When was the last time you used a phone book?
A real one. And not as a booster seat for your kid or nephew or to prop open the closet door while reorganizing.
I haven't used an actual paper phone book in years. They just don't make sense. They're too quickly outdated, they're unweildly, and they're wasteful.
They are, quite simply: Garbage.
Garbage that gets delivered right to my door twice a year.
When I got home from work tonight, there was yet again a little bundle of yellow joy on my door step and (following right on the heels of telling of a cell-phone yammering neighbor for STILL using Dibs) I simply have had enough.
So I searched the net (because lord knows you won't find the answer in the actual yellow pages) and there IS a drive to end home delivery of the yellow pages.
It's called the Paperless Petition.
I've signed it and I urge anyone else who's sick of this Delivered Garbage to do the same.