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  • Using GPS is ruining our natural sense of direction
  • Using GPS is ruining our natural sense of direction
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Using GPS is ruining our natural sense of direction

Take the first left and walk to the end of the road  then check Google Maps again. GPS may seem like a godsend for those of us with a terrible sense of direction, but it’s actually doing more harm than good, diminishing our natural ability to create mental maps and navigate the world.

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