Tonight, well, last night, actually at this point, I got stuck at work. I could have driven home -- an hour drive -- just barely, but then I would have had to get back on-line to work from home because we had a software load tonight. (If you're really interested, I'll explain more below.)
But, I had an hour or so to kill, so it occurred to me, I could use that to do something.
And, what came to mind was a question Brittany was asked on TpT the other day. Basically, a lady asked her how to find her rank by country on the web site.
Now, as I'm sure a lot of you know, it's already visible on the rank page, but unlike the state or city ranks, you can't click on it to see a list of the whole country.
Well, now you can.
And, as an added bonus, you can now scroll through the country list using the "Previous" and "Next" items at the bottom of the list.
You'll automatically be placed on the page where you show up for the country. I imagine that when I have another opportunity like this, I'll do the same thing for the City and State lists.
For the curious:
I work as a software architect and development manager for a software company in Denver, but live in Colorado Springs. About once a month we load the new version of the software to servers in Denver and Phoenix and North Carolina. These loads typically start late at night, and I work on them remotely by logging in from home.
Tonight, there was a "crisis" at 5PM, and I got stuck at work until nearly 9PM. The load starts at 10PM, and while I could have gotten home (barely) in time to work there, I figured I'd just stay. Ahh, the glamorous life of the software engineer.
Still, I added this, so at least some good came out of it.