字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Todays' good idea comes from Brenda Blanton. Now Brenda spent a lot of time last night in the Charlotte Douglas International Airport looking for a person who had left their iPad in their airline seat. By the time they brought the iPad to Brenda we didn't know what flight, we didn't know what seat, there was no way of looking it up in the airline records. Now because of the security that we type in on our electronics to keep people from knowing our business, she was unable to log in and find out their email or their phone number or any of the information about the person that belonged to this iPad. Now if you are like me, you use your electronics for everything. I know for me, my cell phone is my grocery list, it's got my apps on it for depositing bank information, I pay my bills online, it's everything from Facetime to Skype, to email to texts to phone calls, it's all right here. Scheduling, calendars, you name it. If I lost my cell phone, I would be so devastated and at a loss. This happened to me once. For me I tape my business card to the back of my cell phone behind the cover. And then in the even that it ever goes missing, maybe somebody will find it and return it to me. Like I say, this happened once. I was at a restaurant and it slid behind my... out of my coat pocket, and slid behind the bench where I was sitting. And that night when somebody cleaned up, and they cleaned behind those cushions, they found my cell phone and they couldn't call me, I mean obviously they have my phone so they can't call me, but they dropped it in a Fed Ex pack and I received my phone back before the charge on the phone was even dead. Now I was more than happy to reimburse them for the Fed Ex charges but I tell you what. I was thrilled, absolutely thrilled, to get my phone back. So, in the event that you, nobody plans on losing or leaving their electronics behind, we don't do that on purpose because they are very expensive, but in the even that you do, make sure it's labeled. Make sure you have a business card on your laptop, or your iPad or your cell phone or any of the other electronics that you carry, in hopes that you might get them back. So, Thanks Brenda for bringing that to our attention, because that is a good idea. Guess what? It's a good idea.