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Computer Tech
    (March 9, 1963- )
    Born in Shaker Heights, Ohio
    Technology critic for Yahoo! Tech
    Technology correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning
    Technology columnist for the New York Times
    Author of the 'Missing Manual' series, a how-to series covering Apple and Windows software
    Wrote the books 'The World According to Twitter' (2009) and 'Basics' (2014)
    His middle name is Welch.
    He has co-written several editions of the 'For Dummies' book series.
    He was repeatedly criticized for ethics/conflicts-of-interest during his tenure with the New York Times.
    He departed from the New York Times on very messy terms in 2013, only to return to the newspaper a mere five years later.
    He has a wide range of interest, including magic, opera, and playing the harmonica.
    He’s a five-time Emmy winner for his work with CBS.
    He has hosted several programs for Nova.
    His 'Take Back the Beep' initiative resulted in AT&T shortening its voicemail instructions from fifteen seconds down to eight seconds.
    He has led successful exposes on major companies such Verizon and Barnes & Noble.
    He is a high-profile media commentator who has refrained from being a partisan hack.

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