Back in the day one could go into Waterstones or similar bookshops and be able to browse a range of computing-related books aimed at professionals or university students. Some would have been mainly educational - such as Agile Web Development with Rails and others maybe somewhat historical The Soul of a New Machine
I guess I could browse Amazon but it is not the same as being in a bookshop. In a shop your eyes can quickly flit over a huge range of topics and have your attention caught by something you would never actually search for.
So I am reaching out to you guys in the hope that some of you may have some suggestions for books related to computing that are interesting to read. The only limitation I will impose is that I am not really interested in biographies unless they are mainly about technology. Who someone went to school with has little interest.