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Monday, May 16, 2005
Topic A With Tina Brown: The Lady Begins Her Exit
From Gawker:
You knew it would be like this. The second she announced it was over, you just knew Tina Brown’s CNBC romps were going to get good......

Next, Tina challenged the veracity of Steven Johnson, author of Everything Bad is Good for You. “Okay, convince me,” she began. Johnson believes television and video games make us smarter by cramming in “more intensity” to every scene. IQ scores have accelerated in the past 15 years, he added. The conversation went something like this:

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