To use notes written on the inside of your hand as a reminder of points to be covered during a speech. This method is mostly used as an aid when inadequately prepared to speak to the public. Named after its most notorious user, former Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
George: "I keep forgetting to mention lower costs and access to more people for my speech on universal health care coming up in Speech Comm 105 next period."
Richard: "Just palin the two points. No one will notice."
George: "Good idea. Do you have a pen I can borrow?"