This stuff is amazing. I looked at Tada lists. This is great. I am a list person so putting the lists in something more permanent than scraps of paper is a good thing. For work I could see setting up a list of all the things I need to do when making arrangements for the Food Safety classes. A master list would work, since the items are the same for all programs--find location, check with contact person about: room set up, AV equipments, refreshments, send brochures, send news releases, send confirmation letters and maps and text books, make final arrangements with the site. etc. I do all these things so the list wouldn't necessarily be shared. The Extension Educators might use a shared list as they pack to go teach the classes, especially if they are not in the same office and coming from different directions so they won't be car pooling. They could have a generic list and as one packs her part of the materials, teaching supplies, etc. she could check it off the list so the other instructor would know it is taken care of and that she doesn't have to bring that item.
On one of the sites (Google Docs I think) someone used the list option as a way to do the grocery list and family members could keep adding until the list got printed off (or maybe they had a blackberry and can look at the list and change it even when the shopper is in the store.)
On Zoho and Google Docs I could set up the registration spread sheets for the Food Safety classes. If everyone on the team had the rights they could go in and see how many and who has registered for any given class. Currently we keep the Excel spread sheets on our center share, so co-workers and support staff here can look at the lists, add or delete people on the days when I am not in the office. The EE's from the other regional centers have to e-mail me or call to find out how many are registered. I send them numbers at the time registration closes and lists for their attendance rosters, but sometimes they want to have an idea weeks before the class if it will be a large class or small class so they can start printing workshop hand outs etc. If we had it set up on a program like this, they could go and check themselves.
Slide Share could be used as a way for one EE to develop a standard power point/slide show for a given program and the others could use it through the internet. Now they e-mail files with the power point to each other, burn them on a CD or put them on a USB stick drive. Having them on an internet site would allow changes without having to send the whole power point presentation again. They would have to make sure they had internet access at the site where they are teaching, which isn't always the case. It would also be a back up if they got to a workshop and for some reason the CD didn't work or the file accidentally got deleted.
We could spend all our time exploring all these new methods just to see what they do and learning how to use them, that we won't get our real work done.