I'M intrigued by this new [...]

Ronan O'Reilly
August 2013
Daily Mail;8/12/2013, p17
I'M intrigued by this new phone app, FINDMYSTUFF, which uses electronic tags to locate wallets, keys and other missing items. Probably not much use if it's your phone you're looking for, though.


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