Oh dear. The old site worked so well: the page opened, and there was the strip. Have a good laugh at and go back to work. Just becuase you can complicate something, it doesn't necessarily make it better - and in this instance it certainly hasn't. Please revert to the old style, or at least make it optional.
On commenter said that the old site was looking dated. Hey pal, the Eiffel tower looks dated, but it doesn't need changing!
I'm not going to be as harsh as some others, but, it seems like this is a case of someone trying to fix something that wasn't broken. The humor of Dilbert doesn't need bells and whistles to appeal to the audience. I'll keep reading because I like Dilbert, but it all seems a bit unneccessary.
This has to be a joke. A very bad joke indeed. Was this new ... website a project designed by Dilbert's company, revised by the pointy haired boss, ruined by the CEO and then coded by Ashouk in his cubicle after work? It looks like it was!!
Actually, this website makes me laugh because the Flash design is so !@#!@#!@#$$$ that only a Dilbert company with mindless minions as coders could have designed it. What were you thinking!? Don't you realize that Dilbert.com is most likely read by many people who feel themselves like little Dilberts, too? That new website is the exact opposite of the simple and easily accessible site it once was. :-(( No longer can I easily save the comic as a jpg file for later use. And the fact that the comic is in color now does not make it better. In fact, the old black & white drawings made it more inspiring and powerful, with a nice dash of colour on Sundays.
Well, it looks like the pointy haired boss has finally taken control of dilbert.com. Sad to see. :-(