Any suggestions on what to do when you find an SD card that someone lost? Filled with vacation pics.

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alisaan
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post on Craigslist or signs at location of lost card and ask them to identify a few pics. :)

2 years ago from ÃœT: 43.71283,-79.392206  
catehstn
2,288 followers
search google image search by image and see if you can find them online :)

2 years ago from Kitchener, ON, Canada  
firefly911
1,113 followers
Any clues in the meta data?

2 years ago from Columbus, Ohio  
ieure
1,095 followers
Masturbate.

2 years ago from Portland, OR  
gabrielpagan42
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If the pics have metadata that would help identify owners I'd try to contact, otherwise I'd erase.

2 years ago from Caguas, PR  
gabrielpagan42
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I imagine most ppl would find it creepy to have someone locate them via their pics

2 years ago from Caguas, PR  
eurydice13
518 followers
there's a website that collects these and posts the pics and people help identify and claim them. Don't remember url :(

2 years ago from London, UK  
trajano
135 followers
see if it has Geo information in the images it may let you know relatively where they may live

2 years ago from Toronto, ON  
therealpcombe01
17 followers
the faces might be searchable on both facebook and google+

2 years ago from  
camaraderie
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post it to craigslist, saying where you found it. or if on the ttc, bring it to their lost and found.

2 years ago from toronto  
camaraderie
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or examine the photos to see if you can spot a local hotel or restaurant who might recognise them.

2 years ago from toronto  
jreesnc
713 followers
I used to always take a photo of my business card as the first photo. But I've gotten lazy. Other than that, not much

2 years ago from Chapel Hill, NC  
itsmisschandler
167 followers
what about sending it to http://t.co/IwRe3IIy? #shouldbeasleep

2 years ago from  
cmarguel
135 followers
reverse image search in case they mirror them in online albums, but don't forget to Photoshop in some ghosts before returning it

2 years ago from  
ibmgeek
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Many pics have location data embedded in them - possibly showing the location of their hotel?

2 years ago from Hanging out with Watson  
get your prize. see my url from profile

2 years ago from Kinshasa