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By Glenn Greenwald
No position to conceal is a groundbreaking examine the NSA surveillance scandal, from the reporter who broke the story.
Investigative reporter for The father or mother and bestselling writer Glenn Greenwald, presents an in-depth check out the NSA scandal that has prompted a countrywide debate over nationwide protection and data privateness. With extra revelations from records entrusted to Glenn Greenwald via Edward Snowden himself, this booklet explores the intense cooperation among inner most and the NSA, and the far-reaching effects of the government’s surveillance application, either regionally and overseas.
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As he sat there, gazing across the placid water dotted with lotuses at the foreshore and framed with willows at the far horizon, his silver hair contrasted with the marine blue of the robe to create a presence easily as striking as the garden itself. For a time he merely knelt, silently contemplating the view and listening to the metrical drip of water from a bamboo spout situated just at the edge of the steps. Finally he turned and picked up his sumi stick, a block of dried ink made from soot, and carefully began to rub it against the concave face of an ancient inkstone, till its cupped water darkened to just the proper shade.
Looked like it had. " He wasn't smiling as I headed out the door. Henderson, who could slumber like a baby when he was down a million for the day, didn't look like he had much rest ahead that night. For all my brave talk, I didn't either. Now that the rain was over, I wandered over to Fifth to look at the trees sparkling in the streetlights. And to think. If you're from West Texas, you love to see green things wet. Then I hailed a cab downtown, still with lots of unanswered questions on the subject of Matsuo Noda.
How, one might inquire, did all this expertise come about? To stick to materials research, if you think a moment you realize it's a discipline that actually must have begun in the latter days of the Stone Age. "High technology" in those times meant figuring new ways to use fire and clay to create something nature had neglected to provide. Not integrated circuits, but a decent water pot. And the Japanese have been making terrific pots for a thousand years. As it happens, some historians claim the very first Japanese pottery was made in the province of Tamba, near Kyoto.