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Apr 18, 2012
You have to write effectively enough so they can understand when they can edit. They may not know how to say what is wrong, so they say something is wrong!
Apr 18, 2012
Good old tactless Dilbert. There have been times I would have preferred to respond that way rather than by saying "Thanks for the input; I'll bear it in mind" and then turning around to return the document to its prior -correct- state.
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Apr 18, 2012
Since the flunky probably still has the document in his computer, he should send it to the Elbonians for final analysis and forget Dilbert's reaction. Once it comes back he should send it to the PHB who will pay absolutely no attention to it because at that point it will be incomprehensible and life will go on.....
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Apr 18, 2012
Flunky must of printed out the document that was available for comment in the project folder
of the server. I do hope he didn't do something stupid like correcting the paragraph structures
of the document or attempting to simplify (dumb down) what a program, or called subprogram,
does. Dilbert as usual does not take any constructive criticism well. So much anger crumpling
the amended document in front of the flunky. Is Dilbert still angry over no pay raise while Wally
gets one? Stay tuned
Apr 18, 2012
Mark 7:7 was a tie, good score, good game.
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