The bibliography was originally intended to provide a consistent way of referring to books and papers, and also to makes it easy for me to provide links to booksellers.
Now the remit has been broadened to include any other kind of resource which indexed by author, especially online resources.
If I write notes on a book these are made available here, though generally they are scrappy and insubstantial.
The main thing I would like to be able to do which connects with the bibliography is to provide help on how to achieve various things (e.g. defining and implementing a language and/or logic) which are practical guides linked to the best books to support this kind of enterprise.
This potentially applies to any aspect of building our new future, the bibilography should be oriented to supporting projects of this kind.
This doesn't require a change to the basic structure, but more subject specific pages with practical orientations.
I am at present re-orienting the bibliography to include information about any kind of online electronic resources which are best indexed by author.
This requires some changes to the style.
I expect this to make it much more useful for me, and I hope it will make it more useful for others as well.