I finally got around to cleaning up my cube list and making sure it was synched between my Google Docs version and my cube mini-site. This has been on my todo list for a while and I’m glad to finally have it done. It will make it easier starting the new year off synched up and ready for whatever 2011 brings to the table.
If you are interested in managing your own cube via spreadsheet, I recommend checking out Adam Styborski’s blog The Pauper Cube, as he’s spent a lot of time crafting and tweaking his spreadsheets and knows his stuff. It’s also a great resource for those who either have or are interested in building a pauper cube and are looking for good card reviews. His reviews have brought to my attention hidden gems that I simply overlooked because they are sub par outside of a pauper format, but prove to be really solid when in a commons only format.
If you have any suggestions for either my spreadsheet or my mini-site, please let me know via Twitter or here in the comments. I’m open to any kind of feedback, really, so don’t hesitate. Until next time, cheers.