Nokia LifeBlog: Blogging by Cellphone Redux (or the learn-as-you-go version)

My home officeUPDATE: As you can see in my prior entry, I gleefully shared my experience of blogging by cellphone, but when I checked the post, not everything turned out as expected. I learned that the note I filled out on the phone creates a caption but doesn’t necessarily place it where I want. And that the url for Nokia LifeBlog didn’t show up as HTML. So here is the corrected entry, fixed on the PC, with strike-throughs for a few cuts and fixes, and new text highlighted. Live and learn.

Having blogged yesterday on how the Nokia 6682 is a great pocket-sized office-on-the-go, I left out one very key feature: Nokia LifeBlog Nokia LifeBlog. With it, I can snap a photo when I’m out and about (or bound to my actual home office, as shown here), add a note the body text (which you are reading), and then post it directly to my blog, directly right from the phone.

This will be very useful when I want to post blog pictures from various videogame and tech tech and videogame press events or shows that I attend, as they are happening. Alternately, you can connect the phone to your desktop PC (Windows only, no Mac support, which sucks) and tidy up your shots and text before posting from the LifeBlog desktop application.

Both applications – the one for your Nokia phone, and the other for your Windows PC – can be downloaded for free at You can also go there to find out which phones besides the 6682 can do the LifeBlog thang.


1 Response to “Nokia LifeBlog: Blogging by Cellphone Redux (or the learn-as-you-go version)”

  1.   1 LS Thomas

    Nokia Lifeblog application for use on Nokia 6682 phone is no longer available for distribution. The only way to get it is if it was already on the MMC card included with your phone.

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