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Roger Angell has been writing for The New Yorker for decades, and is best known for his essays about baseball, as well as for being the magazine's longtime fiction editor. (Angell is the son of Katherine Sergeant Angell White, the first fiction editor for The New Yorker, as well as the stepson of E.B.White, author of, among other things, "Charlotte's Web" and "Stuart Little.")

He's also 93 years old, and has just written a wonderfully frank and funny piece about aging for the current edition of the magazine.

This has nothing to do with business, but has everything to do with life. And death, I suppose, a subject that has been on my mind lately because of recent events.

If you have the time and the interest, I'd suggest you settle in and give it a read. It is entitled "This Old Man," and you can read it here.
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