Carey Holzman

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Carey Holzman (born June 23, 1968 in Detroit, Michigan) is an IT professional, author, freelance journalist and former co-host of Craig Crossman's nationally syndicated radio show, Computer America.[1] Holzman was the first US journalist to bring media attention to the leaking capacitor plague.[2] Holzman was the author of the first edition of The Healthy PC by McGraw-Hill (ISBN 9780072229233), and is a regular contributor to CMP Media's TechBuilder site and Tom's Hardware Guide.[citation needed]

He earned his bachelor of computer science from Harvard University and his MBA from Fuqua Business School. Carey has a Master's degree in Metaphysical Science from the University of Metaphysics.

Holzman is the author of The Healthy PC by McGraw-Hill/Osborne, and is a regular contributor to CMP Media's TechBuilder site and Tom's Hardware Guide. He also owns and runs a weekly podcast named Tech-Vets with co-presenter Mike Smith, which informs listeners about the "trials and tribulations" of running a computer repair business.

Carey also has a YouTube channel where he uploads tutorials on how to build computers. He is also known for uploading content like technical support tips for everyday PC users and presentations that he delivers. If you want him to build you a PC it will cost how much the parts cost and $125.

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