Tools are only useful when you can use them. Ever loose your car keys? Tough to start your car then right? This way the rpg tools I make can be used from anywhere I am. I also want the other players to be able to use them, no point in somebody else having to make the same tool? Enjoy.
Because of the OGL I have posted some spell macros using the standard roll20 spell template for DND 3.5, which looks nicer than the macros I was able to find online. Also they're very uniform, contain save DCs, and otherwise roll their variable results. These are great for making your campaign look more professional.
For a couple years I made fun and instructional World of Tanks videos. These videos were posted on my YouTube channel, and when I started I had an encouraging run. It looked like I was going to be able to make it into a career. Unfortunately YouTube changed the way it promoted videos. This lead to a major dip in my new traffic but I worked hard and started to make headway towards that goal again. YouTube changed their policies yet again, and at that I took a long break. When I came back I made new videos on a slow schedule for a few months and then YouTube changed it's monetization policy. I've had it with YouTube and there will be no more videos there.
I still work on videos from time to time as the voice behind the scenes. A real for hire voice talent... or something.