Don't know why, but I got the idea for this cartoon during reading "Telltale signs of SOA governance deficit" by Joe McKendrick.
See Michael Krigsman about 5 ways tp prevent IT failure.
The 5th way:
"Scope creep. Lack of preparation typically begets the kitchen-sink syndrome, where project leaders add in every kind of feature and the kitchen sink to boot."
Maybe sometimes you want some scope creep:
Working in a IT project is exciting.
But who likes roll-outs? Annoying customer calls and the boring maintenance phase starts.
Why don't postpone this to the infinity?
(Update 2008-04-16: I scheduled this post for April 17th, but have posted it today (April 16th). The date is nevertheless April 17th. It seems to be a bug in Moveable Type.)