.
And that is just the line-up so far. I’m sure Craig has many more ideas germinating, not to mention what he’s been ruminating about for the past few weeks in his new
“Open Innovation” role at SAP. As in:
Me, I want to understand this sentence from Craig’s blog:
|For the past several weeks as I’ve been finding my ground in my new role I’ve had many a conversation with various groups about new ideas inside of SAP that are being worked on and helping to find not only uses cases but business value with them but also looking at things we’ve seen in the past from SAP Demo Jam events and Hacker Nights and giving a lot of thought to what parts of these ideas could be interesting when applied in different ways.|
For my part, I’m once again tunneling Craig’s show from the furthest reaches of the internet into the mainstream, corporate America big business enterprises through the channels of the America’s SAP Users Group, with an officially scheduled webcast:
Calendar page – registration required.
The official email announcement hasn’t gone out yet; as this is somewhere between a skunk works project and a community meet-up get together improv show, the agenda will evolve up to and through the last minute.
Maybe I’ll put together some video clips for Craig to show. He liked this one last year: