Scott Adams, Dilbert.com (February 9, 2011)
It's anyone's guess, what Dilbert's clueless manager meant by "burped the grope plow armistice" and "flail the rude fresco."
It's the Lemming's opinion that it's not the technology that's at fault here: it's the folks who use it. Or, rather, the cartoon characters. Some folks have a gift for garbling communication: and it's not always a matter of not spelling or saying words correctly. The Lemming's had supervisors who - but that's another topic.
Texting is in the news and views today, by the way. Somewhat seriously:
- "Auto-corrected text leads to killing"
Technically Incorrect, CNET News (February 14, 2011)
- "Driving while talking on a cell phone will put points on your license"
WIVB TV (Buffalo, New York) (February 14, 2011)
- "Lemming Tracks: a Recovering English Teacher and the Dean's Spellchecker"
(January 12, 2011)
- "FCC, the Internet, Regulations, Freedom of Speech, and a Ranting Lemming"
(December 23, 2010)
- "'Manage - - - Like It's the 1800's!' "
(December 5, 2010)