I just got an email from John over at Roleplaying Tips. If you haven't signed up for his newsletter, you should definitely check it out. Unlike a lot of the products and websites that claim to be system-neutral and version inspecific, his newsletter definitely is. It's packed with a ton of great info, and you can get all of the past issues on the site. This is definitely a great resource that any player or DM should use.
Anyway, he's been collecting 500 city encounters for the 500th issue of the newsletter due out next week. Along with collecting, he was running a contest for the people who submitted. I sent in about 25 ideas a few weeks ago. Well, it seems that I've won a copy of The Keep from NBOS Software. Happy Birthday to me!
I used Fractal Mapper for a while a few years ago, and I enjoyed working with the program. I've had my eye on this software for a while, since I'm a huge fan of information management programs for taking notes. Unfortunately, I haven't had the money to get it yet, and I have been relying on lots of foldering and separate files for managing all of the stuff for my game. Now, in a few weeks, I'll be able to use this to start knocking things back in order the way I like. I'll do a full review once I get the software and put it through its paces.
EDIT: And I just realized how appropriate it is that I won this particular software...