Find on a plane ...


After many years of traveling without much incident I left a couple of things on planes recently. They never showed up, but It was a bit of a pain inquiring about them. It occurred to me that this was an application that lent itself to something of a crowdsourced approach, or at least to some form of shared network space, where the airline, the affected passenger, and potentially other passengers, could share information about lost items.
Or maybe not …
I thought of this when I saw this tweet earlier from Jeni’s Ice Creams here in Columbus …

Just found a wallet in front of the Grandview Ave shop… Maybe RT so we can get it back to its rightful owner. Thanks! [jenisicecream]

Nice gesture. Nice use of Twitter. I hope it works.

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