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May 22, 2008
the new design is a disaster. It's slow as hell. I can't save a picture. Emailing pictures is working very sporadically.
 
 
May 21, 2008
Ted is a red shirt isn't he? ;~) How many times has he died now? Maybe his name should be Kenny.
 
 
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May 7, 2008
Dear Scott,

I really like being able to scan through the strip archive, and I also enjoy the "mashup" feature. However, the site really is pretty slow to load, and it took a few tries to figure out how to scan through a Sunday strip. An option to display the strips as straight GIFs would speed things up for those of us with limited bandwidth and/or sluggish computers (or Vista... heh, heh).

The strip itself has been pretty funny lately, especially the bits about the "musky scent of failure." You could probably get some good "Odor-Eater" jokes out of that one. Admiral B'Tang-B'Tang should make a return appearance sometime. Talk about hostile takeovers.

Best,
Nate
 
 
May 6, 2008
Hi, I just registered only so I can complain about the Catbert changes you have introduced.
Just how many negative comments does it take to make you put this website back the way it was?
This is really a truly NEGATIVE HORRIBLE experience now.
It is Tediously Difficult to navigate, Slow to load, not at all fun like the original site.
The previous version was much faster to load too.
We ALL propose you should abandon trying to "PIMP UP" this site up and go back to basics
Please strip out ALL that boring Flash Nonsense and KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid)
By the way the GIF generator you are using produces terrible quantisation noise in between the main lines, it looks like you are using MS Paint? Yeugh! Pittooie!
 
 
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May 1, 2008
Wow, I must be the first one to comment on the cartoon, as opposed to the delivery mechanism... Scott, ther "Due Dilgence" sequence came about at EXACTLY the right time to cheer me up, as my company is now in merger talks with an organisation which is ten or a dozen times bigger (so guess which of the two organisations is going to end up in the position of the convict who has to bend over in the shower and pick up the soap). The idea of becoming nothing more than a handy source of protein for ravenous space aliens sums up the "due diligence" stage of the process quite aptly!

Thanks for the dose of corporate black humour!
 
 
 
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