Short answer: Pretty well.
Remember all those commitments I made at the beginning of the year? I haven't managed to meet all of them, but I'm making the effort and accomplishing a decent majority of everything I set out to do. Hooray! Detailed breakdown follows.
• post a new 512 Words or Fewer story (text and audio) every Friday
I've met this 100% and am very happy about it. I only came close to missing my deadline once, and I was even ahead of schedule last week. You can expect to see more trunk stories and novel excerpts if I ever get too busy or lazy again.
• finish "Freefall: No Fate" - post a new chapter every month
I finished two chapters in three months, so I'll call this one 67%.
• 1 NEW short story submission to pro/semi-pro markets every month
This one, I need to improve. I finished one short in January and two in February, but the latter pair were for my Clarion application, which was rejected, and they're now being critiqued by my VPXII peeps prior to another rewrite pass. I need to write at least one new story this month.
• critique 1 VPXII classmate's story per month
I slacked off on this for a long time and then critiqued three in March, so on average I'm doing okay.
• finish 2nd draft of Waypoint Kangaroo by end of March
Well, that didn't happen. I'm still working on it, but at this point I'm leaning toward starting the agent query process and sharpening up the first three chapters just so I can get the ball rolling before mid-year.
• do Script Frenzy in April
• upload all home videos to YouTube
Still doing this most Fridays. I'm prioritizing longer videos so I can get them uploaded before Google Video turns that off, and I got sidetracked in February with editing the GC Summit stuff.
It turns out that most of my old VHS tapes are marching band performances from high school. Here we are in the 1992 Rose Parade (scrub to 1:36 for my close-up, Mom):