Did you see the last issue of Wired? This one here:
We somehow started getting Wired for free (as part of signing up for Media Bistro, I think), and I hadn't realized how stupid it had gotten. Or maybe the world has gotten smarter and it's intellectually and spiritually still stuck in the Internet boom days?
I don't know. But in any case—far more enjoyable than the issue itself—is a couple of very funny and thorough debunkings of the absurd cover story: one from Grist ("2001 called. It wants its framing device back."), and one from Paulina Borsook ("The Politics Of Wired: Saucy, Ignorant Contrarianism").
Also, make sure you don't miss Grist's advice: "It's telling that the best thing in the issue is written by Alex Steffen, proprietor of Worldchanging."