The essential guide to Dreamweaver CS3 with CSS, Ajax, and PHP / David Powers, Friends of ED, 2007
Here is a good introduction to web app programming using Dreamweaver. 720 pages, mostly well written text, with a few pictures of dialogs. Not many code examples. Recommended.
Master visually Dreamweaver CS3 and Flash CS3 professional / by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Wiley , 2008
This book shows pictures of Dreamweaver GUI windows, and tells you where to click. Likewise with Flash. It might be the quickest way to start with these GUI’s for some people.
Google Earth for dummies / by David A. Crowder, Wiley, 2007
It used to be that a GIS package cost thousands, and you had to attend university to learn how to use it. Now there is Google Earth and related sites that are free unless you want a pro version. Here is the user manual!
Google.pedia : the ultimate Google resource / Michael Miller, Que Pub., c2008
Here is a user manual for Google, and it’s a thick one! You might think you could learn everything just by browsing the Google site, but I learned several things from this book.
Planet Google : one company’s audacious plan to organize everything we know / Randall Stross, Free Press, 2008
This very readable book charts the history and prospects for the Google company. It is not technical, but it will interest anyone planning a profitable business.
Java : the complete reference / Herbert Schildt. McGraw-Hill, 2007.
1024 pages, Updated and expanded for Java SE 6. I wish I had time to read this.
Google advertising tools / Harold Davis, O’Reilly, 2006
Here is a fascinating book on how to make advertising money from your web site. Some programming knowledge is required to make use of this book.
Professional IIS 7 and ASP.NET integrated programming / Shahram Khosravi, Wiley 2008
If you are using a Microsoft web server ..
Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 in C# and VB / Imar Spaanjaars, Wiley, 2008
If you are using a Microsoft server ..
Linux system programming / Robert Love, O’Reilly, c2007
If you are writing the next universal db converter or such in C on Linux, this book is for you. Linux has many improvements over Unix, and this book is an easily read manual for them. It covers IO, process and memory management, signals, and time. No networking or pthreads.