Source Pravda.Ru

Find match for your lonesome glove on onecoldhand.com

By Margarita Snegireva. Surfing Internet to find a soulmate or to buy something has become common in present day world. Now you can also find your lost glove through the Web.

Owners of missing gloves now have a website devoted to their dilemma.

The mission of onecoldhand.com is to match missing gloves with their rightful owners. It's the brainchild of Pittsburgh art student Jennifer Gooch.

In the site's month of existence, four gloves have been returned to their owners. It's spawning similar sites in cities across the globe.

Many Pittsburgh businesses and offices now have drop boxes for found gloves. Gooch puts photos and information on them on her website. In April, she plans to exhibit the photos in a show and put out an accompanying book, Edmonton Sun reports. 

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