This article is in fact the second part of a larger planned series. The idea is to present more depth than a "quick refresher" that seems to be common to a lot of blog posts, but far less material than would be found in a 10-week (or single semester) undergraduate course.
Thanks for the Stanford link. I'll check it out.
"It seems the reviewers who think this book is wonderful for non-math majors are math majors!"
...I of course expect that any popular book will have 1 star reviews, especially by people who had a hard time with the material. Anyone have thoughts whether the Strang book is better as a supplement to other texts in coming up to speed on Linear Algebra? Other book recommendations?