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A Gps Sayings By Barack Obama: It was basic research in the photoelectric field-in the photoelectric effect that would one day It was basic research in the photoelectric field-in the photoelectric effect that would one day lead to solar panels. It was basic research in physics that would eventually produce the CAT scan. The calculations of today's GPS satellites are based on the equations that Einstein put to paper more than a century ago. — Barack Obama
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A Gps Sayings By Matthew Yglesias: It's rare that you have a policy issue that can be solved by throwing more It's rare that you have a policy issue that can be solved by throwing more money at the problem, but the technology to make bus service more frequent and equip buses with GPS systems that provide real-time schedule updates to bus stops exists and operates in many parts of the world. We should be installing it in our major cities. — Matthew Yglesias
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A Gps Sayings By Cassandra Clare: She'd tried to program it when they'd gotten into the Toyota, but it had refused She'd tried to program it when they'd gotten into the Toyota, but it had refused to turn on. Once, the GPS had only spoken in a heavy German accent for weeks. Julian had decided it was possessed. — Cassandra Clare
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A Gps Sayings By Rick Riordan: Leo glanced back, his face streaked with soot. "Apollo, you sense anything?""Why is it my Leo glanced back, his face streaked with soot. "Apollo, you sense anything?"
"Why is it my job to sense things? Just because I used to be a god of prophecy-"
"You're the one who's been having visions," Calypso reminded me. "You said your friend Meg would be here."
Just hearing Meg's name gave me a twinge of pain. "That doesn't mean I can pinpoint her location with my mind!" Zeus has revoked my access to GPS!"
"GPS?" Calypso asked.
"Godly positioning system."
"That's not a real thing! — Rick Riordan
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A Gps Sayings By Steve Weddle: And so many of the indies have partnered with Google to sell ebooks right from And so many of the indies have partnered with Google to sell ebooks right from their own websites. These stores are embracing the "new technology" instead of hiding from it, because they realize it's about the story, not the ink on paper. If you want ebooks, your local indie can sell you ebooks. If your local independent is hanging up posters saying that ebooks will kill everything, you should tag that bookstore as a favorite in your GPS doohickey. You'll get great deals, because that store will have a going-out-of-business sale soon. Yes, even though you try to save it with a letter-writing campaign. — Steve Weddle
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A Gps Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: We have become so trusting of technology that we have lost faith in ourselves and We have become so trusting of technology that we have lost faith in ourselves and our born instincts. There are still parts of life that we do not need to "better" with technology. It's important to understand that you are smarter than your smartphone. To paraphrase, there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your Google. Mistakes are a part of life and often the path to profound new insights - so why try to remove them completely? Getting lost while driving or visiting a new city used to be an adventure and a good story. Now we just follow the GPS. — Jocelyn K. Glei
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A Gps Sayings By Janine Di Giovanni: Once Iraq became a hot bed for kidnapping, reporters had to use every kind of Once Iraq became a hot bed for kidnapping, reporters had to use every kind of trick they could manage to avoid it. This included chase cars, security men for more prosperous agencies and networks, and GPS signals on satellite phones that could pinpoint the journalist's locations. — Janine Di Giovanni
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A Gps Sayings By Garrison Keillor: My generation was secretive, brooding, ambitious, show-offy, and this generation is congenial. Totally. I imagine My generation was secretive, brooding, ambitious, show-offy, and this generation is congenial. Totally. I imagine them walking around with GPS chips that notify them when a friend is in the vicinity, and their GPSes guide them to each other in clipped electronic lady voices and they sit down side by side in a coffee shop and text-message each other while checking their e-mail and hopping and skipping around Facebook to see who has posted pictures of their weekend. — Garrison Keillor
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A Gps Sayings By Darynda Jones: I started to put my phone back in my bag when Ozzy yelled out, his I started to put my phone back in my bag when Ozzy yelled out, his accent so thick, I was only half certain he said, "Where the foock are ya goin'?"
Uncle Bob jumped. I must've turned on my GPS.
"You have to tahn the foock around. You're in the middle of foockin' nowhere."
"What the hell is that?" Uncle Bob asked, almost swerving off the road.
"Sorry, it's Ozzy." I grabbed my phone and turned down the volume. "He's so demanding." I pushed a few buttons to turn off the app, then put the phone to my ear. "Sweet, buttermilk pancakes, Ozzy, you have to stop calling me. You're a married man!" I pretended to hang up, then rolled my eyes. "Rock stars. — Darynda Jones
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A Gps Sayings By Robert Breault: It finally happened. I got the GPS lady so confused, she said, In one-quarter mile, It finally happened. I got the GPS lady so confused, she said, In one-quarter mile, make a legal stop and ask directions. — Robert Breault
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A Gps Sayings By Andrew Lansley: If I'm serious about patients and their GPs being able to have more control of If I'm serious about patients and their GPs being able to have more control of their health care, I can't have a top-down system that imposes restrictions on the services they need. — Andrew Lansley
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A Gps Sayings By Janet Evanovich: Ranger pulled onto the shoulder and reprogrammed the GPS system. "Lucky for you, you look Ranger pulled onto the shoulder and reprogrammed the GPS system. "Lucky for you, you look good in a T-shirt," Ranger said. "Lucky for you I don't have a gun on me." Ranger turned to me. His voice was low and even, but there was a whisper of incredulous disbelief. "You're not carrying a gun?" "Didn't seem necessary for us both to have one. — Janet Evanovich
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A Gps Sayings By Peter Diamandis: When cars have the sensory systems around them, GPS intelligence, they're looking at the world When cars have the sensory systems around them, GPS intelligence, they're looking at the world not only in visual spectrum, but infrared, ultraviolet and everything else that's going on and they've got reaction times in microseconds. Not a tenth of a second. They're a hundred thousand times faster. — Peter Diamandis
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A Gps Sayings By Dave Ramsey: The weird thing is that while persuasional leadership takes longer and takes more restraint at The weird thing is that while persuasional leadership takes longer and takes more restraint at the time, it is much more efficient over the long haul. When you teach team members or teens the why, they are more equipped to make the same decision next time without you. You don't have to watch their every move, you don't have to put in a time clock, and you don't have to implant a GPS chip in their hide when they learn how to think for themselves. Positional leadership doesn't take as long in the exchange, but you have to do it over and over and over and over. You never get to enjoy your team or your kids because they become a source of frustration rather than a source of pride. — Dave Ramsey
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A Gps Sayings By Karen Hitchcock: Medicine and society have entered into a folie a deaux regarding medicine's importance in gigantic Medicine and society have entered into a folie a deaux regarding medicine's importance in gigantic population ills. We believe that genetics and pills and enzymes bring us health. We wait for the dementia cure (the obesity cure, the diabetes cure) rather than changing our society to decrease incidence and severity. We slash social welfare programs and access to GPs and ignore the downstream effect this will have on future generations.
To reduce non-communicable disease, the actions we need to take are societal: make it easier for people to move and eat well, strengthen education, promote community participation and meaningful work. Our collective delusion is that we can have all the benefits such a society would bring without the structural supports necessary to bring it into being, that we can attain health by inventing and buying drugs.
It is hard to know which is the more utopian vision: magic pills or a society serious about prevention. — Karen Hitchcock
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A Gps Sayings By Deyth Banger: Focus is like a GPS tracker it always tells you where you are. Focus is like a GPS tracker it always tells you where you are. — Deyth Banger
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A Gps Sayings By Charles Stross: I suspect losing paper maps but gaining GPS and online maps is a similar step I suspect losing paper maps but gaining GPS and online maps is a similar step function: maps still exist, but they're vastly more useful, not to say permanently up to date, in their new form. Again, I won't be shedding any tears, but I'll keep a paper road atlas in the back of my car for another few years, I think, Just In Case. — Charles Stross
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A Gps Sayings By Olivia Sudjic: Mizuko wonders if the GPS is still monitoring their progress. She has the distinct feeling Mizuko wonders if the GPS is still monitoring their progress. She has the distinct feeling of being watched by something in the darkness. This makes watching the footage and reading the story at the same time a strange experience, as if she can sense me, a menace from the future, following them along the dark road. — Olivia Sudjic
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A Gps Sayings By Carl Hiaasen: From the pocket of her windbreaker he extracted what he falsely believed to be a From the pocket of her windbreaker he extracted what he falsely believed to be a portable marine radio, which along with two granola bars he'd pilfered from Honey's belongings after she was snatched by the club-handed lunatic. Shreave started pressing buttons on the compact gadget and barking, "Mayday! Mayday!
There was no response from the Coast Guard pilot or any other human, and for a good reason. Except for its LED screen, the instrument in Shreave's possession was electronically dissimilar to a radio in all significant respects. Most crucial was the absence of either an audio receiver or a transmitter.
"SOS! SOS!" he persisted. "Help!"
The device was in fact a mobile GPS unit, as technogically impenetrable to Shreave as the Taser gun he'd found beneath Honey's bed. — Carl Hiaasen
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A Gps Sayings By Pearl Zhu: Digital strategy is like a GPS to navigate through your digitalization journey. Digital strategy is like a GPS to navigate through your digitalization journey. — Pearl Zhu
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A Gps Sayings By Rick Riordan: No other way off the hill. He'd managed to get himself cornered. He stared at No other way off the hill. He'd managed to get himself cornered. He stared at the stream of cars flowing west toward San Francisco and wished he were in one of them. Then he realized the highway must cut through the hill. There must be a tunnel ... right under his feet. His internal radar went nuts. He was in the right place, just too high up. He had to check out that tunnel. He needed a way down to the highway - fast. He slung off his backpack. He'd managed to grab a lot of supplies at the Napa Bargain Mart: a portable GPS, duct tape, lighter, superglue, water bottle, camping roll, a Comfy Panda Pillow Pet (as seen on TV), and a Swiss army knife - pretty much every tool a modern demigod could want. But he had nothing that would serve as a — Rick Riordan
A Gps Sayings By Julian May: He gave me a hard smile before clapping on his helmet. It enclosed his entire He gave me a hard smile before clapping on his helmet. It enclosed his entire head and featured a multifunction power-optic visor, holovid camera with continuous map-revise data stream, laser communication capability, and an omnifilter respirator. Like his soft-armored combat jumpsuit, it had an environmental system to keep him comfy. His belt held a Kagi sidearm, a monster commando knife in place of the usual Ivanov stunner, small flexcanteens of water, coffee and nutrigoo, and a bulb of trailblazer spray. — Julian May
A Gps Sayings By Jude Watson: McIntyre hesitated, and for a moment the tall, gray-haired man looked almost boyish. "After all McIntyre hesitated, and for a moment the tall, gray-haired man looked almost boyish. "After all this time ... don't you think you could call me William?"
Amy and Dan exchanged glances. As fond as they were of him, they couldn't imagine calling their lawyer by his first name.
He saw the hesitation on their faces. "Will?"
Amy cleared her throat. Dan fiddled with the new GPS.
"How about 'Mac'?"
"Mac," Dan said, trying out the name.
Mr. McIntyre looked wistful. "I always wanted to be a Mac. — Jude Watson
A Gps Sayings By John Bevere: If Your Presence does not go with us, do not bring us up from here." If Your Presence does not go with us, do not bring us up from here." (Exodus 33:15) As a reminder, where was here? It was the place of lack, adversity, stress, and hardship - the desert. Moses gave a reply that's perplexing, even mind-boggling, to the average person. In essence he declared, "If I have to choose between Your presence and Your blessing, I'll take Your presence - even if it's in a place of lack and hardship - over Your blessing in a great environment." Was Moses delusional? Had the desert sun distorted his sense of judgment? No. His internal GPS was set on what was best. It was directing him to make the best choice even when God was offering him a good choice, one that common sense and uncomfortable circumstances would have dictated he accept. — John Bevere
A Gps Sayings By Jerry A. Coyne: Every time you use a GPS device, a computer, or a cell phone, you're reaping Every time you use a GPS device, a computer, or a cell phone, you're reaping the benefits of science. In fact, most of us regularly trust our very lives to science: when you have an operation, when you fly in an airplane, when you get your children vaccinated. If you were diagnosed with diabetes, would you go to the doctor or consult a spiritual healer? — Jerry A. Coyne
A Gps Sayings By Steven Morrissey: I could only tolerate an afternoon if I took a triple amount of the stated I could only tolerate an afternoon if I took a triple amount of the stated dose of valium prescribed by my GP (who would soon take his own life). — Steven Morrissey
A Gps Sayings By Carole Matthews: I realize that I am powerless to resist him. There's nothing I can do; this I realize that I am powerless to resist him. There's nothing I can do; this man has a GPS navigation system that takes him straight to the center of my heart. — Carole Matthews
A Gps Sayings By Myra McEntire: After I pulled in, I decided in my typical fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants fashion that if anyone asked, After I pulled in, I decided in my typical fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants fashion that if anyone asked, I was going to be "lost." I hoped no one would have the opportunity to look in the car. Lost and a fancy GPS system didn't go together. — Myra McEntire
A Gps Sayings By Rick Riordan: He slung off his backpack. He'd managed to grab a lot of supplies at the He slung off his backpack. He'd managed to grab a lot of supplies at the Napa Bargain Mart: a portable GPS, duct tape, lighter, superglue, water bottle, camping roll, a Comfy Panda Pillow Pet (as seen on TV), and a Swiss army knife - pretty much every tool a modern demigod could want. — Rick Riordan
A Gps Sayings By P.C. Cast: All right, yeah, sounds good, but I have no idea where they might be. Do All right, yeah, sounds good, but I have no idea where they might be. Do you? Is that one of the gifts you have?" Shaylin asked.
Aphrodite- "Goddess, you are brain damaged. No, I don't have a GPS inside my head. — P.C. Cast
A Gps Sayings By Judy Gold: I have decided now that my mother should be the GPS woman, don't you think? I have decided now that my mother should be the GPS woman, don't you think? That would be fantastic: 'Make a left in 11 miles. Get over now - I want you to be prepared. Turn right on Elm Street, I want to see if Myrna Rosenblatt is still alive. Make your second left by the Dairy Queen. Don't go in, they're anti-Semitic.' — Judy Gold
A Gps Sayings By Newt Gingrich: Think about it. If it's taking pictures, it's not a cellphone. If it has a Think about it. If it's taking pictures, it's not a cellphone. If it has a McDonald's app to tell you where McDonald's is based on your GPS location, that's not a cellphone. If you can get Wikipedia or go to Google, that's not a cellphone. — Newt Gingrich
A Gps Sayings By Deb Caletti: So, Abe, how do you know what to listen to inside?" "What do you mean?" So, Abe, how do you know what to listen to inside?"
"What do you mean?" Abe sips his tea
..."Well, how do you know if something is a good thing for you or a bad thing?"
..."Shit." Abe sighs. "That's a big question. You're looking at instinct like it's a foolproof system. Like it's a global positioning device."
"I thought that's why we have it. That's why animals have it. To protect."
"Sure, but it's a tool. Not THE tool, one tool. More like an old-fashioned map, not a GPS. You know, it's great to have a map, but there's the chance you can hold it upside down, read it wrong. Sometimes you just have to see where the road leads. — Deb Caletti
A Gps Sayings By C.K. Walker: I've always felt a little lost in life, like I never received complete instructions on I've always felt a little lost in life, like I never received complete instructions on who I'm supposed to be. Everyone else around me seemed to know exactly who they were. Their lives would fly right by me; their GPS's locked on to destinations while I just sat idling in the street. In high school I never did any extracurricular activities because I couldn't figure out if I was a sports person or a music person. And it was no different in college. I wandered through four different majors, unable to decide who I wanted to be. I just felt like a blank slate.

And if I was a blank slate, Micah York was The Starry Night - authentic, beautiful, perfect. He was my exact antithesis which is what attracted me to him in the first place. He was born knowing exactly who he was and what he was about. His confidence and certainty in himself was an all but tangible element of him. — C.K. Walker
A Gps Sayings By Mike Shinoda: I really enjoy it it's like a videogame on wheels. The GPS touch screen is I really enjoy it
it's like a videogame on wheels. The GPS touch screen is one of the most entertaining things I've ever seen in a car. I still have a Range Rover that I don't drive much anymore, because I started feeling bad about it. — Mike Shinoda
A Gps Sayings By Tim Cope: Many times, I thought the sat-phone was just a hindrance because it can become a Many times, I thought the sat-phone was just a hindrance because it can become a crutch. You can call someone in Australia or Europe and talk about what you're going through, but it doesn't actually help. Sat-phones and GPS can't show you where the grass or the wells are. — Tim Cope
A Gps Sayings By Justina Chen: But the truly brilliant geocachers?""Yeah?" he says. "What about us?""They know it by its real But the truly brilliant geocachers?"
"Yeah?" he says. "What about us?"
"They know it by its real name. Terra Firma."
"Terra Firma," he repeats. At last, he slips his backpack off his shoulder. I know what he's looking for.
I take a breath. "You don't need your GPS for this cache."
His eyes don't move off mine; he's watching me so carefully. "You don't, huh?"
"Nope," I say.
Some things are meant to be kept - what you learn from experiences good or bad, smiles from an orphaned girl, a boy who is your compass pointing to your True North. So I look at Jacob full in the face with nothing obscuring him. Or me. And then I step closer to him. And closer. And closer yet.
"Here I am," I tell him. "Here I am. — Justina Chen
A Gps Sayings By Jenny Lawson: Because I'm no good with directions, but I'm really good with landmarks, so if you Because I'm no good with directions, but I'm really good with landmarks, so if you tell me to go north on Main, I'm fucked, but if you say, "Turn at that Burger King that burned down last year," I totally know what to do, so we should build a GPS system that does that. — Jenny Lawson
A Gps Sayings By Veronica Rossi: Where the hell are we going, Jode?" I'd already asked for the location and marked Where the hell are we going, Jode?" I'd already asked for the location and marked it on my GPS. But I was feeling the seventy pounds of food and supplies on my back. The cadre in RASP would've given this hike their stamp of approval.
"You told me remote," Jode replied. "Remote requires a good bit of trekking."
"You mean hiking."
"No, Gideon. I mean trekking."
We'd been doing that a lot, Jode and I. I'd become a human autocorrect for all his weird British phrases. He usedfancy as a verb. Nosh meant food.Bum was ass. Loo was bathroom. And everything was either bloody, brilliant, or both, bloody brilliant,which to me only described one thing. Actually three: the color of my cuff, my sword, and my armor. They really were bloody brilliant. — Veronica Rossi
A Gps Sayings By Joss Whedon: Personally, the NSA collecting data on me freaks me out. It totally freaks me out. Personally, the NSA collecting data on me freaks me out. It totally freaks me out. And yet I'm from the generation that wants to put a GPS in their kids so I always know where they are. — Joss Whedon
A Gps Sayings By Janet Evanovich: This thing's giving me an eye twitch," Ranger said. "Can you get the sound off?" This thing's giving me an eye twitch," Ranger said. "Can you get the sound off?" I started pressing buttons and the screen went blank. "How's that?" I asked. "Babe, you shut the system down." "Yes, but the sound is off." "Reprogram it." "No need to get testy," I told him. "I don't know where I'm going." "I have a map. You just get on I-95 south and take the Springfield exit." "And then what?" "Then you'll have to pull over and reprogram the GPS." Ranger cut his eyes to me and there was the tiniest of smiles on his mouth. — Janet Evanovich
A Gps Sayings By Squire Rushnell: Each of us is born with a built-in GPS, God's Positioning System, a sophisticated navigational Each of us is born with a built-in GPS, God's Positioning System, a sophisticated navigational package that divinely aligns us with people and events and keeps us from losing our way. — Squire Rushnell
A Gps Sayings By Dean Koontz: And your three-year-old Ford Explorer," Terezin said, "bought without your parents' money, a proud statement And your three-year-old Ford Explorer," Terezin said, "bought without your parents' money, a proud statement of your independence - of course it has a GPS. — Dean Koontz
A Gps Sayings By Lisa Graff: I'd like to have a perfect sense of direction. I could get lost with a I'd like to have a perfect sense of direction. I could get lost with a GPS strapped to my arm. — Lisa Graff
A Gps Sayings By Rick Riordan: None of the locals seemed to notice the huge Greek warship hovering over the piazza, None of the locals seemed to notice the huge Greek warship hovering over the piazza, or the fact that Jason and Leo had just flown down, Jason wielding a gold sword, and Leo ... well, Leo pretty much empty-handed. "Where to?" Jason asked. Leo stared at him. "Well, I dunno. Let me pull my dwarf-tracking GPS out of my tool belt. ... Oh, wait! I don't have a dwarf-tracking GPS - or my tool belt!" "Fine," Jason grumbled. He glanced up at the ship as if to get his bearings, then pointed across the piazza. "The ballista fired the first dwarf in that direction, I think. — Rick Riordan
A Gps Sayings By Janet Evanovich: I felt my cell phone buzz, and I looked at the screen. Ranger. "Your GPS I felt my cell phone buzz, and I looked at the screen. Ranger.
"Your GPS just went blank," Ranger said when I answered.
"The car exploded." There was a beat of silence.
"Rafael won the pool," Ranger said. "Are you okay?"
"Yes."
"I'll send someone. — Janet Evanovich
A Gps Sayings By Colin Ellard: The relevance of these special properties of the hippocampus and their role in map learning The relevance of these special properties of the hippocampus and their role in map learning comes from a consideration of the massive upsurge in our use of technology for wayfinding. By focusing on the blue dot of a phone map, rather than looking about at our surroundings and making the effort to form a genuine map, we are short-circuiting the processes that we've learned to use over previous millennia. As far as finding our way is concerned, we have become striatal stimulus-response machines, racing through time and space like feverish maze mice hunting for cheese. — Colin Ellard
A Gps Sayings By Antoine Laurain: Sometimes life carries you in different directions and you don't even realise you've gone down Sometimes life carries you in different directions and you don't even realise you've gone down a fork in the road; the great GPS of destiny has not followed the planned route and there has been no sign to indicate you've passed the point of no return. Life's Bermuda Triangle is both myth and reality. — Antoine Laurain
A Gps Sayings By Darynda Jones: The funny thing about GPS was it didn't always send you in the right direction.I The funny thing about GPS was it didn't always send you in the right direction.
I knew that if I took a right and took Twelfth instead, I'd get there faster, so I turned right. Ozzy did not approve.
Wut the foock? — Darynda Jones
A Gps Sayings By David Brooks: Our emotions tell us what to value. They're like a little GPS system: Go that Our emotions tell us what to value. They're like a little GPS system: Go that way. Don't go that way. — David Brooks
A Gps Sayings By Joshua Foer: When I climb into my car, I enter my destination into a GPS device, whose When I climb into my car, I enter my destination into a GPS device, whose spatial memory supplants my own. I have photographs to store the images I want to remember, books to store knowledge and now, thanks to Google, I rarely have to remember anything more than the right set of search terms to access humankind's collective memory. — Joshua Foer
A Gps Sayings By Rachel Bilson: I like everything European. Even my GPS has a British accent - it's way less I like everything European. Even my GPS has a British accent - it's way less annoying than the American one. — Rachel Bilson
A Gps Sayings By Jeffrey Rosen: I don't think he would have had any trouble answering Justice Sonia Sotomayor's excellent challenge I don't think he would have had any trouble answering Justice Sonia Sotomayor's excellent challenge in a case involving GPS surveillance. She said we need an alternative to this whole way of thinking about the privacy now which says that when you give data to a third party, you have no expectations of privacy. And [Louis] Brandeis would have said nonsense, of course you have expectations of privacy because it's intellectual privacy that has to be protected. That's my attempt to channel him on some of those privacy questions. — Jeffrey Rosen
A Gps Sayings By James Patterson: You could have gotten a car with GPS," Total said helpfully.Yes," I said "Or we You could have gotten a car with GPS," Total said helpfully.
Yes," I said "Or we could have brought along a dog that doesn't talk." I gave Angel a pointed look, and she smiled, well, angelically, at me.
Total huffed, offended at me and climbed into her lap ... — James Patterson
A Gps Sayings By Nicholas Carr: Instead of requiring us to puzzle out where we are in an area, a GPS Instead of requiring us to puzzle out where we are in an area, a GPS device simply sets us at the center of the map and then makes the world circulate around us. — Nicholas Carr
A Gps Sayings By Etgar Keret: Writing a story is kind of like surfing, as opposed to the novel, where you Writing a story is kind of like surfing, as opposed to the novel, where you use a GPS to get somewhere. With surfing, you kind of jump. — Etgar Keret
A Gps Sayings By Marc Goodman: Accordingly, the word "Facebook" appeared in a full one-third of divorce filings in 2011. All Accordingly, the word "Facebook" appeared in a full one-third of divorce filings in 2011. All of this provides excellent fodder for the 81 percent of divorce attorneys who admit searching social media sites for evidence that can be used against their clients' spouses. For instance, all the data shared on Facebook and Twitter and all the cell-phone call records and GPS locational data that neatly recorded whose cell phone was next to whose and when become fair game in the battle royal that can be divorce proceedings. The pictures innocently taken of you at all those parties over the years, blurry-eyed with drink in hand, now become evidence of unfit parenting, a nugget of gold for opposing counsel during cross-examination. — Marc Goodman
A Gps Sayings By Tony Reinke: Our lives are consolidated on our phones: our calendars, our cameras, our pictures, our work, Our lives are consolidated on our phones: our calendars, our cameras, our pictures, our work, our news, our weather, our email, our shopping - all of it can be managed with state-of-the-art apps in powerful little devices we carry everywhere. Even the GPS app on my phone, which guided me to a new coffee shop today, possesses thirty thousand times the processing speed of the seventy-pound onboard navigational computer that guided Apollo 11 to the surface of the moon. — Tony Reinke
A Gps Sayings By Jeanne C. Stein: The GPS still has return coordinates programmed, although when I crank over the engine, I The GPS still has return coordinates programmed, although when I crank over the engine, I get the "reprogramming route" message. I hate the tone of these things-it manages to be mechanical yet condescending at the same time. All systems have it. Some frustrated engineer's idea of a joke, I suppose. — Jeanne C. Stein
A Gps Sayings By Kiersten White: Yeah, well, get Jack a GPS or something. He's a step above faeries, but only Yeah, well, get Jack a GPS or something. He's a step above faeries, but only just. At least they never dropped me straight into a river. Don't give me any assignments near cliffs, okay? I shudder to think where Jack might toss me out."
"Next time let him step out first."
I laughed, shaking my head. "Good idea. — Kiersten White
A Gps Sayings By Colleen Hoover: As I make a final right-hand turn onto our street, my GPS informs me that As I make a final right-hand turn onto our street, my GPS informs me that I've "reached my destination". "My destination," I laugh aloud to myself. My GPS doesn't know squat. — Colleen Hoover
A Gps Sayings By James Rollins: The others had hurriedly shoved all the supplies from the SUV into the Eurovan, then The others had hurriedly shoved all the supplies from the SUV into the Eurovan, then drove the SUV over a steep slope. Painter feared Cassandra would track them with its GPS feature, just as he had. — James Rollins
A Gps Sayings By Janet Evanovich: Oh, for God's sake," I said. "Just give me the stupid thing." I took the Oh, for God's sake," I said. "Just give me the stupid thing." I took the panic button and stuck it into my Super Sexy Miracle Bra. "GPS," Ranger said to Morelli. "Probably I can find her breast without it," Morelli said. "But it's good to know there's a navigational system on board if I need it. — Janet Evanovich
A Gps Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: You don't know where west is?" Sarah asked with disbelief.I wasn't going to drop her You don't know where west is?" Sarah asked with disbelief.
I wasn't going to drop her to the ground. I was going to throw her. "Do I look like I have a compass on me?"
Sarah waved a hand at the sky. "Can't you use the stars to navigate?"
"I 'm twenty-nine years old, not two hundred and twenty-nine. I navigate by GPS, MapQuest, or TomTom. Not the fucking stars, 'k? — Jeaniene Frost
A Gps Sayings By Mike May: I started accessible GPS research in 1994 and the first version became available on a I started accessible GPS research in 1994 and the first version became available on a laptop in 2000. — Mike May
A Gps Sayings By Todd Park: There's a project that I started at HHS called the Health Data Initiative. The whole There's a project that I started at HHS called the Health Data Initiative. The whole idea was to take a page from what the government had done to make weather data and GPS available back in the day. — Todd Park
A Gps Sayings By Corey Taylor: Mistakes? Well, hell, we all make mistakes. And what's more, we are expected to learn Mistakes? Well, hell, we all make mistakes. And what's more, we are expected to learn from them. It is part of our journey. It is how we move from innocence to resounding wisdom. It is how we keep from retaining a fucking baby's psyche well into our nineties. It is how everyone keeps from shitting themselves in public and on each other. It is our ever-learning, ever-adapting GPS for this thing called life. — Corey Taylor
A Gps Sayings By Jane Washington: His phone rang again, and he turned it on speaker. "Adair residence - ""Shut up, His phone rang again, and he turned it on speaker. "Adair residence - "
"Shut up, Cabe." Silas's voice filled the car. "Your Lexus isn't a residence, and I know you're driving, because I'm watching your GPS dot move down the road. — Jane Washington
A Gps Sayings By Barry Parham: Single guys can easily simulate some of the joys of marriage simply by installing one Single guys can easily simulate some of the joys of marriage simply by installing one of those GPS devices that use a woman's voice. — Barry Parham
A Gps Sayings By Emily March: Life is not meant to be an interstate highway. It's a winding mountain road with Life is not meant to be an interstate highway. It's a winding mountain road with hills and dips, stop signs and school zones. Let friends and family be the data for your GPS satellite feed, and never forget that sometimes an unexpected detour leads to a hidden miracle. — Emily March
A Gps Sayings By Lilly Singh: So if you're drowning, keep your life jacket on and fight. But once you're able So if you're drowning, keep your life jacket on and fight. But once you're able to swim, don't convince yourself you forgot how to. Take your life jacket off, front-crawl your way to the shore, walk off that beach, and set your GPS to the top of a hill, because you WILL conquer the climb. — Lilly Singh
A Gps Sayings By Lisa Roecker: You installed a GPS tracker on my phone? Seriously?" I was equal parts impressed and You installed a GPS tracker on my phone? Seriously?" I was equal parts impressed and horrified. Apparently Seth's obsession with my whereabouts knew no bounds. — Lisa Roecker
A Gps Sayings By Robert Love: GPS is expensive because it is a very slow communication channel - you need to GPS is expensive because it is a very slow communication channel - you need to communicate with three or four satellites for an extended duration at 50 bits per second. — Robert Love
A Gps Sayings By Victor Davis Hanson: We should note that almost every technological transformation of consequence has taken place under Western We should note that almost every technological transformation of consequence has taken place under Western auspices - if not Western in the strict geographical sense, then Western in the notion of a cultural landscape shaped by free thought and the chance for profit. Even non-Western innovations, like stirrups and gunpowder, have been quickly modified and improved by Western militaries. Jet fighters, GPS-guided bombs, and laser-guided munitions are all products of Western expertise. Even the jihadists' most innovative and lethal weapons - improvised explosive devices and suicide belts - are cobbled together from Western-designed explosives and electronics. — Victor Davis Hanson
A Gps Sayings By James Patterson: Well, it's like I have a GPS inside me," I told them. "One of the Well, it's like I have a GPS inside me," I told them. "One of the talking ones. I tell it where I want to go, and it tells me, Go twenty miles, turn left, take Exit Ninety-fourm and so one. It can be pretty bossy, frankly.
Their eyes widened. "Really?" said one.
No you idiot," I said in disgust. "I don't know how it works. I just know it has an unfailing ability to point me in the opposite direction of a bunch of boneheads. — James Patterson
A Gps Sayings By Marianne Williamson: Much like a GPS, love re-calibrates itself if you've made a wrong turn. Much like a GPS, love re-calibrates itself if you've made a wrong turn. — Marianne Williamson
A Gps Sayings By Jeffery Deaver: The best part about Omar was that he wasn't simply a decoy. Surrounding the robot The best part about Omar was that he wasn't simply a decoy. Surrounding the robot was a grid of ultraviolet and microwave beams. When Loving or his partner, presumably from some distance, took up position and fired the typical three-burst round into Omar's head, empty and inexpensively replaceable, a computer would instantly correlate trajectory, speed and GPS coordinates and indicate on our handhelds where the shooter was, down to three feet. Would — Jeffery Deaver
A Gps Sayings By David Cronenberg: Or was it a more sinister thing? Was the iPhone a malevolent protean organism, the Or was it a more sinister thing? Was the iPhone a malevolent protean organism, the stem-cell phone, mocking him who had cameras with real physical shutters whose sound you couldn't turn off? Promising to replace every other device on earth with its shape-shifting self - garage door openers, solar timers, television remotes, car keys, guitar tuners, GPS modules, light meters, spirit levels, you name it? — David Cronenberg
A Gps Sayings By Brian Kernighan: Computers and computing are all around us. Some computing is highly visible, like your laptop. Computers and computing are all around us. Some computing is highly visible, like your laptop. But this is only part of a computing iceberg. A lot more lies hidden below the surface. We don't see and usually don't think about the computers inside appliances, cars, airplanes, cameras, smartphones, GPS navigators and games. — Brian Kernighan
A Gps Sayings By Delphine De Vigan: I don't want my world to be subset A such that it doesn't intersect with I don't want my world to be subset A such that it doesn't intersect with any others (B, C or D), a watertight shape drawn on a slate, whole but empty. I'd rather be elsewhere, following a line that leads to places where worlds communicate with each other, overlap, where the edges are permeable, where life follows a path without breaks, where things don't come to an end brutally for no reason, where important events come with instructions (level of risk, mains or batteries, expected duration) and the necessary equipment (airbags, GPS, ABS). — Delphine De Vigan
A Gps Sayings By Ken Jennings: People are using GPS systems to find millions of little hidden objects throughout the world People are using GPS systems to find millions of little hidden objects throughout the world - often as simple as a piece of Tupperware hidden in the woods. You go to a website, you get the latitude and longitude to get the specific location of a certain specific hiding space, and then you go there and see if you can find it. — Ken Jennings
A Gps Sayings By Naveen Jain: Today, people idolize athletes and celebrities - and yes, highly successful and visionary business people Today, people idolize athletes and celebrities - and yes, highly successful and visionary business people like Bill Gates or Steve Jobs, but not the innovators who perhaps have not seen such high-flying levels of success. Can anyone name the inventors of GPS, which has such a huge impact on our lives today? — Naveen Jain
A Gps Sayings By Louise Leakey: When we find a fossil, we mark it. Today, we've got great technology: we have When we find a fossil, we mark it. Today, we've got great technology: we have GPS. We mark it with a GPS fix, and we also take a digital photograph of the specimen, so we could essentially put it back on the surface, exactly where we found it. — Louise Leakey
A Gps Sayings By Alyssa Rose Ivy: I realized he had my car keys."Hey, where did you get those?""We found your purse I realized he had my car keys."Hey, where did you get those?""We found your purse at the Dairy Queen.""How did you know it was there?""The GPS." He smirked, seeming more like the Jared I knew."You have a GPS tracker on my car? — Alyssa Rose Ivy