Right now, not so much, and I couldn't be happier.
I've completed the installation and configuration of free wiki software at work, at least sufficiently enough to gauge feedback on it. If you're interested, go here to download it and try it out for yourself. ASPs running macros. Super easy. The built in page editor is super-klugy, at least when using the built-in macro tags, but once I configured the wiki to accept raw html, it became as easy as, well, a blog post editor in html mode. Upload image files? No problem. Attachments on the page? All too easy. Seriously, I'm being paid right now to do something that I already do in my spare time. As a hobby. Something I'm doing right now, in fact.
Yeah, work is totally teh 5uXX0r when you're having too much fun.
The boss came to me today and asked if I knew anything about installing and implementing web-based forum software for our userbase. I smiled a little smile. Sure, it's not like I'm an administrator for a forum right now or anything. Oh wait, yes I am. Nobody in my company knows PHP right now, so I again went for something using ASPs running macros. Easy enough. So that's what's on tap for the rest of the week. As with everything else in my company, you propose it, you own it. Oh Noes, administering a wiki and a forum, how will I ever...yeah, yeah. Too easy. Best part is, all of it is open source and free, which is important to a small company like where I work.
Anyway, when work is this much fun, it means less time to read the news at work. Oh well. I'm totally getting my geek on. Less status bar and more analysis, please.