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Jul 5, 2013

You can also sign up for email delivery. I believe the email will show you if you have read it. Should work pretty mindlessly as everyone checks their email now and again.
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Jul 5, 2013
Yes, "simples" if you can be bothered remembering to do it every day, and you have an internet connection at the time you remember, and you can remember which days' strips you've read and which you haven't if you don't always have time or you're away for a few days.

My RSS reader took care of all that for me. That's what computers are supposed to be for--quietly taking care of the menial stuff that shouldn't require any interaction from me.
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Jun 27, 2013
I just keep the page in "my Favourites" - and it's just one click away every day - Simples !
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Jun 26, 2013
wiredwizard42 - it has nothing to do with the number of clicks (well, it sort of does if you read thousands of RSS news items a day), but this is nothing more than a money grab. The only reason any webcomic won't display the comic in the feed is simply to get pageviews for their ads. Scott was one of the last ones, but this means he, too, has fallen to the dark side. It is just disappointing learning that instead of being Dilbert, he is in reality a PHB.
Jun 26, 2013
Cthulhu, I don't get what all the fuss is about, people. Is one extra click of the mouse *really going to kill you?!

=rolls eyes=

IMHO, it's worth the 1.42 calories burned per click to read Dilbert.
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