What's in your Android's dock?
Well, after reading that Google Refers to the dock as a "Hotseat", I want to know is, what's in your "Hotseat"?
On my phone, I'm using Holo launcher (The pro or + version) with a three page, 6-icon dock. The main page of the dock has the camera, (because my shutter-button doesn't work) a 1x1 weather widget from HD Widgets, an ICS-settings icon themed shortcut to Home-switcher, (I'm a launcher addict. I've used every launcher on the Play store, but I use ADW EX, Holo Launcher, MiHome, TSF Shell and VTL Launcher. Power Strip and QuickDesk only semi-count) My app drawer icon, K9 Mail and a folder with all of my communication apps, like ExDialer, GO SMS and Google Talk.
The second page of the dock is composed of 1x1 settings widgets from the widget SwitchPro. Lock screen, sound levels, battery percentage, WiFi toggle, speaker on/off and brightness toggle, to be exact. The third and final page of my dock is made up of shortcuts to websites like Longreads, The Feature, The Browser, Longform, DroidGamers (I write for them, go to the site please!) and the Verge (Probably soon to be replaced by the official app!)
On my tablet I have a one page dock (Nova Launcher Prime yo! I can change the homescreen accents from ICS-Blue to Gingerbread-esque green.) which contains the following. Clipper, Tweetcomb (though I also use Boid, TweetCaster pro, Plume and TwitHaus.), Google Drive, Tasks, Google Voice (Tablet voice calls.), the ICS People app, PocketCasts, Currents, Chrome, Camera, Evernote and a shortcut to the recent apps button, for portrait and one-handed use.
There you have it, the docks from my Android tablet and phone. Occasionally I use something like Wave Launcher or Floating Widget. Applications!