Jane hart has made the PDF of her Top 100 Tools guide available for download. The guide lists the tools by popularity and by category. There is also an alphabetical listing. The resulting listing is, I think, very precise. And what was interesting to me was that the listing by category is essentially a snapshot of what we would think a Personal Learning Environment should look like - a web browser, an RSS reader, a personal start page, an email tool, and the rest. Each of the tools listed in the guide is linked to a page describing the tool, with comments from the survey participants. Visitors are encouraged (but not required) to submit their email to be notified when the 2008 list is created.