Yup. They call it "lossy compression" because some of the data gets thrown
away forever each time you compress it.
I really don't like the concept. I keep pure data as much as I can afford
to. .WAV files and pure-bitmap format images. Sucks up a lot of disk
space, but I've been wasting disk space like crazy for three years, and I
still have over 10 GB free.
Glad you think so. :)
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
Send a letter to them (DirecWay) and tell them your not going pay (All or
part) of your bill until your satisfied. Copy the letter to the BBB and the
FTC. It's always fun to add another name to the cc: list, something like
cc: Firstname Lastname, Esq. (As requested)
Links work good for me and I'm 4,000 miles away on a dial-up modem.
Might be best to edit out the portrait....(grin).
Nice chess box and now I know what a "Trebuchet" is - a Roman catapult.
And alot of badges on your shirt....But nice workshop.
noel dot hegan at virgin dot net
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