If you visited If the Moon Were Only 1 Pixel, you may have wondered “How could he afford all those pixels?”
All that digital real-estate actually does have a price-tag in the form of web-hosting fees. Until recently, the site was hosted on a cheap, shared server with traffic limits, so the site was running slow and some visitors were seeing an error screen.
The other day, after an annoying outage, I decided to pony up for a better package that will hopefully keep the site from crapping out the next time people are wondering how far it is to Pluto or a billionaire with a rocket company decides to tell his two million friends about it.
If you found the site interesting or informative, please click the button below to make a donation and help offset the increased maintenance costs. Donations can be as small as $1 or, if you’re feeling rich, why not donate a $1 for each of the 1,700,080 pixels to Pluto?
Now if there were only a way to convert all that scrolling into dollars…