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Dilbert is a popular cartoon character, appearing in more than 700 newspapers worldwide, and with his own Web site. Dilbert is an introverted engineer, who is joined in his adventures by his egg-shaped...

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Another funny book

But it's different from before and you may not lik...

Having said before how much I enjoyed The Dilbert Principle (plug, plug) I decided to go straight on and read The Dilbert Future, a sequel of sorts. Besides, I’d bought it at the same time! If you don’t know Scott Adams’ office-based cartoon strip now perhaps isn’t the best time for me to...

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Brilliantly minded political and sociological sati...

Very analytical and data based

If you are familiar to the prospect of office work in Britain it is likely that you are familiar to the comic strip exploits of Dilbert in many newspapers and books. The miserable yet hard working cynic has become an icon to all who have suffered the hardship of regular office work. In this book...

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“The Dilbert Future”

published 06/09/2004

Tells us what the future holds *

* may not be correct.

I really enjoyed reading “The Dilbert Future” I bought it a couple of years ago along with “The Dilbert Principal” and “The Joy of Work”. I did enjoy the book over all, but I did miss the E-mails from readers, I found these to often be the most amusing parts of the original book. “The Dilbert...

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