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2010-11-01
Catbert complains to the Boss he eats his lunch in the clean room.

2010-11-02
Alice says the only problems she has are the kind the Boss makes worse.

2010-11-03
Ted asks Alice what she thinks of his plan. Alice thinks his brain is tiny and he staggers.

2010-11-04
Dilbert thinks he's king of the cubicles because he has two monitors.

2010-11-05
The Boss asks Dilbert to do some technical stuff without understanding what he is asking.

2010-11-06
Wally reports people with bad bosses have 40% more heart attacks. Then a man at the meeting has a heart attack.

2010-11-07
Dilbert thanks everyone for help design the technology test parameters even though the parameters had nothing to do with the real world.

2010-11-08
Dogbert says the Boss is a great role model. Half of his employees are already pudgy sociopaths.

2010-11-09
The Boss comes to Dilbert's cubicle and says he's a role model for Dilbert.

2010-11-10
Dogbert the security consultant says anyone without an ID badge is an enemy combatant.

2010-11-11
The Boss says half his job is to provide a safe environment for employees to make mistakes and the other half is to punish those who make mistakes.

2010-11-12
The Boss complains Wally is two hours late. Wally said he was doing e-mail in the parking lot.

2010-11-13
A stockholder drops in on a meeting to see how his investment is progressing.

2010-11-14
Alice shows her anger when a co-worker doesn't respond to her e-mail. He says he forgets to check it sometimes.

2010-11-15
Dilbert says he didn't have time to respond to a co-worker's request for information.

2010-11-16
Wally tries confusing Asok at a meeting. He explains by saying nothing he says at a meeting actually means anything.

2010-11-17
Dilbert asks a question to a man who could not summarise. He takes hours to get to the answer.

2010-11-18
Dilbert tells the Boss his e-mail almost makes sense. He says he will act randomly and hope for the best.

2010-11-19
The new website was launched today but it's already obsolete. Every vendor they hired is out of business. And the website just crashed.

2010-11-20
Wally complains the Boss hasn't provided motivation. The Boss says money shouldn't be a motivator.

2010-11-21
Dilbert asks if a vendor's pricing is intentionally confusing. The vendor says yes it is and it's the basis for a confusopoly.

2010-11-22
A co-worker asks Wally to spare a minute. Wally says he is too busy but all his exits are blocked.

2010-11-23
Dilbert says the request for a quote is vague, and the deadline is tomorrow so he can't ask for clarification.

2010-11-24
Dogbert phones people for research. He asks for social security numbers, bank PIN numbers and mother's maiden names.

2010-11-25
Asok requested an Ethernet switch and Purchasing provided a box of pencils. Asok complains to Bob, director of purchasing.

2010-11-26
Bob, director of purchasing, has divided products into two categories. Things you don't want and things you're not allowed to buy.

2010-11-27
The CEO asks Dilbert to assemble the supreme leadership board because he's ready to name an heir.

2010-11-28
The CEO gives a pep talk. No one responds.

2010-11-29
The CEO is grooming a winged monkey as his successor.

2010-11-30
Dilbert asks a sales guy for a quote. The sales guy thinks Dilbert will never buy his product.