Thanks to Wave I’m gunshy about recommending unpopular Google products, but I’ll say it: I really like Google TV. True, it’s not the king of usability, but once you get it set up, having a full-on tabbed browser with Flash support on your TV is awesome. It means you get to watch almost every kind of obscure Flash-based video clip and stream (with notable exceptions, of course). I bookmark web videos in my “to watch” Instapaper folder and Stellar collects videos my friends have favorited during the day, and I watch them on my TV in-browser at night. We also use it to Google/IMDB/Twitter search for actors, writers, and shows we’re watching constantly. It’s fun to watch Twitter search results fly by during live events like American Idol or a UFC fight; many TV shows have some sort of hashtag watermark on them these days, so if you’re watching live, that works too. Google TV desperately needs the Android Market on it and a ton more apps. But despite the need for a keyboard in your living room, a browser on your TV is an underrated concept.