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Jun 26, 2013
The feed isn't gone--still there, now just a link with no comic. (I'd like the comic back, but the old black & white daily like it used to be; if one wants color, then one can just go to the site.) I'm not unsubscribing to the feed, however. I read the feed in Thunderbird, so I can just open the link there, and since javascript is disabled, I don't see any ads anyway--coolness. (Still, it'd be nicer with that old black & white comic. :D )

Did I mention how nice it is to have the zoom feature (on the site page) in order to get the large (and readable) GIF? ...worth coming to the site just for that (though I'm sure someone will write a script to do this auto-magically any day now).
Jun 26, 2013
Guys, the RSS feed , whatever that is, has gone away. Get over it. If it's a ploy to make more money...well, gee, what a shocker that one is. Everyone has the right to run their site the way they wish. The world, and all that's in it, changes every day. You can buy almost any newspaper and get Dilbert on the comics page. Give it a shot.
Let the 'thumbs down' commence.
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Jun 26, 2013
If we really want to make a difference with regards to the RSS, just rate every strip half a star. The rating effects every aspect of Dilbert sales, strip sales, t-shirt sales etc. Just rate the strip bad, up votes don't seem to do a darned thing.
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Jun 26, 2013
All the ads are blocked by my chrome plugins and DoNotTrackMe anyway, so you might as well bring the strip back to RSS.
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Jun 26, 2013
The message on the rss page doesn't even make sense. It says:

"Dilbert readers - Please visit Dilbert.com to read this feature. Due to changes with our feeds, we are now making this RSS feed a link to Dilbert.com."

What changes would require them to make the feed a link to the website. I mean that doesn't even make sense it isn't an rss feed if it is a website link. It should probably say

"In order to monetize on the advertisements featured on the dilbert website we are no longer providing an rss feed."
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