Since I started this blog I have been devoting at least an hour a day to Go activities.
I have been reading http://godiscussions.com serveral times a day.
I have been working on go problems using the problems that come with the latest version of Smart Go.
I have also been working through the problems in "One Thousand and One Life and Death Problems".
I attended the NJ Open February 10th and 11th and managed to record all five of my games. I had a stronger player comment each of those games by uploading them to KGS in the Wings Go Club room.
I started an account at http://audiogolessons.com and have started listening to the Step By Step series of lessons. I am up to lesson five. I probably should have followed the advice of playing at least ten games between each lesson, but I was anxious to get going.
I have neglected posting to this blog, but I am going to make a greater effort to report my go study activities on a regular basis. I also want to be a little more specific about what I am actually doing to enrich my experiences with the game. This is likely to be very boring to everyone else, but it will provide me with a record of my study activities.