Walking Directions

GPS receivers with built-in street maps and driving directions are now so ubiquitous that it’s apparently hard to remember any other sort. This article reprinted from the Wall Street Journal discusses handheld GPS receivers with driving walking directions for pedestrians — i.e., directions that ignore one-way streets and traffic control measures and that take paths into account. Now you’ll be able to collide into stationary objects and fall into bodies of water without having to take your car with you. Via GPS Tracklog.