Tag - dilbert

DilbertFiles.com … not just a comic strip

OK, this is seriously funny. The latest Dilbert strips have been focused on Dilbert’s second job: DilbertFiles.


Funny, good, enjoyable … but just a comic. Or not?

Wondering a little – because I’ve read Scott Adams‘ books and know how smart he is in spite of his constant and nearly-successful attempts to hide it – I decided to check out dilbertfiles.com.

Lo and behold … there’s an actual website there:


And an actual business, to all intents and purposes. Now, because Scott Adams is congenitally disinclined to anything approaching actual work, he must have simply struck a deal with a file transfer company to re-brand their solution for him. As if the guy doesn’t have enough money already.

Life imitating art, huh? Actually, in more ways than you might notice.

As completely appropriate for our favorite corporate drone, DilbertFiles’ uploader software only supports Windows!

It’s the cherry on the cake, obviously.

New Dilbert Mashup: cool but broken

Scott Adams has a new Dilbert mashup on his main site, Dilbert.com. Very cool.

The question posed is: are you funnier than Scott? You then get to change the punchline on the final pane of a Dilbert cartoon to something else … and people can vote on your version.

Only problem: it didn’t work as advertised. Not cool.

Here’s my cartoon, and the ostensible problem: “invalid panel count.” I’m not quite sure what it’s referring to …