Winning Slowly

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episode 8: 4.08: A Ghost in Singapore


John O'Nolan on Ghost, Singapore, international commerce, and giving the benefit of the doubt

Show Notes

We invite Ghost cofounder John O’Nolan on the show to talk about Ghost’s reincorporation in Singapore, what that means for them as a non-profit, and how we should think about these kinds of moves. We talk about everything from the specific details of Ghost’s move to the ethics of business tourism, and John basically hammers on themes we’ve been talking about all season. It’s fantastic.

Links
  • “Ghost is moving to Singapore—and saying goodbye to the UK” (John O’Nolan at the Ghost blog)
  • Stripe
    • Stripe Atlas
  • VAT
    • VAT-MOSS
  • Net neutrality in the US
  • FBI demanding iPhone unlocking under a law from the 1700s
  • “Singapore” – Freedom House Report
  • “Censorship in Singapore” (Wikipedia)
    • “Internet Censorship in Singapore”
    • “Media Censorship in Singapore”
    • “Human Rights in Singapore”
  • “Singapore Professor Denied Tenure, Sparks Academic Freedom Debate” (Wall Street Journal)
Music
  • “A Better Life” from Silent Moon by Supersmall. Used by permission.
  • “Winning Slowly Theme” by Chris Krycho. If you ever do a remix of this track, we’ll probably feature it on the show. (Seriously.)
Sponsors

Many thanks to the people who help us make this show possible by their financial support! This month’s sponsors:

  • Andrew Fallows
  • Jeremy W. Sherman
  • Jeremy Cherfas

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