A weekly fun chat on an eclectic selection of topics
Neti Pots
Neti Pots

This week we talk about neti pots, which are like tea pots, except you use them to pour water up your nose. So a little different.


Anyway, why would anyone pour water up their nose? Is it safe? Does it feel weird? All of these questions and more are answered on this week's show!


Industry Conferences
Industry Conferences

This week, we put on our lady pant suits and settle in to enjoy our complimentary continental breakfast as we discuss Industry Conferences.  Why should you care enough to listen?  You'll have to listen to find out.  Catch 22.


Artificial Neural Networks
Artificial Neural Networks

This week we break down artificial neural networks. This field of study has two of our favorite things: systems that aren't as complicated as they pretend to be, and diagrams with lots of circles and arrows!


Other important topics discussed:

  • A Hall & Oates & Ke$ha supergroup
  • Are neti pots a must or a must-not?
  • The inanity of childhood taunts


Stock Photos
Stock Photos

This week we push ourselves to the limits of excitement talking about stock photos! Our main focus is on our vote for the worst stock photo ever, shown above (or, if you're reading this in a feed reader, shown on the blog).


Also popping in this week is the estimable writer and comedian, Kevin Lee! He was once in a stock photo - a stock photo in which he got to burst through a wall with a pizza box, no less!



Fig 1. Kevin Lee's Stock Photo


Hedgehogs
Hedgehogs

This week, we're talking about Hedgehogs, and with good reason.  Why are we compelled to keep pets that can hurt us?  Why must we love as much as we do?  We don't have an answer, but we have a podcast.

IT'S HERE!
The totally-100%-non-biased graph as promised that finally, once and for all establishes without a shadow of a doubt, what is quantitatively the best pet!




By the way, we know you disagree.  We'd love to know how exactly.  Facebook, e-mail, twitter, there's so many ways to tell us we're wrong.  If you're curious, here's how we came up numbers.  Companionship was averaged from a pretty small survery with 0 being the least emotionally available and 10 being the most.  Functionality was based off of how many tasks the pet can perform for you (guiding, herding, fiber, etc.) that will not lead to the pet's premature death (i.e. fighting, meat).  Finally, maintenance is based off of boarding/mat'l costs we found online.  Argue away gang!


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