dither in the browser with the power of CSS: https://maya.land/monologues/2021/02/15/css-dither.html
this is the fake preview image lol
@maya My profile picture results in considerable nightmare fuel but still this is an amazing technique!
@maya hmm, doesnt work so well in Safari
@cinebox ack! it should be possible to fix up somehow, I'm the least confident about the simplest parts of it (positioning)
talks about using dither to send smaller images for conservation's sake, but the site really is solar powered and the battery's drained.
Is there an energy efficient CDN a solar powered site could use?
The server went offline yesterday indeed but we maintained the URL structure between the solar version of the site and the regular one. Just remove the 'solar' from the URL:
@emma @maya This article looked interesting so I checked whether it had been grabbed by archive.org and indeed it has: https://web.archive.org/web/20210116130736/https://solar.lowtechmagazine.com/2020/01/how-sustainable-is-a-solar-powered-website.html
@gaeel it is incredibly, incredibly cool looking, and is one of the rare things provoking regret that my personal computer is a Chromebook 😅
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