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May 1, 2014
the censored text was life-s u c k i n g. But come to think of it the censored version is probably more appropriate.
 
 
May 1, 2014
This one slide presentation is probably more engaging than most of the !$%*!$%*!$%* 50 slide presentations I've had to sit through.
 
 
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May 1, 2014
I had the honor of attending a 1-slider a few years back. The slide had a flowchart with about 50 boxes entangled. The presenter took over 3 hours of monotone to go through it. Excruciating! Dilbert definitely has a better idea.
 
 
May 1, 2014
Well done, Dilbert. Now PHB doesn't even need to give the presentation - he can just email the powerpoint presentation to the investors, and all the content is right there. Tada.
 
 
May 1, 2014
I have greatly enjoyed Dilbert comics for many years as an engineer who can relate to some of these frustrating work place issues. Never until today have I felt the need to comment. It disturbs me when engineers refer to non-engineers as inferior beings. There is intelligence in all types of people, with all types of educational background. We should seek to be clear with our communication in a way that others can understand, and appreciate the hard work that we do developing the technology of the world. Demeaning those who have difficulty grasping engineering concepts only further broadens the rift between management, finance, HR, marketing, and technical oriented work force. Of course there are ignorant folks that can't be helped... but that's true at any level of profession.
 
 
 
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