Jordan Ayan, CEO, Create-It! Inc., in Chicago; author of Aha! Ten Ways to Free Your Creative Spirit and Find Your Great Ideas; former Dun & Bradstreet vice-president
Nicholas DiGiacomo, most recently vice-president and general manager, Innovation Centers at scient Scient Corp., in San Francisco
Jed Emerson, Bloomberg Senior Research Fellow, Harvard Business School, Boston; president of the Roberts Enterprise Development Fund, in San Francisco
John Hartnett, CEO and president, the Hartnett Design Group, a Minneapolis-based Web-design and -consulting firm; author of Making and Managing Web-based Training
Randy J. Hinrichs, group program manager, Learning Sciences and Technology Initiatives, Microsoft Corp.; author of Intranets: What's the Bottom Line?
Guy Kawasaki, CEO, Garage.com, in Palo Alto, Calif.; previously chief evangelist at Apple Computer and CEO at Fog City Software; author of Rules for Revolutionaries
Peter G.W. Keen, founder and chairman, Keen Innovations, in Fairfax Station, Va.; technology consultant; author of Online Profits: A Manager's Guide to Electronic Commerce. (For a review of his latest book, see " Book Value.")
Joanna T. Lau, chairman and president, Lau Technologies, in Littleton, Mass.; previously an executive with General Electric and Digital Equipment Corp.
Mark Leiter, venture capitalist; formerly the chief business strategy officer at Viant Corp., in Boston
Don Peppers, founding partner, Peppers and Rogers Group/Marketing 1to1, in Stamford, Conn.; coauthor of The One to One Manager and other books
Martha Rogers, Peppers and Rogers Group founding partner; specialist in customer-relationship management; coauthor of The One to One Manager and other books
Evan I. Schwartz, author of Digital Darwinism and Webonomics; former editor for Business Week
Mark C. Thompson, chairman, Integration Corp., in Mountain View, Calif.; former senior vice-president at Schwab.com
Omar Wasow, executive director, BlackPlanet.com, in New York City; Internet analyst for MSNBC; founder of New York Online