Here they are:
1. Global Community Computing - This theme incorporates such technologies and applications as Second Life and other online communities including those that are driving open source efforts, interactions amongst fans of products like automobiles and sites like chargerforums.com or skyroadster.com. In addition, collaborative research and development on other products beyond open source software and finally the impact on the global workforce as more and more enterprise support global mobile workforce such as IBM where a good percentage of the employee base have no corporate office to go to every day.
2. Green 2.0 - This theme incorporates such technologies and applications as decentralized IT, building automation, power conserving green data center, hacking your car to support biodiesel fuel, home wind power, etc. DIY energy/food/other climate related issues.
3. Consumer-Driven Business - This theme incorporates such technologies and applications as Facebook, YouTube, Seond Live, myHealth, component computing, consumer programming and hacking which is demonstrated by such sites as www.instructables.com. Consumers are now in control of everything and are influencing the directions of products in a more visible and collaborative way thru the internet. Also, as our new generation of technologists start interviewing at large corporations, they will be driving change like we have never seen before and most of them grew up on either open source or on building technologies and software in a much more collaborative way. I would call it the US Generation.
4. DIY Tech - The theme here incorporates technologies and applications as code toolkits, device modifications and hacks, counterfeiting, and creating your own services and communities. New classes of employees are now embracing technologies that the company will find difficult in containing.