has gone HD!

Recent photos are now twice the resolution, but occupy the same screen space. This means that increasingly-common ultra-high-density displays should show much sharper images, with even standard displays benefitting a little. The downside is that photos now eat more download data (and disk storage).

Meanwhile, the current mission is to round up all the missing photo albums, including many from the early 2000's, where the price of being an early adopter of digital photography - mostly from 2001 when it largely replaced film, but dabbling as early as 1997 with a Casio QV-10 or 11 at work - was fairly low-resolution photos from a Kodak DC-3800 camera. On the upside, it was virtually cost-free per photo from that point on.

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