Dilbert, by Scott Adams 2002

Scott Adams created 'Dilbert', the immensely popular wage-slave of the nineties. Drawing on his own experiences as an office clerk, Adams chronicled the work-a-day troubles of the typical IT worker. Since 1989, the sad and tired life of Dilbert in the sick buildings of Cubeville has struck a strong chord with global information and service workers, who brought attention to Adams work by visiting the Dilbert website in massive numbers. Reportedly, 'Dilbert' is published in more than 1,600 newspapers all over the world.

Dilbert, by Scott Adams 2002


Last updated: 2006-12-29

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