Thanks to my spouse, I've been pretty religious about shredding personal information for the past 10-15 years. Even though I'm not quite as paranoid about my business information (after all, you *want* people to know about your business), I still shred any credit card applications that come in the office mail. I guess it was a good idea.
Dilbert creator Scott Adams loses and regains his voice. As we used to say in the software business, it's not good to assume that your problem is caused by a compiler error, but every once in a great while, it is.
And yes, our parents were right: if you have your health, you have (nearly) everything.
It's a great overview of his view of New Marketing. The Q&A session is interesting as well ("No one wakes up saying to themself, I wish I could solve my search appliance problem!").
His suggested approach to solving the "search appliance" problem was to get people talking about it, by (a) seeding influencers like Joel Spolsky with one of the devices, and (b) creating opportunities for people who have the device to talk to those who don't.