Death by typing

23 Nov 2008

When I first published the previous entry, I’d mistyped the quote in the title as “You Killed Anne L. Retentive With A Type?” I corrected this, but then an alternative script for the comic in question popped into my head. “Hang on,”, I thought, “hasn’t Dilbert just grown all sorts of groovy, funky Web 2.0 shenanigans that allow you do do those ‘mash up’ things the kids are talking about these days?” (Free tip: if you want to read Dilbert without all of the extraneous bells and whistles, try http://dilbert.com/fast/.)

It turns out that you can produce modified versions of comics, but only in fairly limited ways. However, I do still have the GIMP:

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(Original strip at Dilbert.com)

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