What the hell, why have you broken Dilbert. Web 2.0 is about user generated content, not splashing "beta" on a site that should have been tested by testers, and shoving on a comments section (which, I add, ruins good humour).
Not to mention the fact that the front page slows my PC to a halt, the viewer is terrible and overly bloated, and the interface is sufficiently convoluted that navigating to archived things is a pain in the !$%*!$%*!$%*!$ either change the site back for the sake of the people who've made it popular (by reading it, and thus lining your pockets), or at least provide a lite version that is just a bunch of links and pngs/jpgs, and none of this flash b*ll*cks.
Kind of ironic though, that a comic that mocks bloat, stupid managerial decisions and out of touch company policy has managed to do exactly that.
If you click on "embed" and copy the URL after where it says "source" (for today's strip, its http://dilbert.com/dyn/str_strip/000000000/00000000/0000000/000000/00000/2000/200/2826/2826.strip.gif), and paste it into your address bar, you can get a hold of the strip where you can copy it to your computer.