Haven't had much time to hack the hedge maze thing, because I did something I thought was pretty neat...
I made a small comparision of of programming language types. It explains differences between different sorts of languages... well, it's sillier than most explanations, but more interesting than "how to count from one to ten" in millions of languages. This has several implementations of That Ol' Silly Stutter/Feedback Algorithm.
The creation of this thing was fun. Well, mostly. I finally wrote a Perl version of the program. I made a Lisp version. I made a Forth version. I thought of making a Fortran 77 version but I screamed and ran when I saw the string handling capabilities of that language. I tried Haskell but just tonight spent good three hours trying to figure out how to take slices of arrays / substrings of strings, so I think I'll stick with Lisp for my functional programming needs, thanks.
And it got 2 cools and 11 upvotes overnight. Gives a warm fuzzy feeling™.