Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Joy of txt never dies

The days of deleting romantic/angry txts from your loved ones (past or present) could be in the past with news of a service from Nokia, called Lifeblog, that will archive and organise messages sent to/from your mobile. The messages can even be uploaded to PCs for storage on the web, just to prove that people really will put anything on the web.

Aside from the question of whether the humble txt is worth preserving for eternity, this is part of the growing blogging trend of recording every detail of our short lives using the power of the technology.

No doubt Max Clifford is preparing a Rebecca Loos(e) 'My Becks Txt hell' microsite as I type.

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