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Dean's top 50, Renee cla' ri fies and Lisa interviews me

Thursday, February 9, 2006: Lycos's Dean Tsouvalas, Renee Mazer of Not Too Scary Vocabulary and The Sacramento Bee's Lisa Heyamoto, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Thursday.

Previously: Kumbia Kings >>
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Tonight's notes:
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7pm PT:

Dean Tsouvalas, Head of Content for Lycos and the editor of Lycos Top 50 Searches, joins us live from Boston to look at the hottest searches online, including the RPG AdventureQuest's DragonFable, actor Jodie Sweetin and the Kumbia Kings, with poker as this week's most searched for term.



8pm PT:

Renee Mazer, vocab vixen and author of Not Too Scary Vocabulary, joins us live from Philadelphia to talk about vocabulary skills and how they've been declining, as well as how her CD series (Not Too Scary Vocabulary) and methods break through to today's students by speaking their language, and making them slightly uncomfortable with the subject matter in the lessons. Who else could use boobs to teach the word "deride"?



9pm PT:

Lisa Heyamoto, columnist on the staff of The Sacramento Bee, joins us live from the California state capital to interview me on technology etiquette - how cell phones, iPods, voice mail, instant messaging and other new technologies are both used and abused by those who might otherwise act polite in public. Been to a movie theater lately?



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