I’m : a programmer, writer, podcaster, geek, and coffee enthusiast.

Traditionally, when mentioning oneself and others, the rule has been to place “I” or “me” in the final position … More and more I notice people placing themselves first. Perhaps this tendency accounts for “Me” being used as a subject. After all, ours is a “me first” culture. Once I corrected an eighth-grader on this point. He looked at me in utter astonishment and asked “Why would I want to put myself last?

All Pronoun Cases Are Created Equal