Elegant. Elegant is the word I was looking for in the last post. Everyone who had ever explored code written by Jay described it as "elegant".
The word elegant, in general, is an adjective meaning of fine quality. Refinement and simplicity are implied, rather than fussiness, or ostentation. An elegant solution, often referred to in relation to problems in disciplines such as mathematics, engineering, and programming, is one in which the maximum desired effect is achieved with the smallest, or simplest effort. Engineers, for example, seek the elegant solution as a means of solving a problem with the least possible waste of materials and effort. The elegant solution is also likely to be accomplished with appropriate methods and materials - according to the Elegant Solution Organization, duct tape is not likely to be part of an elegant solution, unless, of course, the problem involves taping ducts.
(A bit of trivia: Duct tape is, in fact, not suitable for taping ducts, except perhaps on the outside of insulation around the duct. Temperature extremes will destroy the glue.)
I'm going to Rakkasah Spring Caravan today. I do not plan to buy anything beyond an entrance ticket and food. We'll see how well I can hold to that.