Oh, and that last comment took over a minute to post... Sigh.
As for people who say "don't point out things that can be improved, just sit quietly and be part of the problem" you are retarded, please return to your parent's cave and chisel some more spear points.. For the people who point out it's free, well, have you ever heard of a thing called "advertisements?" This may come as a shock so sit down: this page is NOT a charity or a philanthropy! It is a direct money-making endeavor in the form of multitudes of ads, and indirectly by promoting the Dilbert brand. A Brand being soiled by those who obviously do not understand technology (nor the words "data...")
1) "Data" is plural. A true engineer would know that, and say "The data are wrong."
2) This is the slowest fcking website I have ever seen. The fastest a strip has ever loaded is 2 minutes, though once it took 5 minutes. The stupidest fcking thing is that the strip loads first and flashes on the screen for a fraction of a second and then I have to wait 2 to 5 minutes for the flash to load and run. I mean, the old side was pretty god damn stupid, with a menu made out of 50 little jpgs instead of one big jpg, forcing 50 connections and downloads when it could have been done in one download of all of 50k, but this one seriously takes the cake. I am sure it would be much faster at home, but at work it's like watching grass grow.
3) Who the hell thought it was a good idea to force the user to horizontally scroll through a comic? Did someone actually sit down and say "You know what the web needs more of? Pages you have to scroll horizontally to read. People LOVE when content that could fit on a page doesn't, so lets do that with a comic!"
I see Beta in fairly big letters up there, so complaints were probably expected. The RSS feed is great though. It's like having your first coffee of the day brought to your desk for you. You have to wait a bit for the guy to let go of the damn cup before you can finally start drinking, but the service is still appreciated. (The symptoms of missing my morning coffee and missing my daily Dilbert are similar.)