The Post-Bit Atom (13.6 MB non-streaming Quicktime movie, 3 mins.)
Since we aren't all computers just parsing each other's syntax, I think a video essay—with its "muscular" information about tone of voice, facial expression, movement of eyes and eyebrows and so on—is a good example of how bit-information is rounded out by atom-information, and depends on it. Ideas come out of bodies!
If you want a good old-fashioned disembodied text-essay, though, my new piece for Wired is here. Actually, since it's about a digital photo of a note in which the president of the US asks if he can have a break to go and pee, I suppose it's also on the theme of bits, atoms, and embodiment.