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Start with something relaxed. There are introductions, O'Reilly's Head's Up series are often well rated by people starting out. Books and sites aimed at teaching programming to kids can be a good place to begin if you're self-teaching, it just makes jumping in a bit less of a baptism of fire.
You might want to view this course http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-00-introduction-to-computer-science-and-programming-fall-2008/ it's a decent course on how to learn basic programming.
I've done both MIT6.00 and Stanford's Programming Methodology and I'd recommend Programming Methodology. http://see.stanford.edu/see/courseinfo.aspx?coll=824a47e1-135f-4508-a5aa-866adcae1111
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I agree with lando. Try the "How to think like a Computer Scientist" in the reading list
For an adult learner, the text is very promsing.
I reviewed stanford's program long ago. Personally, I think the mit course is much better teaching programming rather than Stanford's program which I think is too language oriented, rather than basic programming fundamentals. If you want to learn Java then Stanford's program is fine; however, for programming concepts in general MIT's program seems much better.