Hello again guys. The summer is coming up and for most of my friends this means sitting around and eating Haagen Das. For myself, though, I'd like to keep up with what I learned this year so I can avoid that really uncomfortable first two months of school where you're rushing to relearn everything you forgot. I'm a physics major and I actually start in on the backbone of my degree (mechanics) this fall and I just wanted to toy around with the subject over the next few months. It'll probably be best, since it gives me something to do during my job as a librarian :) I'm not sure if I should go full-out and start reading the textbook and doing problems, since I'll have to do that again in the fall anyhow. Someone suggested that I read some good nonfiction books on the subject to get some familiarity or go through the Feynman lectures. I'm not sure if either of these would be a good idea or if there's something that would be better, so I'd like you opinion. Bottom line; if you were a budding physics major and had a whole summer free to study the subject, how would you use it? Any particular books or materials that you would use? Once again, as always, thank you!