Some cool people and places
Cool security papers, even if you
don't care about the area (``Why Cryptosystems Fail'' is
Jim Gray, assimilated
Interesting class readings.
Programming language exploration. Good pointers
to many different languages.
Tom Van Vleck: a multician expounds on building software.
Good essays on building large systems and getting code right.
The on-line Books Page
Stanford's online version of *all* of its tech reports.
This page is amazing: the scanned in TR's fit in a handful
of megs, go back to the 1960's, and include some wonderful
papers (the early algol definitions, Hoare's "Hints on programming
language design", etc.).
A collection of theory-centric surveys, papers and books.
Leone's page of people in programming language research.
David Cheriton. Cheriton is smart, weird, and ahead of most
Alta vista, killer app for
The language list.
Programming language critiques page. Cool papers.
MIT AI Online Publications. Has ``Lambda: the ultimate
...'' papers and a bunch of Rod Brooks et al
papers (``Fast, cheap, and out of control'', ...), which are
very cool even if you could care less about AI in general,
and robots in particular.