This is a great story about the quest to reunite a digital camera with its unknown owner.
This sort of thing can only happen with digital technology. Several years ago, while sneaking in a few extra days off at the tail end of a business trip, I bought a disposable Kodak camera. Taking a break one afternoon, I sat down on a ledge, leaving the camera beside me. When I got home and developed the pictures, 2/3 of them were from an unknown family’s passover seder. Unfortunately, the resolution on the pictures was not nearly good enough to track down the family, but I always wondered who they were, and what they thought of my snapshots of my goofy coworkers at an industry event.