The New Yorker has a thing for diaereses (the little dots over the second vowel in words like "coöperate"). Dots and Murmurs is a Chrome extension that removes them. Why? Because they're fussy, distracting and, according to the magazine itself, "the single thing that readers of the letter-writing variety complain about most."
You're good to go! Head over to The New Yorker and start reading dot-free.
The naïve and uncoördinated zoölogist preëmptively reëntered the lion's cage.