Below is an excerpt of an interview I did with the Toronto Star in May 2009:

Preprost acts as liaison between loser and finder, no fees involved. The reward is solving the mystery, Whose Camera Is It Anyway? Blog readers often comment on photos, recognizing landmarks, pointing out clues.

So far, Preprost and his online do-gooders have connected 18 mislaid cameras with their relieved owners. These days, a forgotten digital camera means not 24 or 36 lost pictures but potentially hundreds stored on the memory card.

"The first three months of my daughter's life was on that camera," says Raechel McFarland of Fresno, California, who had left it in a rental car during a Florida vacation.

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