New websites are popping up all over the web and their sole purpose is to help internet searchers link back up with lost personal belongings. 'Some names include 'Found Cameras and Orphan Photos', 'FoundMagazine.com' and 'Preprost', and all of these sites post a few samples of the found item whether it be old photos, memory cards, love letters or diaries as well as the discovery details. Onliners can find lost recipes at America's Test Kitchen, or lost jewelry, clothing and pets at 'The Found Bin'. This site lets users search by location or various categories, and even uses Google maps to place the location the item was found. Some other sites to note include one specifically for finding shoes as well as 'The Lost Car Registry' for owners who'd like to find their sold vehicle. With a quick online look, it seems there is a lost-and-found site for just about everyone and everything.
And new optical illusions on the road to discourage speeding are being tested in certain US cities. It's a flat plastic fake speed bump that appears to be a 3-dimensional image. The optical illusion as a speed warning was tested 2-years ago in Phoenix and it reportedly did slow traffic temporarily