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2017-07-01
The employees move back to cubicles from the open offices. Now they are less distracted from their futile assignments.

2017-07-02
Topper says he once brought a CAR dummy to life. It grew limbs and got married.

2017-07-03
The Boss introduces Kevin, a new VR-only employee. He can only be seen with special glasses.

2017-07-04
Dilbert complains to his psychologist about the new immersive VR employee. The doctor thinks Dilbert is crazy.

2017-07-05
The VR employee says Dilbert is a real person whose personality has been replaced by prescription meds.

2017-07-06
A chair in the meeting room is reserved for the VR employee. Asok resents that.

2017-07-07
Alice needs the VR employee for something so the the Boss asks Dilbert to attend a meeting in the VR's place.

2017-07-08
The VR employee quits and sues the company for digital discrimination.

2017-07-09
The robot can't wait for a long-lasting battery so he can run away with the 3-D printer.

2017-07-10
The Boss asks Dilbert to do a financial analysis on whether to upgrade the customer tracking software. Dilbert wants to know what conclusion he should reach.

2017-07-11
Dilbert's financial analysis doesn't match what the Boss wants so can he change the assumptions to false values?

2017-07-12
Dilbert says upgrading now does not make financial sense. The Boss says he must spend his budget now or lose it.

2017-07-13
Dilbert is asked to design a home assistant like Google Home or Amazon Alexa. Dilbert gets the head from the office robot.

2017-07-14
The robot's head, now a digital assistant, goes to a family home and tries to help.

2017-07-15
Customers complain about their home assistant. It learns their secrets then blackmails them into buying upgrades.

2017-07-16
Dilbert needs a coworker's input for a presentation. But the coworker is undependable so won't give it.

2017-07-17
Wally asks if he should start working on the project now or wait until he has more information. The Boss says to wait.

2017-07-18
Ted is promoted to architect because he can't code. He's like the monkeys who were astronauts.

2017-07-19
Dilbert finished the coding but used a non-standard database because it's better. Now Ted can't complain.

2017-07-20
The Boss asks for a new feature in the software. It would have been easy to add weeks ago.

2017-07-21
The Boss says their software should be hard to uninstall, not good at what the users want.

2017-07-22
Ted complains Dilbert's code doesn't conform to any standards. That's because Dilbert is good at his job.

2017-07-23
Dilbert says they need to shortlist the vendors and then pick the best one. A coworker compares that to a serial killer choosing a victim.

2017-07-24
Wally keeps a spreadsheet of which excuses he has used with which coworkers.

2017-07-25
Wally now has a list of work-avoidance excuses. Now it's easier for him to deal with coworkers.

2017-07-26
A coworker asks Wally if he has time to check a design. Wally says no without even checking his calendar.

2017-07-27
Wally can't work on a task because he's too busy on a top-secret project. The Boss can't remember giving Wally a top-secret project.

2017-07-28
The Boss asks the CEO about Wally's supposed top-secret project. The CEO says he can't remember every little thing he ever said.

2017-07-29
Wally says he achieved all milestones on his secret project. The Boss wonders if he can believe Wally.

2017-07-30
Dilbert's project isn't done because he's not the boss and can't threaten to fire people. And he's not good at other leadership skills.

2017-07-31
Scientists confirm life as we know it is a computer simulation. The advanced civilization that created it must be psychopaths.