Dilbert Newsletter


Dilbert Newsletter

Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 18:37:37 GMT
From: owner-newjour@ccat.sas.upenn.edu
Subject: Dilbert Newsletter

Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 11:25:22 -0400 (EDT)
From: Lisabeth King <lisabeth>
Subject: Dilbert Newsletter

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The Dilbert Newsletter

Welcome to the Dilbert Newsletter archive.

Newsletter 1 - 5/94
Newsletter 2 - 9/94
Newsletter 3 - 11/94
Newsletter 4 - 1/95
Newsletter 5 - 3/95 NEW!

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Dilbert Newsletter 3/95 (excerpts)

To: Dogbert's New Ruling Class (DNRC)
From: Scott Adams
Date: March 1995

DNRC Status Report

In just eleven months Dogbert's New Ruling Class has grown to over
20,000 cynical (yet oddly attractive) members!

But don't worry, that still leaves well over 5 billion people to do
our menial work after Dogbert conquers the planet and enslaves all
non-members. Start putting your job list together now.

Name the Non-DNRC People

What we really need is a good derogatory nickname for non-DNRC people.
The phrase "non-DNRC people" is kinda klunky and doesn't convey our full
contempt for fact that they squander our valuable resources such as
oxygen and vowels...
------------------------------------------------------------- Dilbert's
New Home on the Internet

You may notice the sudden disappearance of Dilbert from the GNN web
page and the ClariNet service.

Dilbert has moved to his own home page on the World Wide Web, courtesy
of United Media. Here's the address:


Here's what you'll find
- Dilbert cartoon of the day (one week delay)
- Prehistory of Dilbert -- early rejections
- Photo tour of how I create Dilbert
- Dilbert Newsletter archive
- Instructions on joining Dogbert's New Ruling Class
- Dilbert character descriptions.
- Early photos of me (may frighten young children)

A special DNRC preview of the page is available on March 31st. It's
open to the general public (Dumplings?) the next day.
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Original posting date: 
Sunday, July 30, 1995
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