Howard Baldwin


Howard Baldwin has worked as a writer and editor since 1977. His work has appeared in Stanford, Computerworld, InfoWorld, Macworld, PC World, PC Computing, the Seattle Times, the San Jose Mercury-News, and several inflight magazines and daily newspapers. He lives with his wife, a physician, and their two cats in the Silicon Valley.

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Middle Age Cranky at 100: Fine Whines & Muddled Memories
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 61,700. Language: English. Published: August 1, 2012. Categories: Essay » Author profile
Howard Baldwin isn't really a cranky guy; he just plays one in his blog. In this compilation of his first 100 columns, he wends his way with both humor and harrumph through the aggravations of 21st century life, but also touches on nostalgia, accumulated wisdom, and appreciation both for the way things are and the way they used to be.

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50s    60s    70s    age    aggravations    baby boomer    california    careers    corporate idiocy    death    fifties    growing up    humor    memories    middle age    nostalgia    pop culture    seventies    silicon valley    sixties    turning 50