Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for October 12, 2019


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    Concretionist  3 months ago

    I’m an “okay” presenter. Two of my friends, though, are very skilled (and clever). Being in the audience while they explain an algorithm, or the reasoning behind something they decided to do is a real treat. Both of them are programmers. The worst presenters I’ve ever dealt with were professors who taught education courses. They could put me to sleep if I just walked past the door to the lecture hall.

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    GROG Premium Member 3 months ago

    Come now. You don’t really like them at all, do you?

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    gnome~ 20 PETE 20  3 months ago

    …..a little Fortran, and some flow charts will clear things up….

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    InTraining  3 months ago

    It was also his last transparency…!

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    Purple People Eater  3 months ago

    Transparency? Anybody know when the first screen projectors came along? I saw my first video projector in 1985. It was hooked up to a satellite reciever. I don’t know if it could have projected an image from a computer, but it seems like it would have been a simple matter of adding the right connectors to make it possible.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Well, transparency in communications is important, unless the communicator doesn’t care about communicating with us.

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    Airbender  3 months ago

    If you can’t dazzle them with your brilliance, baffle them with your bulls**t.

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    Today, Dilbert’s intricate but meaningless diagram would be displayed to worldwide corporate offices at a resolution just-too-low to reveal the fraud.

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    Sisyphos  3 months ago

    Dilly is being perfectly transparent. His transparency is not….

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