Couldn't resist this one, via KurzweilAI.net
Wired News: Nokia Edges Toward Phone Blogging
"Lifeblog is part of the growing trend towards making the interface between data devices and data interfaces as seamless as possible.
Where Apple has expanded on the success of the integration of iTunes and iPod by releasing a suite of music, video and photography tools under the iLife banner, Nokia is attempting to bring that same level of integration to the growing mishmash of data captured by the current round of cell phones: sound, text, photography and even video.
After connecting your phone to a Windows-based PC with the Lifeblog software, photos and messages will not only be downloaded and saved to the computer, but they will be organized and available for searching and editing, according to the Nokia website. Users will even be able to mark certain items as 'favorites' to be held in the phone's memory, forming sort of a 'greatest hits' scrapbook, a digital version of a wallet stuffed with beloved photos and important notes, only sleeker.
The greatest potential for Lifeblog, however, is in the promise held by the little 'b' in 'blog.' In spite of the name, the first version of the software does not include a blog interface.
'Maybe log would have made more sense,' said Keith Nowak, spokesman for Nokia. But he does see Lifeblog as a useful tool for bloggers, helping them to organize their words and pictures. 'You can look, day by day, here's what I did, here's what I saw.'"
Soon, when someone sees a Rodney King type incident, they won't have to worry about losing the video. The images can be sent directly to your home computer, and from there...