CHRISTIAN LINDHOLM -- Few people use "life blogging" as seamlessly as Christian Lindholm so when he offers his lessons learned, I take some time to examine what he says. Lindholm has "come a bit on the journey to Vannevar Bush’s Memex vision, but there is plenty of work left to do." His lessons learned:
Lesson 1: We will record more than can fit into a phone or a laptop and these devices are the ones people carry around.
Lesson 2: I have one life, it is seamlessly split between work and leisure. I really want to access it from anywhere. Can this become the norm or will corporate IT and security personel decide, what I store?
Lesson 3: I have one life and hence one asset of memories, it all has to be in sync. What would be a sync solution robust enough to manage 1 million files that can be anywhere and everywhere in numerous "resolutions"?
Lesson 4: Different media has different value to me. How can we make the system forget, but still be able to retrieve if I really "think" hard.
Lesson 5: Having lots of memories in the pocket is fun and useful.
Lesson 6: When I am participating in an "event" I also want to have pictures that I am in. How can I get other people’s memories in which I appear, with ease?
Christian Lindholm -- "Reflections on Life Caching"