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May 12, 2009
I hope he's from marketing otherwise I feel bad for him.
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May 20, 2008
If you're looking to get the strips very easily, then use the RSS feed (and you don't need an RSS reader)

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May 12, 2008
Oh Boy, I am happy to see that I am not the only one who feels that even though the website is awesome, and so comfortable to watch, the older version is much more frindly. I miss the old website where I used to copy, paste and send some of the strips to very involved colleagues by email or (ironically) use it for some staff notices as a humour mark to make hard decisions easy to accept...I used to have my collection of Dilbert Strips so please do something....
May 8, 2008
I'm afraid I agree with the sentiment here... whilst I applaud Scott Adams for making all his strips available for free, the new Flash setup stinks to high heaven. It's slow, kludgy, bandwidth-hogging eye candy. I mean come on, it's the kind of thing designed to give a Pointy Haired Boss a raging chubby..... but any Dilbert worth his salt would be disgusted.
May 8, 2008
Ok I am not gonna get too mad about this I am just gonna say it like this. I appreciate you trying to keep us coming to a fresh new look thats good business. The real trouble (ironically) is that we are viewing it on computers that like your strips are locked in the fabric dungeon and not able to update software on the fly. You guys (web and artist) are an important part of day heck for me my life, giving me the ability to know that there are others out there trapped just the same. SO if flash felt like a good move it probably is but from the way they are responding maybe it should be a option to pick flash or non flash from the start. You definately got some die hard fanbase but just like dogs they get use to one kind of food they expect it to be the same, or they will chew your couch up.
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