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Dilbert via RSS

Since there is no official Dilbert RSS feed (arguably a missed opportunity on the part of UFS), I’ve been using Tapestry for a while now – as well as Dilbert it also has lots of other comics.
Or rather it had. It hasn’t been working for a couple of days now and it appears that the domain has expired. Anyway, Google came to my rescue and I was able to find an alternative Dilbert feed.


  1. I want an RSS feed for the Ctrl+Alt+Del comic.

  2. alternatively you can get dilbert emailed to you @ (which is what i did). I didn’t want to burden the tapestry site more than it should do and I also didn’t want to have to visit the website each day either.
    Its also normally fairly straightforward to create your own feeds with a bit of dos batch file programming and wget

  3. Thanks! I needed my fix!

  4. Tapestry seems to be back. I got the last five days of B.C., ID and Dilbert on bloglines today.

  5. This site used to serve feeds for CAD, but they were asked to take it down by the author. Yet he still refuses to provide an RSS feed, saying (I’m paraphrasing) “you know when the site is updated, so you know when to visit”. Ridiculous.