This was just an interesting little thing I saw on Boing Boing: KnitML. Basically an XML markup language for describing knitting patterns in a consistent and generic manner. A long time ago, I used to knit. I also sew, cook, and do home improvements, but I never thought about doing a generic manner. So, I think it is one of those seriously interesting ways that technology and "old world crafts" as a friend used to call it, interact.
Now, I have done a PoetryML at one point, mainly for my poetry and to give me a nice consistent markup of the various poems I have written in the years. That kind of died somewhere in there, maybe I should resurrect it?
Na, too many projects.
Character Builder (10%)
World Builder (2%)
Kittah Break (0%)
Case of the Morning Zombies (Edit #1, 0 of 37 chapters)