I've finally gotten around to setting up a new GPG key for myself. It can be found on the keyservers, signed with my old key for those of you interested. The fingerprint is
CFB1 136C 6DD0 5BB9 D798 A78E 1CD8 ACDD BBE0 9A0F
The really cool thing about this key is I have it living on an OpenPGP smartcard. Such a card can be found from kernel concepts. This means that it's quite difficult for someone to steal this key from me. It will take a physical theft for someone to gain the key. The best a remote attacker can do is decrypt or sign a things as me while I have the card plugged into my computer.
As a warning, I wasn't able to generate my keys using the Omnikey or Gemalto USB keyreaders I have. I bought SIM sized smart cards so I can easily carry both the card and reader with me at all times. It turned out that GPG could generate the keys on Windows, so I ended up having to to do a clean windows install to generate the keys (which was promptly destroyed afterwards), it was a rather silly waste of time, but it did work.