It is difficult to maintain freshness when you have to churn out a cartoon a day. Some artists manage it better than others. Some know when to quit (Calvin's author), while others go on far too long with basically one or two gags (see Cathy or Garfield). While Scott Adams has had some dips in pure entertainment value, he is remarkable for maintaining a high laugh quotient more times than not - and his latest collection - "I'm not Anti-Business, I'm Anti-Idiot" is a winner and a keeper. The topics are trenchant and oh so accurate while the themes are embarassingly familiar to everyone who has had to share a cubicle. From Alice trying to control her fist of death to Catbert the evil HR Director - all work types are here - and will probably receive their own xeroxed copy of a pertinent cartoon - sent anonymously, of course. Best to get your copy and do it to others, first.