Wade Roush has kicked off a continuous computing blog/initiative, about essentially the arrival of long-heralded ubiquitous computing/connectivity etc and it's effects. Very interesting stuff.
I would actually be very interested to hear if Wade has historical examples of 'info-fields', and what their economic and social effects have been. That would be a really fresh perspective on the whole thing, which help me draw some insights. I find a lot of excited chatter about Web 2.0 (etc), but not a lotta substance (sorry...)