Marcus Mears III
Marcus Mears III was the Reviews Editor for How-To Geek and Review Geek. His previous work has been featured on consumer tech publications like MakeUseOf and iGeeksBlog where he held the Junior Programming Editor and Senior Editor positions respectively. Mears has covered everything from Git and UI design to CPU and GPU overclocking guides.
Technology has always been a key facet of his life, from building computers with his sister in their childhood home to embarking on his career as a freelance writer in early 2019. Mears first established his writing presence by covering reviews and editorial pieces centered around the Apple ecosystem and WWDC, though he’s also a fan of working in Windows and playing around with SteamOS.
When he’s not writing or editing reviews, he enjoys studying up on front-end web and game development, playing the latest PC and VR titles, cooking new recipes, swindling his friends’ money in poker, and lifting weights.
About How-To Geek
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