I thought that this was a pretty good interview too... not nearly so much of the interviewer injecting himslef into the process as some others.
Especially, I thought the wind up was good, (and it may have been a thing better to have had in the beginning of the show), when the interviewer gave TC the chance to nutshell an essential info-packet to take away. Three essential concepts: Open-mindedness, Skepticism, and "Love = 1/entropy".
A person could see how those would make excellent chapter titles, in a fresh book, for beginners. Just simple, direct chapters....giving an abstract description, why the thing matters, an operational definition, and, say, three concrete examples with various consequences attatched.
Since so many interviews seem to want to start out with "Tell us about TMI, first!", that also suggests a marketing angle. (I know, the marketing impulse here would not to be to sell more books, but to expose more idea to a wider group.)
So, TC could put together a ten minute you-tubey thing that talked about TMI specifically. Toss in some real tales, some speculation, a little about personalities and so on, a few "fun" items not seen nor heard of elsewhere. Then, to save time in an interview, TC can just say, "You know, here has been so much interest in that that I have put an extra video chapter on my website...", and that can function as a lead-in gateway sort of thing.
-just random morning brainstorming here,