1. (n) a collaboration of web pages which use a common phrase in the names of hyperlinks to the same address for the explicit purpose of making that address appear at the top of the list when that phrase is typed into a Google search engine. (This phenomenon is unique to Google since most other search engines don't include text from hyperlinks in their databases.)
2. (v) (-ed,-ing) to conspire with other web page authors to create a Google bomb by agreeing on the search phrase and victim site
The most famous Google bomb can be triggered by searching for "miserable failure". As of 1/8/04, the White House biography of George W. Bush is still at top of the list. Some counterstrikes have been made on Jimmy Carter's bio and Michael Moore's website, which now appear second and third respectively.
(adj) resembling an office environment like the one depicted in Dilbert strips, used esp. of managment trends or specific situations that have been mocked in the strips
I knew it was going to be a long day when I discovered the office printer had been moved into my already-cramped cubicle. This wouldn't have been so bad, except that my coworkers seemed to think it was now my job to deliver them the documents they were sending to the printer, but when my boss asked me to bring him the printed copy of the email I had just sent to him from my desk, it was downright Dilbertesque.