You've stumbled across the archive of the blog posts I wrote back in 2014 and prior. Feel free to peruse, through everything from code snippets that never made it to GitHub, to random ramblings about my passion for technology.

JPGs and PNGs each serve their purposes in the computing world.

For example, a JPG cannot hold transparency; it must have a background color of some type. However, as a tradeoff, it is what is called a "lossy" format, which means that some data will be lost when it is saved due to being compressed.

PNG, however, is saved in a "lossless" format (as-is), which means the file you see as a PNG is eye-to-eye identical to what was originally saved (in many cases, a PSD file). PNGs can be slightly compressed, but not by a lot.

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