"The phone manufacturer Ericsson, for example, has launched its own moblog. Nokia has taken a different approach, offering to archive user's photographs and contact information. Neither company, though, is entirely certain about where this phenomenon is headed...In the end, moblogging seems to be driven by a desire to assign importance to everyday experiences...Moblogs offer a similar prospect, capturing everyday events as a series of instances that encourage us to apply greater scrutiny when examining ourselves [The Yomiuri Shimbun]. Funny enough that in Japan 80 percent or more of all cell phones are digital camera-equipped mobile phones; in the US perhaps about 20 percent.
And this is the acceleration of time. Either he´s mad or it´s art: "DO YOU TAKE A SHOWER? PROVE IT".