Most important thing I noticed: Set auto-rebuy to keep you at 100bb.
I think this is actually back to front, I started at the top of the page and worked down but your position seems to be going the other way. Anyway...
Hand 494748/Tc9c (limp fold)
Fold pre-flop. Limping isn't going to show a proffit here, and raising with this hand is bad because you're probably going to be playing post-flop OOP. Folding is better.
Hand 494752/Ks8c (BB check, pair 8 on flop and check to river heads up)
I like this one. Good spot to check it down. Call a reasonable sized bet on the turn or river if he bets (if he bets, which he didn't in this hand).
Hand 494753/KsJh (SB vs UTG+1 limper and BB)
I like raising pre-flop here. UTG+1 hasn't shown any strength, at these stakes his entering the hand from an early position isn't an indication of strength, besides, he limped. Raise to 4-5bb pre-flop and cbet any flop. KJ is way ahead of UTG+1's range and probably has him dominated, your only concern here is if BB 3bets you or something (and then it's an easy fold).
Hand 494783/4c4s (set mining opportunity)
Set mining is usually not a great idea, but here you have MP1 and button already in the pot, with UTG+1 having limped and possibly coming along too. Call and play fit or fold post-flop.
Hand 494794/AcQc (calling with overcards)
No way you can fold on that flop, you're getting odds
just to draw but I think you should treat his min-bet as a check and make your cbet. Raise it to 20c, in this hand it would cost you money where you probably lost the minimum, but you can't let him buy free cards with these min-bets. By calling you also turn your hand face up and show that your hand is weak, raise and if he's not concerned about your aggression then shut down and check/fold.
Hand 494803/Qd9d (fold or raise)
Folding is ok here because it's Q9s, but you're CO with 1 limper before you and a semi-decent hand, I'd be making your standard raise and taking the blinds/MP's call. If anyone does call then you're not in bad shape, heads up your hand (combined with your position) is quite good and if somehow you take the flop 3-4 handed then you've got a fairly good drawing hand (just don't play it for pair value).
Hand 494806/QsQc (good turn check)
I like how this hand was played. Turn check was good, river value bet with the two K's and 9's out there was kind of thin but definately good. At these stakes people will make hero calls with an A high when you take this line and you're basically looking for value from smaller pocket pairs. That he had JJ was nice, but you're getting vallue from 66-JJ here (excluding 99, extracting value against quads is a little too thin, I think). Anyway, nh.
Out of all of these hands there weren't any major mistakes, but the above hands I think offered more +EV lines. From this sample, you're playing very straight forward TAG which is never a bad thing and a very good option in the micro stakes.