Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, a people relied upon a tool called: The Thomas GuideMaps. This dates back to a time in history when research meant we were actually required to turn pages, read and figure things out. Voice activation and recognition were elements found only in Star Trek.
Fast forward to this twenty-first century and the brilliant conventional tool known as GPS is as common as real electric powered vehicles. GPS, a familiar acronym that we casually drop in mid-sentence when identifying (or attempting to find) a location or more frequently a destination … it’s how we will get there. It’s the traveling companion that we never leave home without.
When I did a quick Google search for the accurate definition, this is what I found: TheGlobal Positioning System(GPS) is a U.S.-owned utility that provides users with positioning, navigation, and…
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