I managed to finish re-vamping the stories-in-the-mail tracking software. The new code tracks market payment more precisely and figures out a story's approximate market value . . . which is useful from a craft standpoint because the software suggests that I might want to trim stories down to the 5000 word size. It's also humbling; I mean, if I were an editor and I had to choose, would I shell out $500 for a 5000 word story from me or from Ursula K Le Guin?
Anyway, the software is a guide for where to send stories so I don't waste an afternoon trying to decide where to send something. It's also a back-up system for Duotrope.