Yes! Yes! YES!
Tom is spot-on here: you shouldn’t be afraid of writing about yourself …especially not for fear of damaging some kind of “personal brand” or pissing off some potential future employer.
If your personal brand demands that you live your life in fear of disclosing important parts of your life or your experience, the answer is to reject the whole sodding concept of personal brands.
Do things I write about my personal life threaten my personal brand? Perhaps. Are there people who wouldn’t hire me based on things I write? Probably. Do I give even a whiff of a fuck? Absolutely not. I wouldn’t want to work for them anyway.
Some interesting questions (and one or two answers) about how responsive design affects publishing on the web.
Matt is wearing his musical heart on the sleeve of the web.
Unqualified and unabashedly personal remarks on those bits of sound that make it all worthwhile.
In which I answer some questions about the making of Huffduffer.
How does an object’s character and/or behaviour tie in with communicating its purpose in life, how it looks and how it should be used?
Personality in software. Pieces of technology are people too.
A wonderful trip down memory lane to the amateur web of the 90s.
An interview with Veronica McGregor, the human being behind the wonderful MarsPhoenix Twitter account.
I know it's childish but I think this may be my favourite 404 page ever.
An ongoing comic on Flickr where the subject matter comes from the "missed connections" posts on Craigslist.