Ten Things About Online Generators
Spin Andrew Bosley's The Brainstormer and get three random, interesting concept starters.
Conspire allows you to customize a random and hilarious conspiracy theory with victims, conspirators, plots, heroes and locations (or leave the fields blank for random paranoia.)
I never thought I'd look for (or find) a horse name generator, but guess what? Found one.
You can find almost any kind of generator over at Generatorland, like this Plot Generator. Or register and make your own.
For those moments when you need some emotional inspiration, try Julia West's Random Character Moods Generator.
Need some ideas for a Christian speculative fiction story? Try Where the Map Ends's Random Story Generator.
Short Story Ideas has a gender customizable Character Name Generator, a First Line Generator, a Random Word Generator, a Scenario Generator, and a Title Generator.
You can only generate 1 idea at a time (the # customizer doesn't seem to work) but don't let that stop you from trying out the Steampunk Random Story Generator.
Dear Computer's Story Creator allows you to input a subject word and read the results in English or Dutch.
The Story Idea Generator gives you two noun combinations to inspire (on my first couple of tries I got tomb fairy, breath shell, memory light and tornado heart, all of which gave me story ideas, so handle with care.)