While the Fast Company article makes a quick read and links to the eight experts' blogs, not much new information was purveyed
Chris Brogan, Mary Hodder, Charlene Li wants to see portable identities across networks, as I posted in Neglecting Your Networks?
Tara Hunt posits a shift in how marketing should be more about customer interaction and empowerment and less about the message.
Rebecca Moore has an original idea to use mapping in times of natural disasters, and points as social mapping as a collaborative tool for grassroots organizations.
Nate Ritter sees technological innovation coming to the foreground as venture funding dries up, believes location based and aggregation tools will be refined as well.
Richard Yoo thinks it is still about trying to figure out what users really want and what they find most important. He also sees a shakedown of web2.0 companies.