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Speaking of poor quality jpegs, Michael Bell-Smith steers us towards this page
at a site called "fake is the new real
." I've been enjoying the random collection of fey, twee, transmedial-type things on that site but one point of clarification should be that the jpegs assembled there (and sampled here) are good
(as in beautiful) bad jpegs as opposed to good-bad
(as in pathetic/funny) bad jpegs.