One of the fun things I've been doing this last years is tracking all my reading on a GoodReads profile site. My profile's here if anyone's interested. It's a great way to catalogue your reading, follow trends and keep a record (although it won't ever replace my trusty List) and for geeks like me you can make some pretty pictures to show off the books you've read. This is especially good if you read a lot of books that you don't own, if you have an e-reader or if you get a lot of books from your local library*.
As soon as I've figured it out, I'll get a widget up on this page to show/shame what I read last year.
I just about hit my target of 60 books to read in 2012 (with a little bit of cheating - including speed-reading comic books to get through my quota as the end of December began to loom). I've set myself a target of a modest 65 to read in 2013, with a personal promise (ha ha) to read more novels and comics.
*Which of course, would be a legal requirement in my future vision of book-centric dystopia. Benefits would then be deducted for people who didn't check out a pre-agreed number of items per annum and it would be a horrible, horrible place to live. Judge Dredd would be on the scene to inform my ridiculous rules. You have been warned so at least try to act surprised when they march you down to the self-checkout machines.