New Sysadmin looking for books/sites/podcasts...
Recently I went from "the engineering guy who knows about computers" to "the IT guy who also does engineering sometimes". I have been a computer "geek" since I was 3 and a half feet tall and am mostly self/internet taught. I do have my A+ and I put about a year into my CCNA (high school) so I know a fair amount about networking and my home network is pretty complex (if I don't say so myself). My company knows that I am not qualified to be a real "sysadmin" but I have been handling about 95% of the various computer and network problem for about 20 users. I am first IT position this company has ever been big enough to afford and they understand my limitations but have given me almost a blank check for training. I am going back to community college (starting tomorrow actually) for basics and they do offer quite a few computer and networking related classes that I might look into.
In the meantime I was wondering if there were any resources out there for n00bs like myself. One advantage to my new role is that I have a little more down-time for training so videos, forums, articles and even podcast (if that is kosher here).