While I’ve never owned a GPS device myself, I have seen them in action on numerous occasions, and I must say that they’re definitely worth having around. One of the things that really surprised me (and in retrospect, it probably shouldn’t have) was the pinpoint accuracy with which the devices are able to track where you are and where you need to be. I don’t really do all that much traveling, and I know my surroundings pretty well, so at this point, I can’t justify purchasing a GPS unit, but one day I might be able to do so. Of course, some cell phones are now coming equipped with GPS, and by using Mologogo, you’ll be able to share your location in real time.

Most people these days seem to be trying to cover their tracks and relish in their anonymity, so letting everyone know where you are at any given time may not be your thing. Regardless, you can use Mologogo to track a friend’s GPS-enabled cell phone from another phone or on the Internet. The whole thing is actually kind of creepy when you really think about it…

[tags]traveling,gps,cell phones,anonymity[/tags]