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Subject:Re: Technical people From:"sara k. brown" <sara -at- INTERCON -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 16 Dec 1993 16:56:07 -0500
> PPS. Someone here at the office tells me that the author of this strip
> has an E-Mail address on the Internet. You can send him messages
> telling him about the stupid stuff that goes on in your office, and who
> knows, you might wind up in print.
Yes, it's true. I don't have his address in front of me but it's in the latest
issue of Wired magazine. Dilbert is the first comic strip on line.