There's plenty of chatter bubbling up these days around the Silicon Valley froth—questioning just how much 'there' is there. Here's a really great (and long) first person essay from a very well paid coder, James Somers, taking a hard look at the relative value of what he and lots of other swaddled programmers are building these days.
"We’re not making the self-driving car. We’re not making a smarter pill bottle. Most of what we’re doing, in fact, is putting boxes on a page."