Dilbert is a cult cartoon figure among the nerds in our business, but Insider is afraid that some may be taking him too seriously. The eponymous hero has released the Dilbert computer game which includes an amusing tool known as the Jargonator. The Jargonator takes any old words in English and turns them into techno-geek-speak. The problem is, Insider hears that some marketing people in the business are actually using the Jargonator in press releases and other literature. Would anyone care to

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