Friday, April 18, 2008

The end of an era

Scott Adams is a woo-woo with a brain the size of a peanut. Even so, I've been a fan of the Dilbert comic strip for many years. What can I say? I've been in the computer business for thirty years, and Dilbert is a documentary. He mocks the stupid and arrogant, an activity I heartily approve of.

Today, however, I can't load the Dilbert website in either Firefox or IE, because it's apparently all Flash and scripts, and I have my security turned up rather high.

Sic transit gloria mundi.

6 comments:

  1. why not just get them sent to your inbox? I haven't been to his site in years. I also think that it's fair to note that at least a few of the opinions Scott advances are designed to make peoples heads explode.

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  2. why not just get them sent to your inbox?

    If I really cared that much, I would. But I don't, so I won't.

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  3. It's unreadable in Safari as well.

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  4. Thanks, cornucrapia!

    The main site appears to be working better now as well.

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  5. A bit late to the party, but you can also try reading via the RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DilbertDailyStrip

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