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You have to work in an office to really appreciate Scott Adams, if you do then the cartoons here will mean something to you as the stupidity of office life is reflected with brilliant accuracy. Every one is a gem and no wonder it is a rare office that does not have a fair few Dilbert cartoons stuck up on the noticeboards.
The only thing that holds this back from getting 5 stars is that it is not new stuff but an updated collection, and that a non office based audience may not appreciate this as much.
Having said that, Mr Adams is a genius and we are not worthy.
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on 29 April 2004
Great book came across Dilbert when doing a management module for my Unicourse in a OB textbook! Fantastic and enlighting insight into the stupid corporate world!
Simply Genius!
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on 11 September 2013
Absolutely brilliant! Just what you've come to expect from the master of office politics. What more can I say. Another for my top shelf of best reads.
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on 27 March 2009
I read this book after reading a Dilbert compilation from ten years earlier, and my, what a difference. Gone are the clever twists at the end of each cartoon, and instead there is just a single level point made - in many cases these just give a feeling of "what?" It's almost like these are written by a different author - is that possible - the strips are being farmed out to other writers without the inherent wit of Scott Adams? I can recall in one of the books, Scott Adams revealed his principles of comedy writing - that any joke ought to have two items, cuteness, meanness, etc - but the strips in this book don't meet that criteria, there's just a single mildly amusing event, no cutting point. The Sunday strips which are longer are still pretty good, but the daily ones suffer from a severe quality problem. My advice is to buy the earlier books, before about 1998, because by this time - I think the book dates from 2004 - the comedy value has severely dropped.
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on 6 March 2004
You like Dilbert ?
Why are you reading this review ?
Just buy it
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on 18 May 2015
Good
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on 19 January 2004
Very good, hilarious...
Collection of Dilbert comic strips..
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