What would you do if you found someone's memory card from their camera? Would you try to reunite it with its owner? Or would you delete the pictures and use it yourself? First off, I'd see if I knew any of the people in the pictures, and if not I'd head over to the I Found Your Camera website, which actually reunites lost film, photos, and memory sticks to their owners. But what if the memory card was intentionally left in a public place for a stranger to find?
That's exactly what a new site called PhotoChaining hopes people will do — take creative and fun pics of yourself on a cheap memory card, then write a note explaining what the PhotoChaining concept is, give the card a name, and put it in a transparent plastic bag. The creator of the site is hoping that people will find the plastic bag in a public place, upload the pics to the website, and then continue the photo chain by taking their own pics, then passing along the card. And it's hoped that users of various memory cards will be able to track a card (by its given name) around the globe. I can't wait to see how long the chain will be!
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