The thing I make the most of is hot air, I guess...
My dissatisfaction with game-related media led me (with the ongoing help of many friends) to launch The Gameshelf, a TV show about obscure board and digital games. All episodes available online, along with supplementary information.
There is also Jmac's Arcade, a series of monologues set to video.
I write a lot. Well, maybe not so much as you, but more than most people, anyway.
I have coauthored two books about technology: Perl & XML, with Erik Ray, published by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. in April 2002; and Mac OS X in a Nutshell, with Chuck Toporek and Chris Stone, published by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. in January 2003.
I keep an online journal detailing my daily wanderings. It's more of an open letter to my friends, really, but kept public because I am never entirely certain just who my friends are, so I split the difference.
Speaking of the O'Reilly Network, a column I wrote about ComicsML, a proposed simple markup language for online comics, got a lot of attention when it was published in 2001. (I maintain a website about ComicsML, for what it's worth, but the project isn't very active due to me being way too busy with another stuff, alas.)
Random Essays and such
My report of sf27, a local Sci Fi movie marathon.
A zen-pop funny animal comic strip that I haven't worked on in years.