Information is free only to the extent that it is legible by hosts.
Software eating the world is basically how information is forcing us to make legibility functions for everything.
By incentivising people to look for it.
Most of our media is incentivised by discovery of information, from the mundane to the obscure.
It will also give it new life and the probability of being replicated.
We will scour the edges of the world until everything goes online.
Production has zero marginal cost whereas consumption is costly.
The only remaining edge will be a behavioural edge that can manifest itself in many ways.
Big businesses yet to be made around information production in developing countries.
If so, what will the consequences of *all* information becoming legible be?
Will we have more or zero control over outcomes?