Let me tell you this: Find My Friends could potentially save a life. Today my mom called my dad and me when I was hitching a ride to work because my car is getting fixed. She was feeling sick to the point of nearly passing out and pulled over into a subdivision about a mile from the house. She called my dad's iPhone and tried to tell us, but we could just understand "I need you to get me" and she said the major street name. I've used FMF a million times to see where they are when I'm meeting them, so it instantly dawned on me that I could figure out exactly where she was at without even the street name. So I navigated using FMF and we found her instantly. This may have been even better than calling 911 because I don't think 911 has any locating services. We eventually did just to be safe. But FMF got us there. So I thought I'd share because I'm sure plenty of you are children of baby boomers like I am. If my grandma was still around, I'm sure we would've gotten her an iPhone just for such a reason. She lived by herself for 30 years. I live by myself, and it once had a pinched nerve in my back that gave me the nicest pain ever, keeping me from possibly even getting out of the durn bed or off the floor had i been there. If you're a parent of kids in maybe second grade or older, this might also be a sound investment. You'll have to figure out the parental controls so you aren't charged $800 for in-app purchases. But there were a couple of attempted kidnapping around here recently, and just having that GPS locator on a kid could save a life in such a situation. Everybody is OK. But I thought I'd share a nice personal tech story that could help someone else out with a family member.