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June 25, 2007

Comments

Cindy Leaman

So true!

willy

I like the comparison to the use of inkwells and how they are never used as compared to the yellowpages!

Susan K. Tyer

I do not think that Phone Books are obsolete.

David Holmes

Exactly correct!

Sean Williams

The phone company called and siad they would be taking our payphone out of our school because it only made $3.50 last year.

Doug

AS we also see in our Sunday newspapers, advertisers are only looking for percentages of prospective customer coverage, without concern for the number of trees that are being cut. Phone books are a main source of advertisement for many and total market coverage is all they are looking for. The cost for this coverage is fairly inexpensive, while they also use other modes of exposure.

Luke

Not all apartment dwellers are into the digital age. Let's not throw out the old way altogether!

Speaking of pay phones, we just removed the one we had in our school due to the cost of having the service on site.

carrie

when was the last time you saw a pay phone?

Kay

AT some point, we may not have phone books!

William Jeferson Clinton

Good food for thought

Robin Miners

Actually, I saw someone on a pay phone yesterday, but I think it is because I am on Mackinac Island, and cell phone signals aren't great. As far as changes in our world and with the N-genners, I think the advances in technology are great, but there is also a downfall-they are too reliant on technology. It seems to me, many are suffering in the social skills and relationship arenas!

Christina Feneley

I cannot imagine that phone books will be printed and distributed for much longer. I use the Internet anytime that I want to find an address or a number. I can do it faster than I can even FIND the phone book!!

David

Dial 411.

James Reinhart

Phone books still have a place in society. Many older citizens rely on the information/resources that these books provide.

Pat Wilson O'Leary

A land phone and phone book still fit the needs of many people of many ages. The readiness level to have only a cell phone may fit the adoption method of gradual release. We all reachthat level at different times and at different rates. Pat

Pat Wilson O'Leary

A land phone and phone book still fit the needs of many people of many ages. The readiness level to have only a cell phone may match the adoption method of gradual release. We all reach that level at different times and at different rates. Pat

Ron F

Commenting from the newest method of communication, the Nokia n800.

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