Police Lost & Found Costs UK $1.95 Million Annually

Posted Posted in Found, Lost, Stolen

Uk police are calling Lost & Found Quits or Lost Property as they say across the pond.

As police continue to pull back important services they identify as “community services” we start to wonder, “what are the police really for?”

Then we realize that is a bit too philosophical for this blog piece so we just dig into what is the community suppose to do if they don’t have a lost property service anymore.

Samsung IMEI Number

Find my phones IMEI number

Posted Posted in Found, Lost, Stolen

Decrypting the mysterious but occasionally vitally important acronym IMEI. This number will help save your but if you lose your phone, need to report anything for insurance purposes, and how to store the info for later use.

Google Cloud Summit: Machine Learning for Lost & Found

Posted Posted in Technology, Work

The age old question of hotdog or not a hotdog? The Liff Happens Crew is at the Google Cloud Summit get our learning on with some of the best minds on Machine Learning, some really cool tech, and of course how all this may apply to solving the debilitating problem of losing your keys.

Missing or lost wallet

Lost wallet! Now what?!?!?!?

Posted Posted in Lost, Stolen

Oh (insert favorite swear here)!?!?!? You’ve gone and done it again. Your wallet is gone and you still have no clue what to do now.

Don’t worry your self one bit. We’ve brought together the steps you should consider and we will try to help get you back on track.

Find My iPhone Tips and Tricks

Posted Posted in Lost, Technology

One of the most important tools when your phone is lost or stolen, Find My Phone/Device.

A quick overview on what it is and what to expect when you need to use it.

Firefly Music Festival Welcome sign

Firefly Festival Lost and Found

Posted Posted in Found, Lost, Technology, Work

A little story about the 2018 Firefly Music Festival lost & found and the founding of Liff Happens.

If you love dramatic underdog stories then this is definitely not ideal for you (that’s the next story).

Don't put an ID in the blue US Mailboxes

Stop Dropping IDs in the Mail

Posted Posted in Found, Work

So I found an item. Now what? If you want to guarantee that it won’t get back then by all means just drop it of on the USPS.

Otherwise, these are your best options for reuniting that item with the owner.