Analogue vs Digital: Never Lost with GPS

NextNature.net
May 8th 2015

Before global positioning systems, we all used maps. And they could be very annoying. Stopping along the way because you didn't remember which turn you should take, the clumsy sizes and hard way to fold it back. Never mind the arguments on map reading skills… Whew! It all belongs to the past. Maps and satellite navigation devices are the best invention! But don’t lose your mind.

The results of people blindly following digital directions into large bodies of water, the wrong way on a busy road, and yes, even trees, show that we might have all become just a little too reliant on those helpful voices that guide us along our way. From the Analogue vs Digital Memory Game.

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