I still look at seed catalogs, but don't buy as often from them like I did as a kid. I see at least one possum every night in my back yard and one or two raccoons every few nights. The raccoons used to climb the one hickory tree and pull up my sunflower feeder to them (on a chain), spill, and eat to their hearts delight. I moved that feeder to one of those rod iron posts (84" tall) that you can buy. The new feeder is also hanging from one of those and just a bit too high for the cats to swat birds off it jumping up. They're still interested and lay in wait for birds to visit the feeder, but they can't reach them unless the birds get on the ground beneath the feeder. Squirrels also can't climb these posts. We have lots of grey squirrels. If I knew a blacksmith locally, I would have them make me a couple of those posts that are taller than 84 inches. When I had dial up internet service, I never visited the forums and truly only discovered them or the variety of forums available after getting faster internet speeds. With dial up, loading pictures was such a slow affair and with many internet sites having motion now, it really uses up the band width. The only thing I used the internet for before DSL service was email. It won't long before the hard-wired in cable internet will be a thing of the past with the 5G technology that has been developed and starting to spread. It will be a couple years before it's common place. I read that 5G requires closer tower spacing....? I am very comfortable with the resultant size on the downsized images. I don't think the downsized images are compressed here except for the ones that you see the "click to enlarge". With downsizing pictures, I don't think it's compression so much as a thinning of the pixel density. Not an expert on this particularly. The other good thing about reduced size is that it lessens the "fear" of people "stealing" your photos, calling them their own, and potentially using them for re-sale. Photography is a hobby for me, but I do not like people pirating images off the web for profit.