Check out the mini-challenges
- Book Organizing at Cover2Cover was interesting and I plan to check out BookMooch as a way to find new homes for books I am done with. The post included a link to a fantastic article on Culling your TBR list.
- Aloi from Guiltless Reading did a post on making a book map (using Google maps) which seems like a very cool thing that could be part of several different projects, some work-related, some not.
- Doing Dewey challenged us to check out Riffle. I set up an account and made a short list of NH Mysteries to see how it worked. It could be useful for creating blog-able lists.
- I did the Google+101 challenge Amanda Shofner posted last year. At some point I want to check out this year's Google+201. Check out my Google+ profile which is much more complete than it was.
I made enough progress on Queens of Crime that I decided to go ahead and publish it. The Agatha Christie title list is still under construction, but the other 3 are pretty well set.
Review my big list of stuff to do and see what I can cross off
I started my Bloggiesta weekend by reading through the list and updating what had been done or decided against. I didn't actually complete anything new from the list, but eventually I will get there.
Back up this blog and Urban Quilter
I got this done on Saturday morning, including exporting a file of all my GoodReads books which I try to do periodically. After the last Bloggiesta I set up a routine to regularly back up the blogs I write for work (and posted the directions I follow) which has worked really well. I need to get a routine in place to back up my personal blogs which hadn't been done since last fall. I added a recurring task to my asana which I hope will help.