JPEG artifact humor


13 Responses to “JPEG artifact humor”

  1. Itsumishi says:

    Dead link sorry guys.

  2. Warren_Terra says:

    As Itsumishi noted, the link is messed up; this is apparently the correct one.

    While I’m picking nits, there’s a word missing after “similarly”.

  3. justaddh3o says:

    i hrt cmprssn hmr

  4. Mark Dow says:

    You say there’s someone fallen in the minecraft Lossie?

  5. dagfooyo says:

    I’d love to see a video verson of this.  I imagine Lossie’s bark would sound like an 11 kbps mp3.

  6. Cornan_KotW says:

    This is glorious. Thanks for the laugh.

  7. CiaranD uffy says:

    haha, I love ‘Alias’

  8. jeris manning says:

    I made one for this comment section!

  9. Tony says:

    I’m sorry, but I don’t get it.  What/who is Lossie?  Why is this funny?

    • OtherMichael says:

      I’m sorry, but I don’t get it. What/who is Lossie? Why is this funny?

      Lassie is a well-known canine hero of films and TV.

      JPEG is a lossy (ie, some data is sacrificed for smaller size) image-compression method.

      The image of Lassie has been isolated and modified using a lossy-compression technique, hence, “Lossie.”

      What a degrading experience.

      • Tony says:

        Ah, I see.  I know who/what Lassie is, I was just confused on the Lossie-thing.  Thank you for the identification and explanation of the lossy-compression technique.

  10. Jesseham says:

    This one’s for the people who spell loser “looser”.  I dub thee “losser”.

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