"I was a contract worker in Google’s caste system—and it wasn’t pretty"
"The Myths of Troy"

"Why the Hell Are We Still Reading Ernest Hemingway?"

I took a wild guess: because he's really, really good? (Even some of the "ponderous and posturing (silly, even)" novels!) And becuase he's especially appropriate for teaching high-schoolers and college kids some things about how to write better

Also on Hemingway: "Visiting Hemingway's Grave: A bittersweet summer drive through the mountains of Idaho."