Drive or Fly to SES Toronto

Mar 20, 2005 - 11:24 am 5 by

I will be skipping the Germany and Japan SES SES shows, but I will be attending the Toronto, London and San Jose (etc.) SES shows. I have been contemplating the idea of driving from New York to Toronto for the past past month now. When I first plotted the trip, I used Yahoo! Maps, but now Google has a sleek Maps tool, so I plotted it today using Google Maps. One can visualize the trip much more clearly this way, in fact, I save about 30 minutes using Google Maps over Yahoo! Maps, both go a round about way. I have yet to plug in the route into my GPS to see which route it chooses.

Anyway, Google Maps, is much more clear, not that I use it. If I decide to drive, I will be using my GPS device to tell me which way to go. And I am hoping that it tells me to go the route I manually drew on paper, the green route. Google wants me to go the purple route, I want to fly the red route, or drive the green route if possible, well, Yahoo, wants me to go a different way totally. Just wasting some time with mapping technologies, no real point to this entry.

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