The National Security Agency's domestic spying efforts have been all over the news for months. Because it can't listen in to absolutely everybody's electronic missives, the NSA allegedly uses a database of keywords to trigger surveillance. It just so happens that those words make for some interesting poetry.
The NSA Haiku Generator is a Web site that spits out automated poems in the classic 5-7-5 syllable format. It feeds off NSA keywords and pulls from a Department of Homeland Security keyword list.… Read more