This is going to be cool.
You're walking down the street and you see something noteworthy, anything from an amusing store front to a natural disaster. You pull out your phone, snap a picture with it, type in a caption on the keypad, and in seconds the moment is uploaded to your personal weblog for the world to see.
That's Nokia's vision for its new Lifeblog software. The first version, to be demonstrated this week at the CeBIT Fair in Hannover, Germany, will be limited to collecting pictures and data in a "multimedia diary" on your home computer, but the plans for the future may be much more elaborate.
I find it interesting that a large company like this is doing something this serious with bloggers in mind. Things are changing faster all the time. Someday we will look back and realize bloggers really did have a significant impact on the world.