The way Google Maps took over the world was very impressive. It was done so discreetly barely anyone noticed. First Google created an online roadmap of every country in the world; not only was it very convenient, it was free. Satellite pictures of the roads were soon introduced to give a comprehensive look at sought journeys. It wasn’t long until real-time traffic was considered to create shorter routes for Google Maps users. Roadside view images were then entered into the vast path finding system; it was now impossible for anyone with an Internet connection to get lost. Google added a global positioning satellite to determine its users’ exact locations and compared email and phone records to plan future routes. Other users’ account information and likely journeys were taken into account to organise the quickest possible travel time. Google Maps stopped limiting itself to road travel alone; it could now map out other aspects of its users’ lives. It could determine the perfect job for some customers while simultaneously locating the best employees for others. Eventually the company began calculating perfect partner matches, based on personal information and search history, and arrange both chance and scheduled meetings with them. A system was then developed to use compatibility and shared interests data and accurately calculate the number of children its users would produce. Google Maps would select your children’s names, choose the schools they would attend, and map out their entire lives minutes by minute. Google is not an evil corporation; they simply want to make people’s lives easier. If you were to point out that the company was taking over the world and linked it up to their search engine they wouldn't even mind. At least I hope they don’t.