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Dilbert Weighs in on Gizmodo Stolen iPhone Prototype

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Scott Adams of Dilbert fame has released two comic strips that deftly summarize the entire Gizmodo stolen iPhone prototype story, with the addition of Wally. Since the story will undoubtedly be old by the time these could hit newspapers (there's a one-month lag time, apparently), Adams decided not to submit them.favicon follow link

 

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Jeff Carlson  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2010-04-27 09:09
As of Tuesday morning, it looks like the Dilbert site is having trouble. Maybe we swamped his bandwidth! Aww, we know it was likely Gruber.