I was talking to a friend about cars recently, and he mentioned that the internet hates them.
I’d been hearing this since the first version of Google Maps existed.
And it’s been pretty true since.
But as a developer, I’ve also been hearing the same things, about cars being a hassle.
I don’t think I can ever quite understand why.
I mean, why are we all supposed to use them?
But mostly, the reasons are a bit of a mystery.
We’re just humans, right?
I can only speak from experience.
I’ve done this, and I can’t tell you why.
It’s not just because we are wired differently.
We have different senses.
There are certain things about our brains that help us process information, and those things can make it more difficult for us to process things that we wouldn’t normally think of as a problem.
But the problem with cars, and cars in general, is that we’re not all wired like we should be.
Here’s how the world works when we don’t have our own brains: When you drive, you’re essentially walking around on your own, doing it without thinking about it.
The car has the potential to do that for us.
But it’s not easy.
So we start using cars like a way to get around. But we don