14 March 2007
Besides, who needs all those trees?
The telephone-directory market around here has generally consisted of two players:
The User-Friendly Phone Book, and that is its name, is not too dissimilar from competing products, but it does offer a smidgen larger print useful for those of us with questionable vision and the pages are cut to allow for seven tabs: business listings, "Easy Info," community stuff, maps, menus, coupons, and finally Yellow Pages, which in turn have painted (not cut) tabs for each letter of the alphabet.
This is User-Friendly's ninth year; they already have directories in Bartlesville and Tulsa. Some of their directories Beaumont, Texas; Shreveport, Louisiana; and various areas in Northeast Ohio are readable on the Web, and I hope they port over the Oklahoma City book eventually. (After all, Firefox already has tabs and resizable text.)Posted at 5:28 PM to Dyssynergy