Webware has a post up outlining the launch of a new Dilbert website with many Web 2.0 features:
Adams and United Media are now inviting Dilbert fans to the site for a series of new interactive features.
The most interesting of these is a three-pronged approach to what is being called “mashups”: giving readers the ability to create their own versions of Dilbert strips.
I’ve always loved Dilbert because there’s so much about real work life going on in this tiny little comic – and it’s popularity clearly shows that I’m not the only one that thinks so. The mashups bring user generated content into the Dilbert world – go have fun with it!
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