One of my best friends, Matt Cutler, told me a while ago about the concept of the "Lazy Web". The basic idea was spawned (at least in Matt's description of it) from a friend of his who wanted to get some pictures of a local airshow. He figured, "Why should I take them myself?" Someone else will probably take them and put them on Flickr. Low and behold, the day after the airshow, pictures appeared on Flickr. There is even an official LazyWeb site set up now for this type of thing (I have no idea if there is a connection to Matt's friend).
Anyway - i'm here to offer you a direct Lazy Web interface right into SAPPHIRE 06. Jeff and Mike at SAP have provided a few of us bloggers with unparalleled access to executives, the show floor, evening dinners, etc.. Its really quite unbelievable. If you have questions you'd like me to ask them, please send them in (comments to the post will do just fine or you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like). In addition, if you're taking photos at the conference, please put them on Flickr. Please use the Flickr tag, "sapphire06". You can see all of these Flickr photos on the SAPPHIRE 06 Fliki page (Ross Mayfield, CEO of SocialText, our wiki provider, will probably roll his eyes at this spontaeous portmanteau). I have to hand it to SocialText, the feed integration with their wiki software is extremely cool!