I've picked up a few new books here in the past few days.
You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination
This book is a collection of strange maps ranging from altered views of the world to maps of hell to maps how people think. Interesting read to say the least. Also I was impressed by the overall quality of the book itself. It also features a "customized map created online" to which you can make your own map too, just click here: www.worldofexperience.com.
Next up is Linux in a Nutshell, part of the O'Reilly Books series. I bought this book because it seemed like a good start for someone like me to learn linux. I've got a pretty extensive background with computers, but not very much real experience with Linux. This book basically contains a very large command reference for Linux, although it does have some other chapters devoted to using different parts of some Linux distro's, the main function of it will be for looking up that obscure command I need and how to use it. For those interested I'm on a dual boot setup with Windows XP on a 60GB hard drive, and Fedora Core 2 Final on an 80GB. Also I have another 300GB hard drive used just for storage :-P