Dave talks to Dr. Linda Gromko, author of 'Where's My Book.' She has an honest and open conversation about sex education, specifically considering transgender youth.
MIT Professor Sherry Turkle says there is a new movement to return to actual face-to-face conversation. Because professors and students alike are finding that a pre-occupation with smartphones and multitasking has backfired - inhibiting learning, discouraging creativity, and causing the evaporation of human empathy. Professor Turkle lays this out in a book called "Reclaiming Conversation, The Power of Talk in the Digital Age."
After 20 years, Michelle LeClech has finally finished her book - the self-published "Paparazzi! True Stories of a Party Crasher."
Jeffrey Alan Miller, an assistant professor of English at Montclair State University in New Jersey has just made one of the most important discoveries in the history of Biblical research: a notebook by one of the translators of the King James Bible - dating to 1604. He talks with Dave about the discovery and its implications.