Jan 4, 2008
By: Alvaro Fernandez
We have suggested before (The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Brains)…
“Don’t Outsource Your Brain. Not to media personalities, not to politicians, not to your smart neighbour… Make your own decisions, and mistakes. And learn from them. That way, you are training your brain, not your neighbour’s.”
Well, let me add now: Don’t Outsource Your Brain to Your GPS system, either…
– “A 32-year-old Californian whose rental car got smashed by a Metro-North train last night was issued a minor summons for causing the fiery crash that stranded railroad commuters for hours.”
– “Bo Bai, a computer technician from Sunnyvale who said he was merely trusting his car’s global positioning system when he steered onto the tracks, was cited for obstructing a railroad crossing, officials said this afternoon.”
Fortunately, the driver was safe, and there were no injuries. The article deserves reading…here.