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Smartphone usage: Narrow vs Wide
Swanlowpark uses media queries to control style.
We still analyse the logs for Narrow (smartphones) vs Wide (for tablets, laptops and desktops).
The split is:

PeriodNarrowWideTotal
 Count%Count%Count%
Nov 20193,22515.617,45684.420,681100.0

Google says over 50% of internet transactions now come from smartphones.
Seems majority of users of this website come from an earlier era.

Website on-the-rocks
Savings Calculator was always the flagship enquiry of this website.
But use has fallen to 3.5% of all visits.
As of February 2020, website will continue to be maintained for the next several years.
But website is obsolete in terms of its original purpose.

Page%
consumer-price-index28.8
retail-price-index23.1
savings-interest-annual9.2
savings-interest-data2.7
ftseannual5.2
inflation-calculator14.5
asset-price-calculator8.9
savings-calculator3.5
comment2.0
about2.1

Googlebox - Nurse Nancy discharged

Nothing to do with the website but could not resist putting this video up.
On Friday 15th May Gogglebox showed excerpts from BBC2 programme Hospital: Fighting Covid-19.
A nurse, Nancy, had been 13 days on a ventilator and was being discharged.

Nancy:
I’ve worked for the NHS since 1970.
I’ve worked every day of my life. Never taken a day off sick.
So you can imagine how angry I am that this stupid illness got me.
I want you to all know that I am truly, truly grateful.
We are indebted to a lot of you who have left their families so far away and you’re here to help us.
Please just hold on a little bit more.
We shall overcome this, and when we do, the NHS will hopefully be the better for it.
I am proud to be a nurse.
Thank You.

Googlebox - Nurse Nancy discharged

Nothing to do with the website but could not resist putting this video up.
On Friday 15th May Gogglebox showed excerpts from BBC2 programme Hospital: Fighting Covid-19.
A nurse, Nancy, had been 13 days on a ventilator and was being discharged.

Nancy:
I’ve worked for the NHS since 1970.
I’ve worked every day of my life. Never taken a day off sick.
So you can imagine how angry I am that this stupid illness got me.
I want you to all know that I am truly, truly grateful.
We are indebted to a lot of you who have left their families so far away and you’re here to help us.
Please just hold on a little bit more.
We shall overcome this, and when we do, the NHS will hopefully be the better for it.
I am proud to be a nurse.
Thank You.