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In the space

Comprehensive list

We have a large number of dead-tree books. They're not all catalogued, so feel free to contribute to the following page:

Highlights of the books

Computer Science



  • A Practical Introduction to Electronic Circuits, Martin Hartley Jones (ISBN-10: 0521478790)
  • The Art of Electronics, Paul Horowitz & Winfield Hill. This is a personal copy so just ask samthetechie if you want to use it. Use it whenever you want, just treat it well. :)
  • Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits, Anant Agarwal & Jeffrey H. Lang
  • The Principles of Computer Hardware, Alan Clements
  • Unit 1 A-level Electronics Support Booklet, Ian Kemp (Logic, Diodes, Resistors, Transistors & MOSFETS, Outputs, Op-Amps, Capacitors, 555)
  • Unit 2 A-level Electronics Support Booklet, Ian Kemp (Sequential logic, Counters, Op-Amps, Amplifiers, Filters)
  • Unit 4 A-level Electronics Support Booklet, Ian Kemp (Communications, Radio receivers, Opto-electronics)


  • Applied Cryptography, Bruce Schneier


  • Beginning Arduino, Michael McRoberts

Natural/Spoken Language

  • Step By Step in Esperanto - For those who like their languages easy and constructed.


  • thejimmyg - Lex & Yacc book
  • marg Cobb - Bangkok 8
  • artag - teach yourself mySQL
  • AngrySpinach - Make: Volume 24
  • alecjw - london A to Z. i fancy going for a walk on my way home
  • Nistur - Compiler Construction: Principles and Practice
  • df - Computers under attack
  • andrewblack - uby best practices
  • AndHab - The Home Machinist's Handbook & Way Beyond Monochrome

On the web


Volume 1: Basic theory and preparations
Volume 2: Real-world projects
HSS can be better than indexable carbide tools for small work and fine finishes, as it wears faster but is very sharp.
also Sherline guide featuring diagrams and writing.

General hardware stuff