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Forward and Back with the iPhone

The Huffington Post is onto something.
In a recent report, the website listed seven things that the iPhone, first released to the public only seven years ago, has made obsolete - though there are surely plenty more than seven.
Up first, says the website: roadmaps. Thanks to Google Maps, which anyone can use on his or her cellphone, nobody uses paper maps anymore.
I can’t begin to imagine how much stress this is saving vacationing families.
Pre-Google-Maps horror stories were legend when I was a kid in the ‘70s: Neighbors who thought they were heading east to the beach unwittingly ...

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