Martin Geddes writes in Skype Journal about Nokia N70 in "Full marks, at least on paper" and about a future desktop clients ideas in
"From little seeds do great ideas grow" and makes a couple of remarks about Lifeblog that correlate with my own thoughts on the subject:
Digital imaging takes away the “click anxiety”, and Lifeblog’s removed the fear of filing.
Having played with Nokia Lifeblog 2.0 for a while, I think this is kind
of a transformative moment for how we interact with the last category.
It’s still at the Mosaic-like stage of development (go read your
browser wars history), but it’s useable. I look forward to the Windows
Explorer paradigm going the way of MS-DOS.
Thank you, Martin!