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Feb 11, 2014
@khpage: We don't know what Wally's secrets are, but we do know where he got (at least some of) them: http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2010-12-02/
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Feb 11, 2014
These days giving in to corporate espionage and headhunting is much more difficult than it was in the past, what with non-disclosure agreements, intellectual property agreements, non-compete clauses, and a Ringworld full of attorneys hungry for billable hours willing to sue if you happen to sneeze in the wrong direction. Not impossible, but a lot more difficult.
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Feb 11, 2014
This cartoon absolutely magnificent - a joy to read. Many of the blogs were nearly as funny, so I got a great way to start Tuesday. BTW, IMHO, if Dilbert's company has a secret, it's Wally, who has been there for years and does nothing and no one, including the PHB seems to notice. There's a secret there that many would pay for to be able to do as he does....on the other hand, he's a Zen Master, so it might be really hard to learn.....
Feb 11, 2014
"How much is he offering?" I love the practicality of Dilbert's question. And I've read somewhere that the tipping point in bribery is five times the annual salary of the one being bribed. That is when all but the strongest (or most stubborn) sell out. I can't remember where I read that, but I think it was a book about espionage.
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Feb 11, 2014
The company has secrets worth buying?
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