Nobody likes dealing with lost luggage; snapping photos of your packed suitcase before you zip up can diminish the hassle and ensure you get back everything you packed.Over at technology blog GeekSugar, they suggest photographing the contents of your bag as you pack. If your bags should come up missing, you'll have a photographic record to jog your memory when you're filling out the lost baggage forms. Additionally—if anything should be damaged or missing—you'll have something concrete to show the attendant at the claim counter other than your frustration. Photo by striatic.
Use Your Camera Phone To Document Suitcase Contents
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