Much as books tend to pile up on my nightstand, magazines tend to take over my desk. Out of the 15 or so titles, this month's Wired takes the cake.
Great cover, amazing content. The must-read article of the issue - 'I Am Here' - is written by a guy who spends three weeks using the GPS on his iPhone to share and connect with as many people as possible. This is fascinating because 1) it feels like you're looking into the future - 2 years from now, not 20, and 2) there are way more issues/opportunities to this location-based technology than I had ever considered. Good stuff - like unexpected connections and infinite information - and bad stuff - like, uh, unexpected connections and infinite information. It makes me rethink my Loopt application, which is useless at this point since I can't get any of my friends to use it anyhow.
While you're at it, check out Steven Levy's bite-sized article called The Burden of Twitter. It's about the pressure of feeding your social network and the oddness of revealing yourself to strangers. Funny how even Wired seems creeped out by how fast all of this technology is changing our day-to-day lives.