MediaBLITZ posted this link awhile ago: http://www.cardschat.com/showpost1787736-post18.html
that article has some gr8 advice to get you started then i would also recommend Professional No-Limit Hold 'em: Volume I by ed miller.
generally it's best to just stay out of the way of any aggressive players. if your table only has one player like this then it's usually not a big deal. if its full of LAGs then find another table.
position is going to be important against these players. i've heard others say they like to have LAGs on their left so they can raise them out of pots and isolate the loose passive limpers but against a tricky LAG i prefer to have position.
i don't want to be OOP to a LAG calling my raise preflop and floating my c-bet with air. it turns an easy game into a guessing game.
try to sit on his left and 3bet him with your value hands.
hope this helps.
edit: when you move to get position on these aggressive players just say "seat 7 (or whatever) is lucky for me"