Now I have two new good books to read for this New Year. The classic Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs/SICP and To Mock a Mockingbird (Raymond Smullyan), a humorous introduction to combinatory logic with the help of interesting puzzles.
SICP was used as the textbook of MIT's old introductory programming class 6.001. Later this class has been replaced by 6.01, which uses Python. It is also known as the wizard book beacause it features the image of a wizard on its cover page.
Well. Afterall, its time to say good bye to 2010 and welcome 2011.