Windows, Mac, Linux (Adobe Air): Group to-do list application KonoLive shares project tasks easily—with useful collaboration features like live discussions, Google Docs, and Box.net integration. Using the application requires nothing more than creating an account, logging in, and creating your tasks—which can be shared and discussed with other members of your team using the built-in collaboration features. Your tasks will be stored on the KonoLive servers, and can be accessed from more than one computer—although your data is also cached for offline access. The signup process automatically creates a Box.net account, or you can link to Google Docs for file sharing between team members—the Box.net integration isn’t optional, which is a little annoying—but otherwise it’s a very interesting idea worth a look for any team that needs better collaboration tools. KonoLive is a free download, runs anywhere the Adobe AIR platform does. For a simpler AIR-based to-do application, check out previously mentioned MiniTask; alternately, you might be more interested in integrating Remember the Milk with your desktop using previously mentioned Remember the Task.