<pm>There is an incredible wealth of good stuff in the Wikipedia
on CS subject matter. It may even be a good place for the posts on CS theory to go. If not there, stick them in the PM Tutorials
I really like the two Tannenbaum texts we had in my CS courses. I wish we would have used all of his books. You may want to check them out. I read all of Structured Computer Organization in a few weeks, and enjoyed it immensely. This is not my usual experience with textbooks. His networking text is almost as good a read, but still excellent from a technical standpoint.
TGI says moo
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