When I first began to drive, finding destinations required a map. As in a fold-out map. It wasn’t uncommon, when using one that hadn’t been updated to include new roads, to take a wrong turn and have to pull over, look at the map again, and adjust the route. There was none of this Google-Maps-automatically-adjusting-directions-to-help-me-find-the-best-way-out. It was a slow processs, and compared to today it all seems so archaic. And this reaction—it all seems so archaic—is the response I sometimes…