I used to have a compact (for its time) Canon S20 digital pocket camera with 3 megapixels. It was ok but gave me very little control over what I did - it was truly a point and click camera. Three years ago I decided to upgrade, but digital SLR-cameras where still expensive so I got myself a Minolta DiMage 7i that looked kind of like an SLR, i.e. bulky. It gave me much greater control over the picture taking process, but I still could not take pictures with a shallow depth-of-field. I wanted something like my old Nikon F90 - but digital.
Mobile blogging couldn't be easier. I just snap a photo with my cellphone, a Nokia 9500 communicator, create an e-mail, attach the photos, write the title and body message and select my blog from the address book - an address to flickr.com trough whitch the image and the text of my e-mail is pushed into my private blog here at Life2go.net. Then I press send and put my phone back into my pocket. Seconds later the blog-entry has appeared. My first entry once having arrived in China was done while I walked with my suitcase from the arrival hall to the buss.