A dark age for yellow pages

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    In our building, yellow pages directories were delivered a month ago but most are left uncollected. As people increasingly Google their way to businesses and price information, perhaps there will be a day when we won't need to sacrifice tons of paper to distribute out-of-date information.

    rozbora, MooGooGaiPan2010, Awed Job, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. cybaea 100 months ago | reply

      We still need Yellow Pages to find the numer of our ISP when they are down ... :-)

    2. Lars Plougmann 100 months ago | reply

      Just discovered yellowikis.org earlier in the week. Coupled with maps, it has the potential to disrupt yellow pages data owners already pushing their content on the web. Go add your business now.

    3. Awed Job 64 months ago | reply

      Consider joining W.U.P.A.S.S. www.facebook.com/inbox/readupdates.php?id=8934429638#/gro... to get rid of wasteful unwanted phone books.

    4. leadesigns 57 months ago | reply

      Hi! Lea here from www.inhabitat.com, a blog focused on sustainable design and practices. I wanted to let you know that your photo was credited on a post about phonebook waste. You can check it out here.
      http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/08/11/green-rant-stop-sending-me-phone-books/. Thanks!

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