Nokia is developing software that will help turn its phones into life loggers.
The Lifeblog software automatically arranges all the messages, images, videos and sound clips people capture with their phones.
The PC software organises information on a timeline and lets people add to the collection with images from other digital still and video cameras.
Eventually the software will let people publish some or all of the information they collect to the web to let them create their own biographical blog.
First cell phones had to be banned from locker rooms due to lack of privacy, now they are using them to log your entire life. Is there any personal privacy left?