In The Dilbert Future, Scott Adams turns futurist, offering a bold, compelling and often hysterical vision of future society. First, the good news is that human nature won't change much. Most of us however will continue to be guided by the immutable principles of stupidity, selfishness and horniness very much like how we are in this present age but with more advanced technology. But there's more! Drawing on his keen grasp of human nature and social dynamics, Adams daringly predicts key developments in every part of the future scape.
For example, in The Dilbert Future you will learn in the future that life definitely won't be like a Sci-Fi movie. There will be a huge market for technology products that help workers goof off and still get paid. Internet capacity will increase indefinitely to keep up with the egos of the people using it and your clothes will be smarter than you. In this series, Scott Adams dons his soothsayer's robes and turns his piercing eye to subjects as diverse as technology, the workplace, elections, the battle of the sexes, drive-through pet care, and the possibility of intelligent (or stupid) life on other planets.
In typical Adams fashion, The Dilbert Future: Thriving on Stupidity in the 21st Century serves up a series of laugh-out-loud predictions on technology, marketing, work, jobs, gender relations, and even the future of democracy and capitalism.
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