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Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for October 09, 2019

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    Z51 Premium Member 13 days ago

    Correct answer! That is why he is boss

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    NUK'EM DANNO Premium Member 13 days ago

    I TAKE IT, HE’S TALKING ABOUT WINDOWS 10??

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    Concretionist  13 days ago

    Bottom line: Products like this, if successful, spin off hundreds of extra jobs. I have a friend who’s a paid expert at some kind of complicated spread sheet program. She explained some of it to me once, and the conclusion I came to, as a professional programmer, was that I’d run the other direction if anybody ever wanted me to work with it. Meanwhile, she makes a decent living.

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    GROG Premium Member 13 days ago

    Which will be yet another work of fiction. What’s a little fiction between friends?

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    Troglodyte  13 days ago

    PHB is a biz-whiz. Pure genius! :P

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 13 days ago

    The ‘For Dummies’ book writers are my heros. They deserve a nobel prize of some sort just for their services to mankind. All hail ‘For Dummies’ writers! Thank you authors and all who serve them.

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    mclukk  13 days ago

    And we’ll call it Silver light.

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    InTraining  12 days ago

    Looks like Alice and Wally are asleep….?

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    Mediatech  12 days ago

    Red means stop, green means go, yellow means go very fast.

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    dwagner200  12 days ago

    There is a Managing for Dummies book. Short of “Just be yourself.”, I can’t imagine what else it would need to say.

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    ChessPirate  12 days ago

    “The good news is, the United States Naval Observatory wants to use it to synchronize their Atomic Clock…”

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    Retired engineer  12 days ago

    I once actually was in a group developing a software product that had a serious memory leak. They could not fix it. At a meeting, they asked me to use customer service to poll network administrators to see if they would accept a product that would blue screen servers after about 3 days unless they rebooted daily. I told them I would not even ask that question of a network administrator. Even asking the question would damage our credibility.

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    Sisyphos  12 days ago

    It would seem that PHB knows all about “Dummies” books. That seems to fit….

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    KenParnell  12 days ago

    Yeah, the product not working is not a valid reason not to ship. Ask Microsoft.

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