As the internet service industry continues to boom in the U.S., many people are looking for an easy way to find their way around the internet.
And that’s exactly what a new service called Bluegrass is trying to solve.
The service is currently available in California and Washington, D.C. and can connect people to different parts of the country at different times of the day, with different bandwidths.
For example, if you’re in the Bay Area, you might be able to access the Bluegrass service on your phone from San Francisco to Los Angeles at 10 a.m.
The same thing is happening in Washington, where the service connects to other parts of Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
Bluegrass offers a wide range of services, from video conferencing and chat rooms to streaming music.
The company, which was founded by two men, has launched an app that lets you browse through its service listings and compare different service offerings.
“We have people from across the country,” says Kevin O’Brien, founder and CEO of Bluegrass.
“I’m a former professional musician, and I was working in a video production studio.
And my friend was in a movie theater, and we were watching a movie and I didn’t want to lose my time.
So I went to a local music venue and saw someone play a song.
I just needed to go to my phone and go to that app and watch the movie and see what’s playing.”
Bluegrass can connect anyone across the U, but it doesn’t connect to all of the internet users.
O’Briens company is using data from various sources to create a more comprehensive search.
For instance, a person who’s in Los Angeles may have different speeds and service options than someone who’s closer to Washington. O