I first read that as Q going silent for those days; 15th - 19th.
Future proves the past.
Looking back at 3078 and 3079...
3078 ends with “Think days”.
3079 ends with “Tomorrow is FRIDAY.”
Is there an implication of move/countermove in these drops?
Poitras and Greenwald from Q drop 770
The Intercept Bars Co-Founder From Meeting After Snowden Archive Shutdown
Laura Poitras, one of the founding editors of The Intercept, was barred from attending a company meeting on Thursday following a decision by First Look Media to discontinue managing The Intercepts archive of leaked documents provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Poitras was the initial recipient of Snowdens trove of secret NSA documents and a driving journalistic force behind the bombshell stories they yielded beginning in 2013. Since 2014, Poitras and Intercept co-founder Glenn Greenwald have entrusted The Intercept, which is owned by First Look Media, to maintain the voluminous archive. The trove of information includes millions of files that have been the basis for major stories worldwide concerning the growth and reach of 21st-century mass digital surveillance.
The Intercept is proud of its reporting on the Snowden archive, and we are thankful to Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald for making it available to us, Bloom wrote.He added: It is our hope that Glenn and Laura are able to find a new partnersuch as an academic institution or research facilitythat will continue to report on and publish the documents in the archive consistent with the public interest
Greenwald pointed out in a statement on Thursday that other media outlets with access to the files had ceased reporting on the archive, and acknowledged that The Intercepts financial constraints were the primary reason that the company was halting its reporting on the archive. He also said he is working to secure a new permanent home for the archives.
I have spent the last several months seeking to ensure that publication of these materials continues under the auspices of experts most competent to do this work, and who work with institutions that have the ample funds required to do so robustly, quickly, and responsibly, Greenwald wrote.