This video is an introduction to TaskBomb, my task scheduler app. The video briefly discusses the app's major features and how to automate toggling WiFi and Sync.
TaskBomb is my task-scheduling / automation app for Android. It can theoretically do anything your Android device can do. It gets a little trickier in practice, but it's being rapidly improved. There's already enough functionality to build one great alarm clock. My personal alarm includes waking up to streaming radio (or a backup if that fails), having the volume gently increase, and switching to a playlist of nostalgic songs to get me out of bed if I still haven't after 10 minutes. 
With the announcement of Android@Home and the Android Open Accessory API this app comes just at the right time. TaskBomb's unique scheduling system is well-suited for automating things around the house. Imagine a space heater that begins making your bedroom toasty and warm 15 minutes before you wake up to your favorite internet radio station. Meanwhile your curtains slowly open to let the sun fall on your face. You hit the snooze button on your Android phone to delay the music for another 9 minutes while you lay back in the sun like a happy cat. The possibilities are endless.
1. The nostalgic songs thing works by the way. It gets my heart racing and before I know it I'm wide awake. I try to only use it when I really need it, like the Philadelphia Flyers and Kate Smith. If you try this method, here's a song you might want to add to your playlist.