http://www.adel.nursat.kz/apg/Automated Password Generator can generate very nice, pronouncable, but still pretty secure passwords. Add a few punctuation characters, and you have a strong password that is fairly easy to remember.
An example of the output:
Please enter some random data (only first 8 are significant)
(eg. your old password):>
As a Serbian I can assure you there are lots of Feta products that are really declared as Feta.
This is your lucky day!
We will not make mayor changes to the service
I'm sure Rudy Guliani will be most pleased.
Have you heard about the 'Snapping Windows' plugin for Compiz? You can have that instead of Wobbly Windows and have them snap to each other and the screen edges.
Since the site is already slashdotted here's the link to the google cache page:
It's just so good I had to go back to KDE 3.5 after trying to find a good editor under Gnome.
The KDE4 version of Kate sucked when I tried it: try pasting a very long (several thousand characters) long string into it: it just hangs for seconds, sometimes minutes. I hope they'll fix it up along with the other shortcomings of KDE 4 (haven't tried 4.2 yet, dunno if this Kate issue is fixed or not).
Overflow on /dev/null, please empty the bit bucket.