There's always a top list for everything, but this was the first time I'd seen the Top 100 Tools for Learning. I've only used 15 of the top 30, which tells me a) that I stick with what I know, and b) that I don't know very much. I'm guessing if I were to continue counting, my ratio would remain about the same for the whole list. I was surprised that Twitter was the number one tool for learning, as I consider Twitter to be more social than anything else, although that's also one of the tools that I've only used one time. In reading the brief descriptions, PowToon caught my eye so I opened an account and sort of tried it out. I think it could be pretty neat, and definitely have my students' attention, but it also seemed time consuming to make. So if I use it, I think it would be for something that I would use frequently, without needing to make a lot of changes to, like going over the syllabus, perhaps.