bluntforce - 5:28 am on Jun 4, 2012 (gmt 0)
I flew into Southern California a little over a week ago. Took care of some business, drove up to the central Coast with some friends and we enjoyed real world interests.
Drove up to Northern California while our friends went back to SoCal.
Evidently Google people think the world ends somewhat below the Bay area and an equal distance above the Bay area.
I'm going to drift over to the coast and work my way up through Northern California, Oregon and Washington. The maps, queries and sights of interest I looked for on Google didn't return what I'd like.
I'm no Google fanboy, but I always thought they were actually providing useful results to the majority of users.
I'm on the road, looking for information on where I'm going to be tomorrow. Real world, they aren't providing anything close to what might help me out.
If you have a smartphone and live in a metropolitan area, I'm sure Google can find you restaurants and directions. Some people think that's good. I'd rather eat with a friend who doesn't just recommend, but also eats the food with us.