Great. Thank you, thank you for your time.
You also did something really interesting with how you were managing the supply chain for masks using technology. Can you explain that?
We’ve seen companies like Google and Apple now entering into agreement to provide contact-tracing services through their smartphones. Is this something that could help Taiwan? What have you guys done technology-wise to do the contact-tracing for the virus?
Contact tracing is a big thing for a lot of countries. Some are doing it very well, some are doing it OK, some are not doing it very well at all.
That’s fascinating. We’re still having problems with the toilet paper here, so maybe we can get some [laughs] learnings from that. You guys practice something known as radical transparency. Can you explain what that is?
How is that all coordinated? Do they have autonomy to respond to these things online, or does it have to go through one central person or group before things get posted or dealt with?
The joys of home studios.
All right, and I’m recording.
Yeah, it’s fine.
We use a RODECaster to record the audio for the radio show, and it’s independent of the computer that he’s using.
Testing, one two, three.
As long as he’s got good audio, that’s all that matters, and we’ll have local copies as well.
It doesn’t sound like it.
Mike, are you using the RODECaster audio?
No, we are going to publish the video. Stephen Fung, who arranged the interview, he is our editor, and he is going to put it together as a video podcast on YouTube.
…that’s Mike Agerbo. He had a major computer issue a little while ago, [laughs] so he’s waiting for Windows Update.