Must Read
Sometimes, it's really hard to find good reading material in this huge world of information.

Below are some books and urls that I find very informative:

Digital Design
M. Moris Mano: Fantastic intro for anyone who is knew to digital design. Reviews @ Amazon

2 Dimensional Signal and Image Processing
Jae S. Lim: Solid introduction to 2 dimensional signal and image processing. Reviews @ Amazon

Web Usability
Jakob Nielsen: I have read 3 books of this guy and they were all great on website usability. More...

Thinking in Java
Bruce Eckel: Undisputed king of object oriented philosophy and programming. A must read. More...

The Visual Display of Quantitative Information
Edward R. Tufte: Check it out, you won't be disappointed. Reviews @ Amazon

Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
Philip Greenspun: If you are into web publishing, don't miss this book from the Arsdigita guy. Reviews @ Amazon

Revenge of the Nerds
Paul Graham: Although I've coded in Lisp, I didn't know that it was so superior. More...

What's So Bad About Microsoft ?
Timothy Macinta: Hype or reality ? What's all this buzz around Microsoft's practices ? Click here to learn more...

The Wisdom of Teams
Douglas K. Smith: In need of great teamwork ? Read it to learn what it takes to build great teams. Reviews @ Amazon

Out of Their Minds: Lives and Discoveries of 15 Great Computer Scientists
Dennis E. Shasha: Movers and shakers of computer science. Reviews @ Amazon

The Age of Spiritual Machines
Ray Kurzweil: Technologies which might turn out to be major technologies of the future. Reviews @ Amazon

Sacred Cows Make the Best Burgers
Robert Kriegel: Trying to be a good manager ? Don't miss out this one. An excellent resource for managers and others who feel their organization is caught in a rut and going nowhere. Reviews @ Amazon

Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping
Paco Underhill: Ever wondered why milk bottles are at the end of the market ? Read this book to gain insight on why people do what they do at shopping. Reviews @ Amazon

The Art of Color: The Subjective Experience and Objective Rationale of Color
Johannes Itten: Everything you have always wanted to know about color from the world's foremost color theorist. Reviews @ Amazon

Color Spaces FAQ
David Bourgin: A good explanation of frequently asked questions about color spaces. More...

Real World Color Management
Bruce Fraser: Explains color management from the theoretical level to how it pertains to the various elements in digital editing and printing. Reviews @ Amazon



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