However, there are a few tools on the "Big List of Online Productivity Tools" (http://lifedev.net/big-list-of-online-productivity-tools/) that I did like. I really like the "Joe's Goals" program because it is so easy I think my middle school students would find it useful as they learn how to set goals. I also like Dreaminder because I think the concept of sending yourself an inspirational message in the future is unique. There are a few on the list that I have used in the past that I love: MapMyRun and Pandora are my top two favorites. I have also used Google Docs, but I think the major downfall is that you have to sign up in order to view the document sent to you.
I like this list of online productivity tools MUCH better: "Best Online Productivity Tools for 2012" (http://theelearningcoach.com/business/online-tools-for-productivity/). It is shorter so it is less daunting. It also provides brief descriptions of each tool and, in some cases, background information, system requirements, and recommendations.