It is kind of amazing, I posted a review of PC-BSD 1.2 and people occasionally still post comments on it lol. I think I'll do some thing similiar when PC-BSD v2.0 is released, will be a good chance to take a look deeper into KDE4.
Hit over the Library today and checked out the Lama book (Learning Perl), I figure I've been using Perl for a lot of odds and ends lately. And I may as well inhale the book a bit since I'm usually finding myself skimming manual pages, perldoc'ing, and STFW'ing for any thing I don't remember. Hmm, I think Perl was my second programming language but I never went to deep into it back then.
Also pulled a few on PHP, dunno if I'll have time to read them and I *hate* PHP even through it is a language I've had to employ on more then one occasion. I was also lucky enough to find a copy of the Art Of Computer Programming, Volume 4, Fascicle 4. That will make for a bit of an interesting read. If I had the cash, I think I'd love to get all of the volumes that have been published. Considering that Donald Knuth is like 70 years old and the first volume was published ~1968, I don't see how he can possibly live long enough to finish TAOCP when there are at least 2 or 3 more volumes left... but I'd love to read'em some day!
Never really been a big one for computer related books, I'm more of a Science Fiction kind of guy. But hey, I could live at the library xD.