Dr. Kiki on FNPL Episode 26.

May 10, 2008

I’ve talked about how much of a fan I am of the show popSiren.  So you can imagine my delight when Kirsten Sanford (a.k.a. Dr. Kiki) agreed to appear as a guest on Friday Night Party Line.  The experience can only be described as a confluence of awesome.  Dr. Sanford is a brilliant individual who has a knack for translating complex concepts into information anyone can understand.  She definitely raised the standard for FNPL.

This is inspirational and we are going to continue to seek out guests on the show to continue the tradition she has started.  Look for new guests to appear on the show in the coming months.

Our regular hosts tonight are David, Ray, Scott, Rym, Howard and Thaed.

Here are the topics:
1. Using multiple internet identities.  Is there a way to safely merge them
if you have a job where they care about what you do online?
2. What do you think about this article on The Great Filter Theory?
3. What is the most efficient way for a human being to absorb information: Video, audio or reading?
4. The Twitter revolution.  Penny Arcade covered it so it must be over,
right?  Are all the tweets just mayflies enjoying their one day or this an
enduring social phenomena?
5. What the hell happened to Ben Stein anyway?
6. How do you pass the time on airplanes?
7. Recently a guy in Pakistan used hypnosis instead of anethetic for surgery on his hand.  Is this fake?  Is hypnosis real?
8. Software Mnemonics.  What do you think about Evernote, Jott and Remember the Milk?

Site where you can find more information about Scott & Rym:


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Email Thaed at thaed@cox.net
Direct download: FNPL_26_final.mp3


2 Responses to “Dr. Kiki on FNPL Episode 26.”

  1. interesting site with lots of great subjects. fasinating!

  2. Midget Says:

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Midget.

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