Yearly Reading Statistics

  1. 2010

    I track my reading on [Goodreads]("http://goodreads.com/tachyondecay"). It's a great way to discover new books and have great discussions, and I've gotten into the habit of reviewing the books I read so I can later consult those reviews to refresh my memory. Thanks to Goodreads, I also have access to overwhelming amounts of information about what I've been reading. Here is a small smattering of statistics about books I read in 2010.

  2. 2009

    This is the first full year <a href="http://tdecay.ca/gr" class="external">I've been on Goodreads</a>, a site that lets me track and review books I've read, as well as interact with other readers. Goodreads is awesome because you can do as little or as much as you'd like. I'm a little obsessive in my organization (although probably not as obsessive as some). For me, one big advantage to using Goodreads is that it offers a convenient way to analyze statistically my reading habits. Now that I have 12 full months of data for a single year, I can look at how I spent 2009--in books.