Here's something I wrote for tips in the Lifeblog 1.0 help files.
Five things you can do with Lifeblog that you can't do with any other application:
Save your phone photos, messages, and videos on your PC.
Sure, you could move images and videos manually to your PC and organise them into a multitude of folders. And then you could just transcribe by hand all your text and MMS messages. But why, when you can do it more simply with Lifeblog? Not only will Lifeblog collect the multimedia items for you, but once you transfer it to your PC, Lifeblog will lay it out in an easy to browse and search the Timeline.
Follow a text or multimedia messaging conversation you had.
Sure, you could jump between the phone's Inbox, Sent folder, and any other message folder you may have to view all the messages in a conversation thread. But why, when you could just browse the conversation in Lifeblog on your PC? And plus, you won't have to delete those great messages just because you ran out of space on your phone. Though, you might use Lifeblog so much that your PC hard drive overflows. That's a separate problem!
Watch something change over time.
Sure, you could take pictures, put them in folders, work up some slide show, organise them in time, and then watch something change over time. But why, if you can use Lifeblog? You could take pictures with your phone, naming the image each time. Then when the images are in Lifeblog, you just have to search for the name in all the images to see them all in the Timeline. And, in the Timeline, show the days with no content so that you see the passing of time much better.
Easily present, not just your trip, but your experiences while in another country.
Sure, you could go through all the images and messages and then organise them and so on. But why, when Lifeblog keeps track of the location information for you? Use the search function to find out where the images are that were taken in the other country. Then browse all the images, videos, and messages you created while in that country.
Annotate your experiences.
Sure, you could keep a diary, manually collecting all your experiences and memories, annotating them, organising them, managing them. But why, when Lifeblog lets you use your phone as a Life Recorder. While you go about your life, recording you experiences via images, videos, and messages, Lifeblog collects them automatically and automatically puts them in a nice timeline on the PC. Then you can browse and search, label items, add annotations. Like a team, Lifeblog keeps it all together for you and you add the commentary. Now, that's a nice diary.