The whole family went to Barnes & Noble today and we spent about 4 hours in there ... I searched for information on fiction-writing, Visual Studio.NET, code-testing, and various programming languages in linux, but unfortunately all they had was surface crap ; nothing on MSIL or making VS.NET compilers, and certainly nothing on different programming paradigms ... except aspect-oriented programming ... unfortunately the book that explained aspect-oriented programming didn't give a clear definition at all, and instead chose to work around it, giving 'examples' and vague notions; at least, never a CLEAR and PRECISE visual and/or concrete definition, with the idea that only by the time you finish the damn book, you'll have an idea of what aspect-oriented programming is. I put that junk back on the shelf. I'll look the paradigm up online! Anyway.
I found some info on Lisp, Ruby, Perl, and Python, and that's about it.
Still it was great.