Oh my, Oh my, Oh my. This has been a great day for updates here at RinseFirst. I know we’re new and all but you don’t understand. What I’m looking at right now will keep me valid no matter how hard I try. I don’t believe it. I just don’t believe it.
For those of you who don’t already know, the new site launched today. Please be sure to read yesterdays post because, well… It’s worth your time.
I don’t think there is anyway to describe how cool what I am looking at right now. Thanks goes to Blaine for showing me that this can be done outside of his content management system and hotmail. I can’t take credit for the code that I’m using to implement what I’m seeing, but I will take it’s benefits. I really need to give them a shameless plug because of all the problems they will have fixed for me after today.
Ok, let’s get into other news and feature tests. Our first one will be a feature test.
I was cleaning off my clipboard today and found a document that I wanted to reproduce here. I figured it would be worthwhile for all of those who ever think they should drive the 494/694 loop. It’s a list of all the cities we saw along the saw (494 first) and there populations according to their sign. It reads as follows:
Inver Grove Heights 29,751
Mendota Heights 11,434
Eden Praire 54,901
Maple Grove 50,365
New Brighton 22,206
Arden Hills 9,652
Little Canada 9,771
Vadnais Heights 13,069
White Bear Lake 24,325
Gem Lake 496
Oakdale 26,653Yes, I know Mapplewood is on there twice, but Amber, Nikki, and I saw it twice when going around the 150 mile loop.
Well, Alex wants me to get this post up really fast so he can get a link out of it. Hopefully this works perfectally. Be sure to read my earlier post today if you haven’t already!