I labor away here, and I put up records of the 13th Age games we have been playing. If people enjoy them, that's great, but really they become my notes and records for my campaign. They are in no way polished.
If I had more time (and perhaps more talent), I would do something sophisticated, because I admire the heck out of people who elevate write-ups through multiple character perspectives, add illustrations, and generally do way better than me.
A couple that I have really enjoyed include:
Brooklyn Encounters: Murder in Baldur's Gate
This blog captures the 13 sessions it took to play through this adventure. It is beautiful to look at and a pleasure to read.
Eberron: The Winter Coalition
This is the chronicle of an epic ongoing campaign. I think it has been going about three years. The write-ups are sometimes from a third person narrator (presumably the Dungeon Master), but most entries are character entries, narrating what happened from a particular character's perspective. I love reading the write-ups. I never knew much about Eberron (it came into being during a long interregnum when I was not playing or paying much attention to D&D), but man, I would love to play in Eberron in this campaign. There are hundreds of ideas to steal from the write-ups, and it is inspiring from a player/character develpment point of view, as well as from a Dungeon Master/campaign creation point of view. There is quite a back catalogue of entries, but it is well worth reading!
So, I think I have sung the praises of Hunter Black before as a source of inspiration. I continue to be a big fan. If you are not reading this web comic, why not!? The team that writes, draws and letters the comic is outstanding, and the writer draws from his long experience with Dungeons & Dragons to inform his Fantasy Noir setting and characters (in the best way).
This too has an extensive back catalogue of panels to read, but every one is worth it.
Finally, yesterday I somehow managed to stumble onto Skullkickers. I may be the last guy to know about this low fantasy web comic, but it is gorgeous, action packed and funny. So far (because, again, huge back catalogue) two no-name, amoral mercenaries, a big human with knives and six shooters, and a stocky red-bearded dward with twin hand-axes generally kick butt, take names, and win and lose fortunes as monster killers. Their (mis)adventures have been very entertaining. Apparently, later in the series there is a bit more gender balance in the storylines, but I can't eveluate that yet.
What I can say is that Skullkickers is very entertaining, and again full of interesting ideas to plunder. If I am not the last person to hear of this comic, go and do yourself a favor and take a look!
That's all for now. Go play games and have fun!