1. Get bored with the Diana so I can move on finally.
Unsuccessful. Still using.
2. Acquire 10 photographs through barter.
I acquired 29 photos through barter. Resolution successful.
3. Photograph for at least twice the hours spent watching TV.
As a rough guess, a roll of 35mm film lasts me about an hour, a roll of 120 about 45 minutes, and it takes roughly 2 hours to get through a roll of 220. Last year I shot 560 rolls of 35mm, 105 rolls of 120, and 110 rolls of 220 for a total of 858 hours shooting. I shot 2700 digital snapshots but those were quick hitters, probably around one every 12 seconds, which brings the total hours to 867. I often shoot multiple cameras concurrently so I should probably factor that in. I'm going to guess 10% shrinkage which leaves roughly 780 hours of shooting.
Calculating TV time also requires some guesstimation. I figure I watched one sporting event (compressed via commercial-free DVR) and two films per week for a total of 5 hours per week. On top of that I'll throw in 2 hours per week vegetating in front of miscellaneous crap. 7 hours per week adds up to 364 hours per year watching TV.
780 is more than double 364. Resolution successful.
Here are my photo-related resolutions for 2010:
1. Acquire and master one new camera.
2. Photograph for at least twice the hours spent blogging.
3. Self publish a book of b/w photos.