Carey Holzman

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Carey Leo 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 featured on the "DIY Garage" how-to series on the Newegg YouTube channel. He is also known for uploading content like technical support tips for everyday PC users and presentations that he delivers.

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