Hello All, Lately I have been pushing myself to learn how to learn better, and more effectively. I have been reading books, and listening to audio for help on this. Some of the stuff is sticking and I am trying to put my learning's to work. I want to learn Electrical Engineering concepts and Physics. I am looking to self teach this stuff. I don't know if I still want to go to school for Engineering because of the things I have heard and read about lately. I love to learn, and crave knowledge. I don't want to be robbed of my passion by going to a school that takes something I think is amazing and turn it into something I dread. With that said, I am looking for advice on some good beginner books for both physics, and EE. I want something with a good overview of both subjects. I am real good at seeing the big picture, and it takes a good book for me to be able to do that. I have searched Google, Amazon, Barnes and noble, and other book sites. I looked at the reviews on a lot of the books, and i did not find anything that was rated real good for beginners. One that looked pretty good was the Electrical Engineering 101. With this knowledge I am looking to engage on my own projects, and possibly even start designing systems for company's when I get real good. Thanks for reading this and I look forward to your responses. P.S if you have any good titles for self help learning books that you know of or have read, I would like to hear about them too. I am really trying to learn and get the best out of it.