We've gathered quite a bit of resoures here, and inspired by this thread, I figured it was time to create a single meta-thread for newcomers.
The order here is not random. I did what I could to put everything in probably the most comprehensive arrangement, listing the links in the best order for introduction and progression.
[shortcut for this thread: http://tinyurl.com/BeginnerThread]
Forum Welcome: tips and how-tos
One Book for Capitalism
Three questions from a clueless high school student
The 30-Day Reading Challenge
Guides and Knowledge for your Intellectual Journey
Austrian economics links at Mises WIki - (all the relevant links to "what is Austrian economics?" "What should I read first?", etc.)
Recommendations for first books (separated by subject matter)
What Libertarianism Is
What Libertarianism is Not
What It Means To Be an Anarcho-Capitalist
How I Became A Libertarian (from I Chose Liberty: Autobiographies of Contemporary Libertarians)
The road to Austrian school
How did you become a libertarian?
Post your "political past"?
How were you first introduced to Austrian Economics?
Does anyone ever wish that they never discovered AE?
How do people become anarchists?
The Story of My Conversion to Liberalism
New member of the community - hello! glad to be here.
"I'm in a debate somewhere on the Internet and I need help"
What you should be doing
To Any Who Were Once Apathetic: What Brought You In?
A model of the liberty message...this is what you can be
This is what you can do with OccupyWallStreet
How Would You Teach Capitalism?
Why Ron Paul is so effective
Recommendations on policy when dealing with newbs/statists.
Details on best practices
Pamphlet content recommendations
Stuff we can do
Category:Argumentation (basic points to refute common arguments on common topics)
Libertarians are heartless
You use government services. Hypocrite!
You're a dumb, extreme right wing, fox news brainwashed, revisionist history racist!
Self-Ownership? (resource list)
What would you replace it with?
Political theory and practice
The U.S. Constitution
Epistemology & Methodology (Praxeology playlist)
*Austrian economics "refuted" threads*
Austrian Business Cycle Theory (ABCT)
Permanent Keynesian Refutation Thread
Efficient Markets Hypothesis (EMH)
"Socialist countries like Sweden and the USSR are economically successful"
Economic science, models, & forecasting
Trade & deficit
Practical Applications of Austrian Economics (investing)
Chicago School vs. Austrian School
Supply-side / "trickle-down" economics
Stimulus & "the multiplier"
Money & Banking
*Interest rate threads*
Interest rates & ABCT
Fiat money advocates, aka "Greenbackers"
Fractional & full reserve banking & the Federal Reserve
*Nuclear weapons threads*
Should a Starving Man Steal Bread?
*Externalities threads* (including "global warming/climate change")
resources on Public Goods at Mises Wiki
Courts/Law, Security/Defense (Free Society reading list & threads)
Science, research, & technology development
But what about roads and schools?
Can the free market provide for the needs of the handicapped?
How To Rescue a Child (without the State)
Market function & regulation
*Insider Trading threads*
Oil/Gasoline Prices & Speculation
Stock price manipulation
Monopoly & Predatory pricing (aka "commodity hoarding") (Antitrust; the Microsoft case)
"Natural monopoly"  
Free market environmentalism
Intellectual Property (IP) and innovation [shortcut: http://tinyurl.com/ipconcept]
The Great Depression, the New Deal, and WWII
The depression of 1920
The 2008 crisis
Austrian economics and university
"Please Enroll Responsibly: Avoiding Indoctrination at College"
Recommendations in considering "higher ed"
Libertarian Child Rearing
Montessori, Peace, and Libertarianism
Do you teach your children Austrian Economics/Anarcho-Capitalism?
What is the libertarian view on homeschooling?
Education and voluntarism
10 Problems with American Education & How to Fix Them
From Minarchism to Anarchism in Ten Easy Steps: A Guide for Constitutionalists
Libertarian/Anarchist Relational Chart
Still don't know where to get started?
Watch these, in this order: