Geeks like [me] are always tempted to implement very complex, never-ending features because they’re academically or algorithmically interesting, or because they can add massive value if done well…

These features—often very easy for people but very hard for computers—often produce mediocre-at-best results, are never truly finished, and usually require massive time investments to achieve incremental progress with diminishing returns.

~ Marco Arment

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