I listened to this one three times, once during the initial broadcast, once during the rebroadcast last night (during a long walk .. love that!) and again online this morning. There's a lot chew on here. For example, Gellman said that Snowden believed that if Snowden were to become a "single point of failure" for the transmission of classified material (i.e., if he were the only one to have it) Snowden would be at great risk of being rubbed out. Snowden's been correct in most or even all of his assertions so far (Mike Rogers's and Saxby Chambliss's made-up denials notwithstanding).
It's also fun to listen to how Terry says goodbye at the end of the interview and try to parse out what that says about her relationship with the interviewee. She was warm enough to Gellman here, but couldn't quite wish him good luck. (Her interviews with Gene Simmons and Hugh Hefner are among my favorites because the sign-offs were so hilariously .. not warm.)
The NSA's packet capture ability is established. Will a future disclosure reveal packet creation, insertion, replacement and blocking?