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Scott Adams, author of the Dilbert Cartoons, appears to be a little sceptical with regard to the use of spreadsheets in business. He might even have visited the EuSpRIG website once or twice. If you check the dates of his cartoons, you can see that some of his spreadsheet humour predates all of EuSpRIG.
     
           
   
Does it matter if the spreadsheet is wrong? - 2016-01-07
Only Three Spreadsheet Errors - 2016-01-06
Double Revenue by Increasing Absenteeism - 2011-06-02
Spreadsheets Don’t Lie, But Neither does Bat Excrement - 2009-05-22
MBAs and Spreadsheets - 2009-05-21
C23 in a Bad Mood - 2007-08-09
Numbers Don’t Lie - 2007-08-08
Manage by Spreadsheet - 2007-08-07
Go Track Yourself - 2007-03-20
Check my Spreadsheet - 2004-12-26
The Salary Spreadsheet II - 2004-08-12
The Salary Spreadsheet I - 2004-08-11
It’s a Funny Thing about Budgets - 1999-04-09
Boss with a Spreadsheet - 1998-12-12
Financial Modeling on my own - 1998-12-11
Just Tell Me What Lie to Use - 1997-11-23
Can I do That In Excel - 1997-09-10
NPV of Ant Milk - 1995-08-13
Relative Qualities - 1995-03-30
Two Tenths of a Person - 1993-12-30
Typo in the Budget Spreadsheet - 1993-02-17
Multi-Media Spreadsheet - 1992-09-07
 
     
           
   

“Spreadsheet Addiction”
A trader ages before your eyes as he rues the day that the audit team caught up with his addiction to spreadsheets. Cluster Seven advert.

“Spreadsheet Diva”, Microsoft Advert

“Real Men of Genius - Mr. Spreadsheet Guy”
A tribute to a fellow who just can't get enough data!

“The Spreadsheet”
A six-month anniversary dinner turns ugly when a businessman breaks the news to his girlfriend that she's just not profitable.

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