As a kid, I always loved to look at maps and still do. GPS devices of all kinds have eliminated the need to consult with the paper monsters thereby eliminating the required graduate degree in Origami to return the map to its original neatly folded state. The need to consult a map to get from here to anywhere is gone.
Map lovers do not fret. The paper might be gone from the equation, but the internet provides us with the ability to look at anywhere in the world at any time.
What does any of this have to do with state and local tax, other than this author indulging his sense of humor?