I spent a good chunk of the day organizing my Google Docs page; it was becoming impossible to find anything. Whenever I came across a resource while researching something, I would tell the Google Viewer to save it to my documents page but that caused things to become quite cluttered.
The remainder of the day was spent reading Pipelining: An Overview at ars technica. It's mostly been review, so I don't have much to report. However, I did learn that a non-pipelined processor is also called a "Single-Cycle Processor". The article series also did a good job of explaining what a stall and pipeline bubble is, including a few interesting graphs.