Yeah. I’ll send it to you right away.
They canceled my card.
They changed the phrases.
Well, I don’t have a key anymore.
Yeah, a keyholder.
I’ve sent you all the links we touched, maybe 30 percent of the links we touched. Do you want me to take a picture of you?
Got it, Kristen.
What is his name again?
I think it’s a university originally.
Something like this case, for example.
That is very cool because the collaboration meetings is gathering people working in the government and also we discuss on the certain issues and the social...
That’s a band...
Really? Sodagreen is coming?
There’s a point they will try to figure out if they’re actually making an impact in the world, and they can ask lots of questions to Audrey at the same time to get some feedback.
Sometimes you are working on something related to social enterprise or social innovation. People always try to, if they have problem in their business, in their project, or in their NGO, relate their project to some kind of SDG goals from the UN.
It’s nice to be so close to a digital minister. Open office hour is very crucial because they know they can book the hour from Audrey, for an hour, just asking lots of questions.
It’s known as a place, like the third point is very interesting. I always talk about food, time, and space, but the third point is for you to say. The fact that you’re there, people know, "This place is where I could bump into Audrey Tang."
"The great Internet."
He’s always everywhere. He’s always going about all the rooms and offers the food.
He’s always there.
I totally agree.
There’s one there tomorrow.
It was just two years ago we were here.
Yeah, she did a presentation in Madrid a few weeks back.
We can open a window.
Yeah. Yes, it’s definitely like that. It’s a Taiwanese craft site. People make craft and sell.
I’ll dismiss myself.
Thank you so much.
We’re going to do some experiment on that.
I remember you mentioned maybe some suggestions you want to send to pol.is team, and if that’s the case, I would probably do that, as well.