1. I believe in the direction that events will be more and more in the center of enterprise (and other applications); we see it happening and we'll see much more.
2. Like Brenda, I am not sure that the phrase "enterprise 3.0" will catch, at the past there was an attempt to push "SOA 2.0" but it did not catch either, I think the world became tired from recycling the n.0 phrase.
3. "2 second advantage" is catchy, and may be true for some applications, but in some of them 2 second might not be enough to make a difference. In general there are two aspects: immediate reaction -- react fast (or faster than others); and proactive --- react in time to mitigate or eliminate future event; I am not sure it that if the Interpol will know about a crime 2 seconds earlier it will be enough time to eliminate the crime.
4. About NoSQL and relations to event processing - I'll write a separate post, it is an interesting insight that NoSQL is gaining traction.
5. Context as additional dimension -- I have written several times in the past about contexts, and am planned to deliver a tutorial about contexts in DEBS 2010; I believe that contexts are starting to be a major factor in computing.
It is good to see that the event-centric universe is getting more traction. More -later.