Channel 4’s turnover and post tax profit from 1993 to the end of 2021 (the last full year currently available), both in absolute terms and adjusted to 2021 prices via the
BoE inflation calculator.
Chart data points can be rolled over to provide more information.
‘…Bradford, Buxton, Crewe, Warrington, Widnes, Wigan, Leeds, Northwich, Nantwich…’
‘…Manchester, Castleford, Skem, Doncaster, Dewsbury, Hali-fax, Bingley, Bramhall, Are all in the North…’
It’s Grim Up North by the The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu. From the cancelled The Black Room.
Yes! Yet more DALL-E spam!
A Giant Duck Menacing 1950s London
The top left duck appears to be constipated. The bottom right appears to be nesting within the product of its destruction.
And spring 2022 brings us another major release of QEMU – in this case, QEMU 7.0, available in all of its tar.xz’d loveliness directly from
Raspberry Pi OS‘s package repository remains the fastest, simplest way to get QEMU onto your Pi, Pi OS’s Debian lineage often leaves it trailing the cutting edge – in the case of QEMU, the packaged release for Raspberry Pi OS (version 2022-04-04) is version 5.2 from way back in December 2020.
QEMU can be installed via the Raspberry Pi OS package manager – or via ‘apt install’ on the command line. Alas, the version offered is several years behind the latest release.
Fortunately, QEMU is fairly easy to download and compile ourselves.
And another 2026 map images from the
‘ series: Ordnance Survey Maps – Six-inch England and Wales, 1842-1952’ Lancashire – 1664 Maps
Interesting places covered in Lancashire include:
Warwickshire – 462 Maps
Interesting places covered in Warwickshire include:
And, shortly after my last
DALL-E related post, I finally got access to the full product!
And what better way to start off with the full-fat version than by running the same requests as my last post and comparing the outputs.
Clive Sinclair drawn by HR Giger
DALL-E Mini Continue reading
A rather horrifying news item:
How Canadian researchers reconstituted an extinct poxvirus for $100,000 using mail-order DNA.
Bringing back an extinct virus that is related to smallpox, that’s a pretty inflammatory situation PAUL KEIM, NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY
Franky, after the last few years of
grot, I’d prefer it if Smallpox didn’t return.
DALL·E Mini spam. It’s a little late but… meh. Clive Sinclair drawn by HR Giger