Frank, aka PCGuy, has published another one of his Truthful Tuesday posts. This week Frank wants to know…
When it comes to navigation in unfamiliar territory, do you shun technology, relying on traditional maps and written directions, or do you leave the atlas behind letting GPS and Google Maps guide the way?
Paper maps? That’s so twentieth century, dude.
I have fully embraced satellite mapping technologies and GPS apps. I use Google Maps to get anywhere, familiar or unfamiliar territory alike. Even if I know how to get to my destination, Google Maps will indicate where traffic is heavy or backed up and will even suggest alternative routes. Can paper maps do that?
I also use Google Maps when I go biking or hiking, as it can show me the best bike routes and hiking trails.
Paper maps? Ha! Fuhgeddaboudit!