When I first got my driver’s license — back in 19 mumble, mumble — there was no Global Positioning System. There also weren’t smart phones, let alone apps that told you how to get somewhere or how to avoid traffic jams.
We relied solely on our memories and, of course, maps. Not all that long ago, I pulled out a map when one of my children asked how to get somewhere. As I unfolded it, I was met with a blank stare; it was a foreign sight to my millennial. I imagine I’d get the same reaction if I leafed through …read more
Source: NJ.com Mercer