When tech companies were up and coming and out to change the world for the better, seeing the small guys disrupt the entrenched giants was a core value in Silicon Valley. Now that some of those nimble startups have grown into the most valuable companies in the world, disruption seems to have fallen out of favor. The Atlantic: Silicon Valley Abandons the Culture That Made It the Envy of the World. (We didn’t abandon it. We just fired it because it got too old.)

+ Slate: Which tech companies are really doing the most harm? Here are the 30 most dangerous, ranked by the people who know.

+ Buzzfeed: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Came To India To Invest A Billion Dollars. Traditional Retailers Shouted At Him To Go Back Home. (And they didn’t even offer free shipping.)