No specifics right now, but it's hard to go wrong with O'Reilly. A few times I've seen someone review a book saying it's better than the O'Reilly equivalent, but not often. If you have a specific subject in mind, head to your local bookstore and browse the O'Reilly book on it.
[edit: One of these days I plan to learn to read. I suppose the thread subject specifies your desired reading material. :\
I'd still see what O'Reilly has to say, tho. ]
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