Fri, 19 Mar 2004

Nokia Edges Toward Phone Blogging

I probably wouldn't have looked at this product before last week - getting online from the road can sometimes be a royal pain in the ass. None of the hotels I stayed at had Internet access (one didn't even have a dataport on the phone), and, because the blog is set up to be pretty secure, I don't allow editing/posting from any old browser. Something like this might have eased my "lack of blogging jitters" during a very stressful trip.

Nokia unveils Lifeblog, software designed to integrate and organize words, audio, pictures and even video from your mobile phone. Uploading your life to a weblog may be the next step. By Lore Sj÷berg.

(link) [Wired News]

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