I know, I list the category as a book and then link to Wil Wheaton's web site. It did seem the most logical thing to do though. I think that Wil's web site was the first blog that I ever read. I just finished reading Wil's book Just a Geek. Wow! I really got into this book. Wil talks about his life, his experiences with Star Trek (if you didn't know, he played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation), and geek life in general. The book is very well written, and really funny. (I kept laughing out loud while reading, and then would read various passages aloud to my wife. She would just stare at me a bit dumbfounded -- I guess I shouldn't have been interrupting her reading to talk about my reading.)
One of the things that Wil discusses is how he was bothered that so many people hated his character. I won't say that I hated Wesley, but I didn't really like the character either. Wesley became more "likable" once he went away to the academy. On the other hand, I really didn't like Will Riker as a character for a year or two either.
I guess what I'm really saying, is that if you like Star Trek, geek culture, or just want to read a really funny autobiography, I really recommend reading Just a Geek.