A weekend Blue Skunk "feature" will be a revision of an old post. I'm calling this BFTP: Blast from the Past. Original post January 6, 2008. In this update, I've stuck out the items I no longer use, italicized those I moved, and have added new ones in bold. Not as much change as I would have guessed, and most change is the result of now using both an iPhone and iPad...
Daily (or more)
Gmail (via Entourage usually) Now for both personal and school communications.
iGoogle - while it lasts
Squarespace (blog and website ASP)
GoogleDocs (both personal and work)
Facebook (OK, I admit it.)
Twitter (OK, I admit this one, too.)
Kindle app on phone and iPad
The Weather Channel/WeatherBug
The phone app function of the iPhone
Del.icio.us (Easier to look things up again or store websites in Evernote)
Messaging on iPad and iPhone
Camera on iPhone
SmugMug (a commercial variant of Flickr)
Zamzar (Not since it no longer downloads YouTube videos)
NWA Delta online flight booking
CoPilot Live (GPS app for iPhone and iPad)
I can use on Pain of Death
All things considered, I expect I am still a fairly moderate user of Web2.0-ish tools compared to most tech bloggers, at least one standard deviation from the norm of most educators. And like most of us, I see more and more of what I do move online, especially when using highly-portable devices like the XO and ASUS Eee tablets and smartphones. And I don't see the direction changing.
And like Will comments, the list is pretty Google-centric. Hey, even though they are evil, they provide useful and simple to use services. I've gone over to the dark side.
Readers, what's on your list? And how has it changed over the past five years?