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When Did Ignorance Become a Point of View? (Dilbert Books (Paperback Andrews McMeel)) [Paperback]

Scott Adams
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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing (Sep 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0740718398
  • ISBN-13: 978-0740718397
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 22.6 x 0.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,734,281 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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What started as a doodle has turned Scott Adams into a superstar of the cartoon world. Dilbert debuted on the comics page in 1989 while Adams was in the tech department at Pacific Bell. Adams continued to work at Pacific Bell until he was voluntarily downsized in 1995. He has lived in the San Francisco Bay area since 1979.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable As Usual! 1 Nov 2001
By A Customer
In the usual Dilbert style, this book is an enjoyable collection of cartoons. Ignorance in indeed a workplace problem, not only as shown in Dilbert's office settings, but also when it rears its witless and problematic head in company R&D departments. With respect to this, I'd like to recommend a series of life-like examples of such ignorance in the the sharp, eye-opening satire, "MANAGEMENT BY VICE". In many ways, I found this book to be even more enjoyable than the Dilbert cartoons, since it is obviously written by an author, who has not merely lent an ear to other's frustrations, but has experienced it all personally! Both books, however, are a joy to read and give a dose of much needed workplace laughter!
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5.0 out of 5 stars More of the collected genius of Scott Adams 26 Nov 2001
By Nick Brett - Published on Amazon.com
This is almost a pointless review because if you like Scott Adams you will buy this and if you don't get the Dilbert humour then you are not even going to read this review!
This is more of the collected strips, nothing new but a copy to cherish of all the strips people stick over the office wall. As always the focus is on the office and the impact of mis-managment and all the hoops through which office workers have to jump. If you work in an office you will see so much of your 9-5 life within this book, you will think Scott Adams sits next to you, rather then that overweight guy who steals your mints.
I do know of the odd person who does not work in an office who has read some of my Dilbert books and can't get the jokes and the shame is that they are missing out on something very special.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly the best of the "Dilbert" books 14 Sep 2007
By James Yanni - Published on Amazon.com
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And that's saying quite a lot, given how funny all of the "Dilbert" books are. For those of you who've just stepped off a plane from outer Mongolia, or some other sufficiently isolated place that you're unfamiliar with the "Dilbert" books, the basic concept is that they are collections of newspaper comic strips dealing with life in corporate America; the characters generally resonate with anyone who's had to work in a modern office and deal with the foolishness foisted on employees by clueless bureaucrats and other bosses.

Any "Dilbert" book is worth reading; this one is one of the best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Dose of Dilbert At His Best 25 Oct 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This compilation of comic strips captures the many relatable and insane aspects of the corporate workplace. You'll marvel at the boss's poor management, the webmistress, Ming's insane arguements, Dilbert's sarcasm, and Dogbert's cynical antics. This book does not have Sunday strips in color, but the humor almost brightens the gray and white. I recommend this book for any Dilbert fan, anyone who is going to start reading Dilbert, or any businessman or business woman who has ever been stressed about their job and the sometimes inane events that occur.
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4.0 out of 5 stars IF YOU LOVE OFFICE HUMOUR... 3 Oct 2001
By Sandra D. Peters - Published on Amazon.com
We all enjoy our share of office humour and it can really break the ice and relieve tension. As everyone knows laughter is a great stress reliever. Dilbert and Dogbert are no strangers to the office and this latest book will either leave you cracking up with laughter or picking up your final paycheque - depending on whether your boss is likened to the one in this book! If you are not familiar with this author, I suggest you also read, "Random Acts of Management" and "Excuse Me While I Wag", both are written with the same tongue-in-cheek humour as "When Did Ignorance Become A Point of View" and guaranteed to bring more than deep-hearted chuckle into the office environment.
1.0 out of 5 stars dont bother 14 May 2014
By Robert H. Toy - Published on Amazon.com
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Book is of old material in black and white. I wouldn't waste my money. Scott Adams needs to do a better job in describing the material before you buy.
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