Monday, November 9, 2009
iPhone saved the day time and again
During the three days my friend Ed Lenert and I drove to various battle sites in northern Europe at the start of our monthlong adventure, we often relied on Ed's GPS-enabled Apple iPhone for navigation -- and to show us where we were when we got lost. With gasoline being as pricy as it was -- we'd paid $75 for the fuel every time we filled the tank of our Ford Fiesta -- we were eager to minimize the amount of time we spent driving the wrong way. In the photo above, I'm holding the phone as Ed drives.