April 25, 2001
Michael Connell, doctoral student at MIT, talks with Todd about the computer programs he is creating which map the brain via neural networks.  He talks about mapping the brain to discover better ways to learn.

David Allyn is too young to have experienced much of the sexual revolution of the 1960's and 70's. But maybe that has given him a more interesting perspective on the era.  He's received praise from John Updike and others for his history of the sexual revolution and we'll talk with him about it.  His book is "Make Love, Not War; The Sexual Revolution: An Unfettered History".

Amy Taub, executive director of Creativity Explored, talks with Todd about her program where developmentally disabled people express themselves through art. She talks about the therapeutic nature of the program, and how the artists can earn money by selling their work at galleries and art shows.

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