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2010-05-01
Dogbert, in tech support, says the problem is in the caller's brain, the part that handles intelligence.

Book: I'm Tempted to Stop Acting Randomly, page: 126

2010-05-02
Dilbert works from home to avoid distractions. Dogbert tries to distract him anyway.

Book: I'm Tempted to Stop Acting Randomly, page: 127

2010-05-03
Dilbert says Dogbert shouldn't use his tech support job to trick people into hurting themselves.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 7

2010-05-04
Dogbert helps the company to get over the suffering of dying technology.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 7

2010-05-05
Dilbert shows the Boss his magic button, to give guidance on how to come up with cost estimates.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 7

2010-05-06
Catbert complains all of Wally's e-mails contained links to funny videos. Wally thinks this is a violation of his privacy.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 8

2010-05-07
Catbert gives the Boss a list of employee defects. The Boss uses this to the employees to avoid giving them raises.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 8

2010-05-08
Tina says her software is so old she can't open attachments.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 8

2010-05-09
Dilbert invites a co-worker for lunch and she invites another man as well.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 9

2010-05-10
Dilbert wants to do e-mail during the boring parts of the meeting.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 10

2010-05-11
The Boss asks for a tiger team to remove the junk from a conference room. Carol isn't happy about the name.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 10

2010-05-12
The Boss is upset Dilbert didn't get sign-off from marketing like he asked. Dilbert says the Boss didn't ask.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 10

2010-05-13
Wally interviews a person to pretend he is Wally and attend meetings on Wally's behalf.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 11

2010-05-14
Dilbert takes on the world's worst user interface.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 11

2010-05-15
Ratbert's job on the customer support line is to prevent the caller from talking with anyone important.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 11

2010-05-16
The Boss is in awe of an engineer named Wolfgang, who knows more than the rest of the engineers put together.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 12

2010-05-17
Mordac makes an unwanted upgrade to Dilbert's operating system.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 13

2010-05-18
The Boss asks Alice to bring in a new account. In return he'll give her a raise later, unless there's no money.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 13

2010-05-19
The Boss says they're in merger talks. Wally celebrates by saying now his work won't influence his rewards.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 13

2010-05-20
The Boss and Dilbert think a cabbage got access to the Boss's computer.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 14

2010-05-21
Dilbert collects optimistic data, massages it and hands it to the Boss for him to add leadership.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 14

2010-05-22
The Boss asks Alice for honest feedback on his strategy.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 14

2010-05-23
Dilbert finishes a business case, but the Boss won't get funding like he promised.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 15

2010-05-24
Wally attaches a faucet to his head that is activated by the Boss's voice.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 16

2010-05-25
Alice volunteered to run a critical project she knows doesn't have enough resources.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 16

2010-05-26
Alice controls men by exaggerating the importance of her projects and overextending herself.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 16

2010-05-27
Ted asks the Boss for a letter of reference. The Boss suggests the letter "L'.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 17

2010-05-28
Wally is doing lots of basic research but it won't be quantifiable for ten years.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 17

2010-05-29
Wally tests his theory that eating doughnuts make other people stupid.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 17

2010-05-30
Wally didn't get any work done because he spent all his time on getting certification.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 18

2010-05-31
Dilbert calls another engineers data weak, and the two duel by exchanging links.

Book: How's that Underling Thing Working Out for You?, page: 19