A great addition, but hard to use "on the fly" without a laptop. It would make for a great and useful app, so learn programming and start creating.
I find your scenario generator to be an excelent inspiration when preparing mini adventures for my group. A fun idea I have yet to try out would be to use it to randomize a "quest board" (you know, as in all the computer RPGs out there) then let the players select a job to do. It would require a minimum of preparaiton from the GM and would allow the players to do "side quests" every now and then. Might give the players a feel of freedom to the game for the right players.
If (when?) you ever feel bored again you could create a "quest board" version of the adventure generator. It would be cool with an adventure generator that generates an employer, a (short) quest, a complication and a reward.
A "quest board" scenario generator for Operation: Fallen Reich (which is a really fun RPG by the way, so check it out) can be found here: http://www.fallen.se...llion-scenarios
Something similar to that would be a nice addition to your allready great scenario generator! And I would love to help coming up with stuff to fill it with (such as centre locations, basic plot, sub plot and main villain to use the terms from the Operation: Fallen Reich generator).