The world generator is quite nifty (although I'd recommend ignoring the whole "society" and "biology" section as imagination and lots of research will out-do it). My only complaints are that there are substantial graphical artifacts over the world, and that the color system is hightmap-only (no rain shadows, no humidity or temperature checking beyond a simple "ice check"). Even so, it's a good generator to slap out a world upon which you can write plot, and I'm not aware of anything that can compete with it.
For anyone who likes to program their own name generators, my own system is as follows:
Create a very long list (~100 words if you can manage it) of "sample words" that have the right feel. An easy way to do this is to collect place names in whatever language or languages feel about right. Break these words into sylabels (or smaller). Replace all of the vowels in the sylabels with "_" and put the vowels in a pile. Randomly decide how many sylabels a new word will have and pick a starting sylabel, some number of middle ones, and and ending one (so the start and end styles are distinct). Replace the "_"s with random vowels. You can also make vowel sets, treating "ae" as a single vowel, etc. Create about a hundred random words and pick the ones you want.