While the campus community laments the imminent demise of the University Co-Op's Technical Books section, Jollyville-area newcomer ProTech Books has quietly risen to take the top spot. However, in a city where talk of "java" is more often about programming than a hot caffeinated drink, our readers pointed out that Austin's "B" stores -- Barnes & Nobles, BookPeople, Borders and '95 winner Bookstop -- are all well stocked with titles guaranteed to keep you Web wonks hunched over your keyboards well into the night.
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