And research is showing that I'm not. Professor Roland Rust of the University of Maryland has even coined a term for it—feature fatigue. And it's the result of companies making toothbrushes so complicated and loaded with features that they come with a DVD to explain how to use them. Feature fatigue is the inevitable consequence of feature creep, the tendency for designers and programmers to bundle every feature they can imagine into every single product.
—Jim Sollisch, "Buyer paralyzed by 'feature fatigue'," Chicago Tribune, September 8, 2006
—Roland T. Rust, Debora Viana Thompson, Rebecca W. Hamilton, "Defeating Feature Fatigue," Harvard Business Review, February 1, 2006
—Steve Vincent, "Net profit," Bangkok Post, January 1, 1997
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