"As users, we choose specific applications because their features suit our purposes. As we become more familiar with a program,
we want more features added to it, and of course we want it to run faster and smoother. Developers want to serve the needs of
end-users, but increasing the internal complexity of an application is not necessarily a good thing, and programmers and users alike
recognize the undesirability of feature creep and code bloat." From O'Reilly's OnLamp.com.
February 8, 2001