"For people who live out of town, it would be a great resource and tool," he added. "But, to be fair, if you've been living here your whole life like I have, you don't need to use Google Maps. You just use your brain."Which brings up two interesting points:
- Technology is irrelevant unless it is used.
- If locals aren't the primary users of geo-data, who is the geo-data being generated for?
Still the idea of being able to track where each fire truck is is interesting. I only wish they had implemented it for buses.