Life imitates Dilbert

LCD panels are expensive. The bigger the panel, the harder it is to make, and yields are low—which is why laptop screens can have up to three “stuck” pixels visible before they’re considered faulty. If only perfect LCDs were acceptable, prices would be incredibly high. This being the case, a number of companies are looking for ways to glue together multiple small LCDs to make one really big one. So imagine: You’re the CEO of a technology startup supposedly working on a revolutionary new way to tile LCDs to make big screens, called “Grout-Free”.