So, here's a really cool digital map projection system for use with D&D. The problem with most maps is that the players are only supposed to see the portion that they've explored, which forces the DM to either describe where the characters are and have a player draw a map on the fly, or the DM constantly redraws a map for the players, which can be annoying. I really like this idea. The site it's on seems to be a very good resource for D20 stuff, too.
So, I'm reading Magician: Apprentice by RaymondE. Feist. It is very very good. It's got such a sense of adventure and excitement that I find lacking in much fantasy today. It's also the beginning of his Riftwar Saga.
I also made almond butter today. I'm a culinary ninja. You won't even see me coming, but my food will be tasty.