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> ...you compound two or more words and internally capitalize to make
> something sound special, such as "QuickMenu" vice "quick menu"?
Trendy. It's exactly the same kind of innovation that takes place in
clothing, architecture, music, and other areas of life. If it's
useful it will catch on, otherwise in 10 years or less it will be