Would it be handy for high reputation users to have a live activity tracker available for moderation purposes? Not a tracker that solely tracks a tag or a question but a tracker that covers all activity. As this would be locked to high reputation users only there shouldn't really be a scalability issue...
Example events, which could be put in a one box style:
Person 1 asked question V.
A close vote has been cast on question W.
Person 3 started a bounty on question X.
Favorite A received a new answer.
Person 4 has commented on answer B of Favorite C.
Person 5 asked a question on meta.
Person 6 has edited question Y.
Person 7 has rolled back question Z.
This would naturally result in more smooth moderation, as we would be on top of the events rather than that they are hidden away in a summary in the tools section or by manually tracking questions. The above events are just merely examples, some events like roll backs might not actually benefit us and there might be other events out there that really do benefit us when moderating.
Of course this is just an idea, so I'm looking for thoughts about this and if it's good we can work it out further.