There will be a small change when you read What the Duck in your local paper: it will simply be called WT Duck. Online, it remains What the Duck. But that's the only concession, nothing else changes. (Well, OK, that's kind of a lie. It's now 7 days, with the Sunday strips being bigger and in color-but still in three-panel format.) Universal Press Syndicate (UPS) will provide a daily fix of the Duck on its site, alongside the other comic strips in their stable, and Johnson will continue with the WhattheDuck.net (and now .com, as well!) site unchanged. There's no concessions, no trade-outs, no character changes. The strip and the experience continues as it is-and we are very happy about that. Bloggers can still link and post the strips or translate to their native tongue without fear of the UPS IP police, the CafePress shop will continue to launch new branded offerings, but now maybe you'll also see the Duck elsewhere as well, as the UPS marketing team pushes to bring the Duck to an even bigger stage.