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Scott Adams' cult newspaper comic about Dilbert, an engineer cog in a soulless and bureaucratic corporate machine. The strip is principally a Satire of the corporate world. It wasn't always, though. Originally, the comic focused mostly on Dilbert's personal life, with his workplace being an incidental setting.
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April 9, If you're a modern office worker, the chances are you'll know Dilbert, the most photocopied, pinned-up, downloaded, faxed and e-mailed comic strip in the world. Many Dilbert readers, particularly those employed at large corporations, are convinced that Dilbert creator Scott Adams works at their company since he conveys corporate inanities so well in the ever-funny, ever-savage satire of life in the modern workplace. Indeed, in some newspapers, the strip runs in the business section rather than the funnies, reflecting its accurate portrayal of the realities of work life for 21st century cyberserfs. Dilbert, we love you!