Web search at Google, previously Android and the Linux kernel, book author, Boston
Linux Kernel Development is a tour de force on hacking and understanding the Linux kernel. Now in its third edition and based on the 2.6.34 kernel, Linux Kernel Development is the definitive Linux kernel book. You should buy a copy and carry it with you everywhere you go.
Linux System Programming, subtitled Talking Directly to the Kernel and C Library, is Stevens for the Linux era. Replete with Linux-specific interfaces and insider knowledge, it is an essential guide for all Linux programmers.
Linux in a Nutshell, now in its sixth edition, is the authoritative user reference for Linux. Awarded "Best Linux Book of All Time" by Linux Journal's Readers' Choice Awards, every Linux user needs a copy.
I am Contributing Editor at Linux Journal.
I hack on the Linux kernel.
Android is a soup to nuts software platform, aimed at opening up the mobile world.
NetworkManager makes all forms of connectivity Just Work.
Project Utopia is an umbrella effort to improve the integration of the Linux desktop, from hardware up through application.