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It is not.
But we are enthralled with the \textit{illusion} of choice. Most people will not buy a microwave oven with only one or two buttons, even though in reality, that is all you need: one control for how long and another control for how high. My current microwave has only three buttons that I use on a regular basis: 1 minute cook, 2 minute cook, and add 30 seconds. It also has a 3 minute cook, a 5 minute cook, `Popcorn,' `Beverage,' `Reheat,' `Potato,' `Reheat,' `Delay Start' (why, praytell, are you delaying the start in a device whose entire point is 'right here, right now'?), `Defrost,' `Timer,' `Reminder,' and a host of other buttons for setting the clock, adjusting whether it's AM or PM, etc, in addition to `Start' (highly useful if you're not using the 1 minute cook button) and `Cancel' which I don't use because I just run out the clock. If you pull out food before the timer runs out, the oven keeps giving you a message on the screen that you still have time on the clock. Any well-designed microwave oven should just time out that message after five minutes.
But we are enthralled with the \textit{illusion} of choice. Most people will not buy a microwave oven with only one or two buttons, even though in reality, that is all you need: one control for how long and another control for how high. My current microwave has only three buttons that I use on a regular basis: 1 minute cook, 2 minute cook, and add 30 seconds. It also has a 3 minute cook, a 5 minute cook, `Popcorn,' `Beverage,' `Reheat,' `Potato,' `Reheat,' `Delay Start' (why, praytell, are you delaying the start in a device whose entire point is `right here, right now'?), `Defrost,' `Timer,' `Reminder,' and a host of other buttons for setting the clock, adjusting whether it's AM or PM, etc, in addition to `Start' (highly useful if you're not using the 1 minute cook button) and `Cancel' which I don't use because I just run out the clock. If you pull out food before the timer runs out, the oven keeps giving you a message on the screen that you still have time on the clock. Any well-designed microwave oven should just time out that message after five minutes.
Again, we are enthralled with the illusion of choice, and actually devote time and resources to it, even though they could probably be better spent elsewhere. Case in point: Every microwave oven has a `Popcorn' button, but every packet of microwave popcorn has an instruction telling you explicitly \textit{not} to use the `Popcorn' button. Something does not align here.
\subsection{Where does the Unix Principle not apply in real life and this is actually a good thing?}
\textbf{Instant Pots (and to a lesser degree, multicookers)}
\textbf{Instant Pots} — and to a lesser degree, multicookers.
If you don't know much about cooking, you can take the point of view that these things actually \textit{do} follow the Unix Principle, because all they're supposed to do is cook food, and they do that very well. But once you learn more about cooking and learn how complex it is, you'll find that there's cooking and then there's cooking. It's like dancing. Just because you know how to do the Virginia Reel does not mean you're ready to star in \textit{The Nutcracker}. They are completely different modes of dancing.
I originally bought a multicooker because the lid to my Crockpot\textsuperscript{\texttrademark} cracked, and I needed to replace it. But Costco had a multicooker on sale, and I thought I would try it because if I didn't like it I could just return it.
As a slow cooker, it does a fair job, although not quite as well as my original crock pot.\footnotemark But it also does a fantastic job cooking rice (both white and brown) and steaming meats and vegetables, neither of which I could do in the crock pot. In fact, I also had a steamer which I quickly gave away. I never owned a rice cooker, but once I discovered how easy it was to make rice in the multicooker, I realized that I would never need one. It also has a ``soup'' funtion and an ``oatmeal'' function, but I have yet to try those.
\footnotetext{Dropping to lower case and two words here, because the official name is Crockpot\textsuperscript{\texttrademark} and yes, it is trademarked.}
The rice cooker I never owned and the steamer I did own both follow the Unix Principle in that they did one thing and did it well. But the multicooker? It follows the same path as my Instant Pot\textsuperscript{\textregistered}\footnote{Yes, that's a registered tradmark also, although most people just pronounce (and often spell) it as ``instapot''.} does by being able to cook in ways that previously required multiple devices.
Again, Costco came through with a \$65 sale on Instant Pots. Besides pressure cooking\footnotemark I can steam vegetables, make rice, make boiled eggs (good-bye countertop boiled egg maker!), and make yogurt. It also has a sous-vide function, a soup /broth function, a bean/chili function, a sauté function, and a meat/stew function. In addition, it also has functions for porridge and multigrain, which I have yet to use. That \$65 Instant Pot has replaced appliances I don't even have.
These are violations of the Unix Principle that actually work well and that I can live with.
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\noindent Well, I've rambled a bit here. I'm sure I'll remember more things to like about Unix after I put this issue to bed.
\chapter{What Are All Those Files in the Linux Root?}

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