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Google Maps Basically Thinks I’m Dead

The app stopped tracking me on March 10, 2020 — and I’m lost without it

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Photo: Eugenio Marongiu/Getty Images

My timeline stops on March 10, 2020.

That sounds so futuristic to say. Like I’m some kind of Sarah Connor and that’s the date pinpointed by time travelers to snuff me out before I get pregnant with the leader of…

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Kelly Jean Fitzsimmons

Kelly Jean Fitzsimmons

Writer, educator, and producer of No, YOU Tell It! (noyoutellit.com) Stalk my Insta adventures @KJ_Fitzsimmons @noyoutellit

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