Linux only: The latest release of Linux app launcher GNOME Do serves up a helping of new plug-ins (including Google search and Remember the Milk), a clever "Docky" style, and much, much more.
Along with adding a bunch of new functionality through official and third-party plug-ins like Remember the Milk (which also provides task due alerts), TinyURL (paste in a URL, shrink it instantly), translation tools, Banshee and Opera support, and much more, GNOME Do 0.8 also fixes more than 100 bugs, including many plug-in problems. Memory usage has been knocked back, longer lines of text can be manually pasted into Do's launcher, and more file types get icon previews. The biggest news, however, might be what initially seems like a theme choice, but actually opens up a whole new way of using GNOME Do—as a dock:
"Docky" gives you all the functionality of GNOME Do, putting your as-you-type results in a bottom bar, but also arranges icons and utilities on a Mac-like bar based on how often you use them. For a full read on what Docky's about, check out the Docky wiki page. GNOME Do is a free download for Linux systems only. Tell us what you dig, and what you're still waiting to see supported, in the comments.