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I just cruised the web (I'm going on a cruise
in a week, so I think this term is more appropriate for me than "surf")
and found the official "Dilbert Zone" with the cartoon, background info,
a Dilbert newsletter written by none other than Scott Adams, himself.
Use the URL: http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert/
Plus, he has an e-mail address, and reads all of the e-mail he receives:
scottadams -at- aol -dot-
Happy viewing and reading,
No, He is not a tech writer, but he has an interesting way of expressing
his job functions as an ISDN software/hardware person (I'm not certain he
really wants to be called an engineer).
> Techwhirlers, Dilbert lives on the Web, and each days cartoons appear about a
> week after they run in the papers. So far, no Sunday strips, though they keep
> promising them. I don't really believe that Scott Adams is NOT a technical
> writer, either that or a real tech writer is ghosting those strips featuring
> Theresa. Long live Theresa.